zope.conf was set to none so I set it to the system locale en_US.UTF-8 and 
restarted with no problem.  Although this did not solve my calendar problem.  
Also, there is only one machine, the server, all clients are receiving 
rendered html.  I haven't noticed this problem with any of the calendars 
since we started using it sometime back in 2005.  Where are you seeing the 
dateformat msimatch.

Just now after pausing in writing this email I have my new calendars working, 
at least the room 114 calendar.  Before November 1 I have had to compare the 
current date to my event date+1 day for the events to display on the correct 
day in the calendar.  Now, removing the +1 day the calendar is displaying as 
it should.  I will have to look at Corporate Calendar product to make sure I 
didn't at some point edit it for the same reason.  The only edit I have done 
in Corporate Calendar is change the sort field to time and in ascending 
order.

Thomas




On Thursday 01 November 2007 16:43, Jaroslav Lukesh wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Thomas Bennett" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>
> > fine.  Today, November 1, on both calendars not all events are appearing
> > in
> > the calendar from the default view.  If you click back to October and
> > then back to November all of the events appear, this also sets the
> > date-calendar
> > parameter in the URL to November 9.  I have found that if the
> > date-calendar
> > parameter is 1,2,3, or 4 not all the events will display in the Corporate
> > Calendar or the calendar I wrote so I suspect the Calendar Product
> > itself.
>
> It looks like locales dateformat mismatch DDMMYYYY with MMDDYYYY
>
> Take look at your system locales settings, Zope locales setting. Do you
> have at all machines the same gcc, zope and python version? etc...etc...
>
> Regards, JL.

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