So this morning, we got to work trying to reproduce what he is seeing. We were able to. So rather then try and rewrite what I put in the PMR, I'm just going to copy what I wrote to IBM.
Important to note, we see this behavior with Lotus Notes Traveler 220.127.116.11 Build 201202250956 and Lotus Notes Traveler 18.104.22.168 Upgrade Pack 1 Build 201209141855. Weird, ain't it? (For the record, Lotus Notes Traveler 22.214.171.124 Upgrade Pack 1 Build 201209141855 *IS* IF1 for Traveler UP1. The "Tell Traveler Version" command doesn't include the IF1 in the results.)
From this site http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Lotus_Notes_Traveler_APAR_listing#853UP1IF1
UPDATE 09/24/12- Video speaks louder then words ;-)
Lotus Traveler and iOS6 calendar entries
Currently running Lotus Notes Traveler 126.96.36.199 Upgrade Pack 1 Build
When a user creates a meeting invitation on an iOS6 device and invites
someone to the meeting, the meeting is created in the iOS Calendar and
first appears as the default calendar color, then quickly changes to
grey with the dashed line around it as if it's an invite they received
awaiting a response. The invited person then accepts the meeting
invite on either their Notes client or iPhone, but, the created meeting
still stays grey with the dashed lines. We tested this functionality
on iOS5 and the behavior was as expected. The meeting was created and
the color of the item in the calendar was the default color for Lotus
Traveler in the calendar. We also tested the same functionality using
a Gmail account configured on the same iOS6 device, and that functioned
correctly, (not staying grey). This is only occurring with users who
have updated to iOS6. iOS5 users are still working properly.
Tested creating a calendar entry on the iOS 6 device and that worked
correctly. After the new event was created, I opened the event, added
and invite, closed it out, and the color on the calendar item
remained. It did not turn grey.
So, if anyone has any ideas they want to throw in on this, please share!!!
UPDATE - 09/24/2012 17:50 Checked the status of my open PMR with IBM and an APAR was created from the ticket. Here'e the APAR information:
IBM Update 9/24/12 3:54 PM
APAR LO71763 created iOS6 calendar is sensitive to MeetingType field value while prior levels where not. Fixing MeetingType field value.
For the latest on the issue, check out the new post here