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recurrence: ignore 'published' when housekeeping #626

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Hoffi1 opened this Issue Mar 3, 2014 · 0 comments

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Hoffi1 commented Mar 3, 2014

On (e.g.) Housekeeping - Archive the JemHelper::cleanup() function looks if some events should be created as part of recurrence set.
It searches for the last published event of each recurrence set and creates events next to that. So if one has unpublished or trashed last event(s) new events are created on same date/time.

Solution: Where clause checking 'published' must be removed.

Note: Deleting last events (move to trash and then remove from trash so it is completely removed from db table) always causes recreation of that events. Only deletion of first event of a series will stop automatic creation of events of that series.

@Hoffi1 Hoffi1 added this to the JEM 1.9.6 beta milestone Mar 3, 2014

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