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Post by dwilliams »

Hello,

Even in your own demo site, the monthly recurring doesn't work currently. We have numerous customers complaining about the monthly recurring appointments not working correctly.

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I created a monthly recurring event every month on the second Wednesday and it shows up in the next month on a Tuesday.

Is there a plan of solving these? They causing quite an issue.

Regards,

Susan, Dan


Post by mats »

Reproduced, ticket: https://github.com/bryntum/support/issues/3413

We'll try to fix it quickly!

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Post by dwilliams »

Ok great!, ty


Post by dwilliams »

Hello,

In version 4.3.0 this is still a problem. The monthly recurring appointment displays an appointment every week when it should be once a month.

Here is a video showing the problem: https://www.loom.com/share/336a4b716be54e3190e159136d64e060


Post by Maxim Gorkovsky »

Hello.
Reproduced, ticket opened here: https://github.com/bryntum/support/issues/3574 Thank you for report, we will look into it soon.


Post by dongryphon »

Greetings,

Thanks for reporting this issue. I've posted details on the ticket (https://github.com/bryntum/support/issues/3574) but wanted to summarize here.

The original bug (https://github.com/bryntum/support/issues/3413) was an incorrect rendering of monthly recurring events. The calendar would incorrectly render recurrences as the recurrence crossed DST boundaries.

This bug was in the recurrence editor dialog: it incorrectly mapped the value selected for "On the ..." field as it was saved to the event record (The "first" became 0 and was ignored, "second" became "first" etc.).

I've pushed a fix and test case for review.


Post by dwilliams »

Hey Don,

I'm not sure if you watched the video, but it's incorrectly rendering monthly recurring appointments.

Once a month on the first month renders every week, which is incorrect. It's shown in the video.

Regards,

Dan


Post by dongryphon »

Hi Dan,

Indeed the video was very helpful in tracking down the bug - much thanks for providing it!

Here's a gif of the test case running before the fix:

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And with the fix applied:

demo-fix.gif
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Best,
Don


Post by dwilliams »

Ok, awesome. Do you know which release the fix will go out with?

dan


Post by mats »

It will be part of 4.3.1 (due tomorrow)

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