Our users manage regularly to create an event with empty start or end date. This results in an invalid entry in the DB.
- an event with an empty start date is corrupting the scheduler completely. After a reload in the browser the whole calender is empty.
- an event with an empty end date is NOT corrupting the scheduler. But an event is generated in the DB, but not displayed in the scheduler.
In both cases the input should be catched in daypilot-all.min.js an no event should be stored in the DB.