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Notes crashes when I navigate from standard calendar view to private calendar view

We are using the Notes Resource Reservations database, and I have added some private views. One of those private views is a calendar view that I filter by site. I have found that if I first open the standard calendar view provided with the database and click on the "View by Room or Resource" action to filter the view to a room and then click on my private calendar view, Notes crashes with the follow message in the red box of doom:
Sorry, an uncorrectable error has occured. ASSERT(wIndex < wUsed) failed at line 97 in file g:buildincobjarray.obj Press ENTER to abort the application.
Do you know of any fix for this?
This type of issue should be reported to Lotus (IBM) engineering as a bug, especially if you are able to reproduce the problem (as you have indicated in your question).

Be aware that the issue may arise from a problem with the design element you have created, so I would try and debug the view you have created to ensure that your own code isn't generating the problem.

Try recreating your view (from scratch -- don't just copy it) to see if the issue still occurs. This will rule out a corruption in your view design element.

If the issue is still present, ESRs can be recorded.

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