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Isolated projects are not displaying on Team Calendar - error message received



Isolated projects are not showing in the Team calendar - permissions checked - similar projects display without issue.

Error message : 

Unable to load events of M20 SMT Schedule (769f69e9-1268-4ef9-a9b1-b2b6fc9ee4f6): com.atlassian.confluence.extra.calendar3.exception.CalendarException: calendar3.error.jiralink

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Atlassian confirmed this is a new bug - you can track it here:

Thanks for the info - the suggestion listed there by Marius Kymantas - has allowed our business to get back on track by changing the date & time field to a date only field.

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I'm having the same issue,  appeared to happen yesterday.  

The  issue that was created in March is not the same issue.  This issue relates to linking JIRA issue via "JIRA Agile Sprint".  In my case we have linked issues via "JIRA Issue Dates"   

This has a big impact as we are using this feature to show calendar view of all our issues relating to releases.  

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I spoke to Atlassian support and this appears to be an issue dating back to March. However, it looks like our instance and yours both started experiencing this today. 

Here is the original bug they mentioned. Be sure to vote for it either way. 

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We are having the same issues this morning.

New projects created today are visible - however moving issues to the new project results in the error message.

Support Case raised :  JST-605855

Attempted a few work-a-rounds today :-

  1. .Move issues to new project - no success
  2. Cloned issues & moved to new project - no success
  3. Created New Filter- added event as a filter - no success
  4. Generated new issues in new project - worked on 3 issues ( all shown in calendar)  once the 4th was created - error message appeared - no success.


Has anyone got any other ideas?

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