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Thanks Ryan for the info! I would like to extend this line of thinking... Let's say we have the following list domains and subdomains:  /Earth/Ground/Tree/Branches/Leaves...  The courses are listed...
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Hey Scott, Thinking about this...  The documentation states:  "All listed enrollments must be in this domain. To search all domains for which the current user has rights"  The second sentence is th...
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I'm attempting to run a simple command to pull back enrollment records for a list of courses: listenrollments&limit=1000&query=/courseid in (<id1>,<id2>,<id3>,<id4>,<id5>)&select=course&domainid=<d...
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Thanks!
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I need some assistance figuring out the format for the start and end dates when calling the "getuseractivity" api.   I've tried the following: getuseractivity&userid=<userid>&startdate='2017-01-01T...
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Quick question around a course's custom variables.  There are times when the values of one or more variables need to dynamically change.  Using the API Console, for testing, I've noticed that if we...
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Hey Scott, In an effort to find another way to collect assessment data, I've noticed that the the following provides a lot of the same information I need: getstudentsubmission&enrollmentid=<id>&ite...
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Ok.. Thanks again for the help Scott.
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It is possible to include the response, minus the version of the question?
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So, it's safe to assume the latest version (in this case:  1.2) is the version we should analyze.  Correct? Actually, after finding an example.  There could be students that have responded to the f...