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SQL error for Team Calendar

I am getting a SQL error on my Team Calendar page (under User Name -> Calendar).

This error happens both when I try to add a new calendar (error 1) and when I try to add an event (error 2):

SQL insert, update or delete failed (row not found); nested exception is net.sf.hibernate.HibernateException: SQL insert, update or delete failed (row not found)

AND

More than one row with the given identifier was found: bucket.user.propertyset.BucketPropertySetItem@ce6fca21, for class: bucket.user.propertyset.BucketPropertySetItem; nested exception is net.sf.hibernate.HibernateException: More than one row with the given identifier was found: bucket.user.propertyset.BucketPropertySetItem@ce6fca21, for class: bucket.user.propertyset.BucketPropertySetItem

I found some notes on Atlassian Forums that this error could be caused by the user being logged into Confluence in two or more places. I have logged out everywhere, closed out all browsers, etc. This doesn't seem to solve the problem.

Any ideas? This seems to be affecting only some users.

Using Confluence 3.5.13 with RefinedWiki theme

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The error was ultimately escalated to Atlassian and they provided a patch to fix the issue.

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