Details of request “Documentation of Training Exercises

Event history

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id event_type details created_at described_state calculated_state last_described_at link
12441895  sent    2022-07-18 14:06:53 +0100  waiting_response  waiting_response  2022-07-18 14:06:54 +0100  outgoing  
12681195  overdue    2022-08-17 00:00:00 +0100         
12915546  very_overdue    2022-09-15 00:00:00 +0100         
13198691  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2022-10-19 03:47:19 +0100         
13198692  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2022-10-19 03:47:19 +0100         
13198693  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2022-10-19 03:47:19 +0100         
15658890  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2023-07-19 04:04:28 +0100         
15658891  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2023-07-19 04:04:28 +0100         
15658892  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2023-07-19 04:04:28 +0100         
15658893  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2023-07-19 04:04:28 +0100         
15658894  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2023-07-19 04:04:29 +0100         
15658895  edit metadata  allow_new_responses_from  2023-07-19 04:04:29 +0100         

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