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Here's how to reproduce the problem

  1. Setup a recurring meeting (e.g. daily for 5 days), and check the box to create a meeting workspace

  2. Edit one of the instances of the meeting and reschedule it to a different day.

  3. Click on the rescheduled instance in the default Calendar view, and you will see the meeting workspace link.

  4. Switch to the All Events view.

  5. Click on the recheduled instance. The meeting workspace link will be missing. Click "Edit Item." The meeting workspace link will appear.

  6. For more fun, edit the Calendar view and change anything. Now, clicking on rescheduled items will be missing, except in edit view.

I tested and it appears that the default Calendar view creates hyperlinks to meeting instances like this (see the ID): http://mysite.com/personal/na_bob/Lists/Calendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=6.1.5

But the All Events view, or a modified Calendar view create links like this: http://mysite.com/personal/na_bob/Lists/Calendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=6

For some reason, only the uncustomized Calendar view is creating hyperlinks that show the full detail of the rescheduled instance of a recurring meeting. Has anybody seen this before? Is there a way to fix this?

We are using MOSS 2007 with SP2. I have reproduced this problem using the My Site site definition and the Team Site site definition.

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closed as too localized by Anders Rask Jun 1 '11 at 17:44

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@jimmarq: Interesting and thanks for your question! Have you tried a completely separate installation with all of the cumulative updates installed? You might like to edit your question with more info if you can try that? –  Alex Angas Feb 28 '10 at 11:10

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