Hi, I spent a lot of time browsing and experimenting with various examples posted on the docs and forums, but I am not able to think of a way to achieve what I want. When a recurring event is created on the scheduler, it is usually stored as one single record in the DB, with recurrenceRule string as a column. The problem with this approach is that, there is no way to uniquely identify one single occurrence in a series and add attributes specific to that occurrence. For e.g. what if I want to have "classroom" as location, for all occurrences of a series, EXCEPT the last one, which has "playground" as the location? (I am referring to the location (second column) of the event editor window)
I also looked at recurrence exception, but that only contains excluded dates from a series, but doesn't store what information really differed from the series and the individual occurrence. For the above example, how can I represent the fact that, only the last occurence in the series has a different location?
I observed that every occurrence on the scheduler has GUID, which is unique. Is there a way I can use this GUID to track individual occurences
in a series, to identify them uniquely? For instance, after I create a series of 10 occurrences, all having the location initially,
but I then edit location of the last occurrence? In this case, can I store this change in the DB, by using the last occurence's GUID
along with the changed location? Also, keep in mind I use REST APIs to interact with my backend; I am using promises to interact with backend
A code sample will be helpful.