No details available in calendar preview

When previewing other’s calendar which is delegated to you, you experience this “No details available”, what  should you do? First thing is try to close your calendar and open it again.

If the error is still there what you need to do is to rebuild busytime.nsf or clubusy.nsf.

How to rebuild busytime.nsf or clubusy.nsf (for cluster environment)?

Note: The Free Time database (Busytime.nsf) does not need to be rebuilt on a regular basis. If the Free Time database is corrupt, the Schedule Manager will abort and log a failure, and free time lookups will return no data or inaccurate data.

If the Free Time database needs to be re-created, follow these steps:
1. If possible, map a drive or FTP to the Domino Server’s \Data directory.
2. From the Domino Administrator open the live console.
3. Issue the following commands:

Note: These commands are not case sensitive.
tell sched q
tell CalConn q
tell RnRMgr q <—- Note: This command is for the Domino 7.x server only
dbcache flush

Note: Several “dbcache flush” commands may be required, depending on the OS and the server’s load.

4. On the Domino Server’s \Data directory locate Busytime.nsf and rename it to something else, such as Busytime.old. Then move Busytime.old out of the \Data directory and from any references to a database or directory link. Or you can open the file and delete all documents inside

Note: DO NOT leave the renamed copy in the Domino server’s \Data directory hierarchy or you may encounter unexpected results.

5. Issue the following commands:

Note: These commands are not case sensitive.
load sched
load CalConn
load RnRMgr <—- Note: This command is for the Domino 7.x server only

Note: Re-creation of the Free Time database should be conducted during off hours.

Don’t forget to close your calendar tab and reopen again.

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