Contains the list of attendees for an event in FQL and can be queried by user or by event.
The ID of the event being queried.
The user ID of the person who invited the user in the uid field.
The type of the object in the inviter field. Allowed values are: 'page' or 'user'
The reply status of the user for the event being queried. There are four possible return values: attending, unsure, declined, and not_replied.
An ISO-8601 string representing the starting date and (optionally) time of the event being queried. This is particularly useful as a WHERE filter to speed up your query when querying for one or more user's events. But it cannot be used when querying for users invited to a particular event. Note - before the 'Events Timezone' migration, this field was a timestamp. See 'Events Timezone Migration Note' above for more information.
The user ID of the user for the event being queried.
To read the
event_member table you need
access_tokenfor public events (those whose privacy is set to OPEN)
user_eventspermission for non-public events or to see all events a user is attending
friends_eventspermission for non-public events of the user's friends or to see all events your app's user's friends are attending