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I've got a hosted SP2007 environment. I don't know much about this site but I was asked to delete a duplication in the workspace. I'm not sure how. This is what I'm looking at. There are two dates with 10/25/2013, I need to remove one of those, not sure how.

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Actual solution: this list is a hidden list within the workspace that has permissions locked down hard. Crashed my SPD multiple times and corrupted my test meeting workspace as I tried to mess with it. Here is one solution through Visual Studio.

You might have an easier time adding JQuery and some JavaScript to your page and just hiding the problematic meeting instance.

Original, incorrect text: You need to go into the Calendar, see if there are two meetings on the 15th, and delete one of them. If that's a recurring meeting, then you likely only have 1 workspace for the set. If that's the case, don't delete the workspace, only the calendar item! Verify by going to All Site Content and looking at what workspaces are listed.

  • When I go into the calendar. There are 4 events on that date. # of them are reoccurring and assigned a workspace. There are no duplicates however. – Batman Oct 15 '13 at 17:48
  • In All Site Content, do you see duplicate workspaces? Perhaps the calendar events are covering each other up; when you switch to "All Events" view, are there still only 4 events on the 15th? – Aron Foster Oct 15 '13 at 18:13
  • This is what I see : imgur.com/a/Z7PT7 all the events on that day are assigned to a different work group. – Batman Oct 15 '13 at 18:58
  • Thanks for the excellent screenshots. I've done some experimenting and have an actual solution. I'm updating my above post. – Aron Foster Oct 15 '13 at 19:16
  • I can easily hide it using JQuery. Might be what I end up doing since I dont like doing Visual studio – Batman Oct 15 '13 at 19:47

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