An Evvnt calendar could be removed from a website, but a submission link is still available via a direct link or a content widget that is still present.
In this case, users can still find the entry point to submit events via a "Create Event" option, even when the calendar is not present on the site. The solution here is to remove the remaining links or widgets.
An Evvnt calendar can be removed from the website, but still be active in our network.
If this is the case, then events can arrive at the calendar from other calendars when those events are syndicated through our network. The solution in this case is to deactivate the calendar. However, this can still make it possible for a calendar to receive new events or sales.
A Evvnt calendar can be removed from the website and deactivated, but still allow customers to process sales attributed to the calendar.
This happens because users in our system are assigned a publication when they first submit an event. If this user returns to our software, after that original calendar is removed and deactivated, that user is still able to post events and purchase promotions. These promotions will not be featured on the publication that may be expected to feature that event because that site was deactivated. However, the admins of that deactivated site may receive sales alerts in these cases. The solution in this case is to migrate all users in our system away from that deactivated site.