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UUID only populating in one calendar table since upgrade to FMS13

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Before upgrading to FMS 13 (Mac) I had 3 calendars published from 2 tables.

Since upgrading and uninstalling zulu and re-installing with the new beta installer only the calendar that is linked to one table is working. The other 2 calendars which come from a separate table in the same file are not working and the UUID field is not being populated in that table by the plugin.


All 3 calendars still publish and show up in Calendar.


Anyone else using more than 1 table that has it working?

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