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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open Calendars iOS sample in VS
2. Debug OR Release the application
3. Observe that application launches successfully on server machine
4. Click on 'Get Event via Query' option under Events section.
On clicking 'Get Event via Query' option under Events section, it throws Exception.
On clicking 'Get Event via Query' option under Events section, it should not throw any Exception.
VS Output: https://gist.github.com/atin360/bc9a261edc6cd0e880d0
Mac Server log: https://gist.github.com/atin360/ab773c2406b0f885569f
iPhone 4 iOS 6.0.1
This was a bug in the sample, because the simulator has no events.
Fixed the sample, please reopen if this happen on a device with actual events.
Today we have checked this issue with following builds:
Now after clicking on 'Get Event via Query' option under Events section, it does not crash. and display No calendar event.
Changing the status to Verified.