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    Default How do we distinguish each one of series appointments?

    I want to learn the identification method of series appointments by unique ID.

    I get appointment list by using getApptSummaries.
    They have _uniqId, id, invId.
    If they are created by repeat, they have _seriesInvId too.

    I don't know their meaning.

    How do we distinguish each one of series appointments?

    Thanks your sincerity

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    What are you trying to do? The various id's manage the relation of the appointment/event and the invitation and in the case of series there is an additional bit of data. For the web client we usually have the server expand them so the client doesn't have too.
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