Details of request “Admission Statistics 2016-2020 (Postgraduate taught)

Event history

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id event_type details created_at described_state calculated_state last_described_at link
6430111  sent    2020-03-07 13:23:45 +0000  waiting_response  waiting_response  2020-03-07 13:23:45 +0000  outgoing  
6439506  response    2020-03-09 09:55:43 +0000    waiting_response  2020-03-10 04:56:34 +0000  incoming  
6446174  status_update    2020-03-10 04:56:34 +0000  waiting_response  waiting_response  2020-03-10 04:56:34 +0000   
6617086  status_update  described_state  2020-04-05 09:48:54 +0100  successful  successful  2020-04-05 09:48:55 +0100   
6617088  followup_sent    2020-04-05 09:50:33 +0100        outgoing  
6617089  response    2020-04-05 09:50:50 +0100    successful  2020-04-05 10:28:01 +0100  incoming  
6617098  status_update    2020-04-05 10:28:00 +0100  successful  successful  2020-04-05 10:28:01 +0100   
7212870  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:30 +0100         
7212871  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:30 +0100         
7212872  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:30 +0100         
7212873  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:31 +0100         
7212874  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:31 +0100         
7212875  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:31 +0100         
7212876  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:31 +0100         
7212877  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2020-07-06 03:45:31 +0100         
9010583  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:32 +0100         
9010584  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:32 +0100         
9010585  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:32 +0100         
9010586  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010587  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010588  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010589  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010590  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010591  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010592  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010593  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010594  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010595  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010596  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010597  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
9010598  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2021-04-06 03:48:33 +0100         
16494607  edit_attachment  prominence  2023-12-15 15:49:57 +0000         
17099319  manual    2024-05-20 17:10:58 +0100         
17100330  destroy_incoming    2024-05-20 17:34:31 +0100         
17104162  edit metadata  prominence_reason, allow_new_responses_from  2024-05-21 13:29:55 +0100         

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