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10/17/2013 3:29 PM
 

I have a weird issue with my calendar... the list view of the calendar I am using on the homepage is displaying an event that is no longer in the calendar. 

Check it out here: http://www.summerdalealabama.com/

The event for Dec 5th is not supposed to be there. I have looked in the database int he dbo.Events table, and I can't see it in there either.

If you go to the main calendar it is not there. 

Any idea what might be going on? Could it be some sort of caching?

 
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10/17/2013 4:34 PM
 
To me this looks like you have caching switched on the module instance. Feel free to mail me at webmaster @ the domain in my profile if you want to talk in detail.

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