Details of request “Consolidated Account Procedure

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
3048862  sent  2018-05-13 22:38:43 +0100  waiting_response  2018-05-13 22:38:43 +0100  waiting_response  outgoing  
3048863  response  2018-05-13 22:38:56 +0100        incoming  
3052899  response  2018-05-14 08:33:00 +0100        incoming  
3172083  response  2018-06-11 22:05:58 +0100        incoming  
3511409  edit  2018-09-12 03:45:44 +0100         
3511410  edit  2018-09-12 03:45:44 +0100         
3511411  edit  2018-09-12 03:45:44 +0100         
3511412  edit  2018-09-12 03:45:44 +0100         
4708654  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         
4708655  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         
4708656  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         
4708657  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         
4708658  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         
4708659  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         
4708660  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         
4708661  edit  2019-06-12 03:48:09 +0100         

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