Unable to Delete Calendar

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jerrymatson
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Unable to Delete Calendar

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Post by jerrymatson »

I click on the red "X" to delete a calendar, after which, I am presented with a spinning animation. The spining animation keeps going and the calendar never goes away. After reloading, relogging in, refreshing, and other attempts, the calendar is still there.

Anyone else seeing these kinds of things?

-- Jerry Matson
Washington 8th Ward/Washington Utah Stake
mdl418
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Post by mdl418 »

I am experienceing the same problem. My case is when deleting an old request for a new calendar. I tried to deny it the request and got the spinning animation as you did. I then tried to delete the calendar request by clicking on the X as you did with the same results.
rhephner
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Post by rhephner »

Yep. Same problem for me. Must be a recent bug.
jeffsnoy
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I am having the same problem trying to delete a stake calendar.
dshep2020
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Post by dshep2020 »

I have the same issue. Cannot delete a new calendar request or delete an previously approved calendar.
Lesliejarvis
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Post by Lesliejarvis »

I too am unable to delete or accept a calendar.
jerrymatson
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#7

Post by jerrymatson »

Well, it's good I am not alone ;)
jordanchristensen
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Post by jordanchristensen »

Same problem here...
kyleq
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#9

Post by kyleq »

This issue may be related to a similar problem we are having with the deletion of events. We have seen some database issues that may or may not be related that we are digging into. We will update this thread when we learn more information.
jdcr256
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Post by jdcr256 »

The root cause here is the same as other threads on this forum. See this post in the other thread:

https://tech.lds.org/forum/showthread.p ... #post80848

Follow that thread for updates.
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