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Method: changeEnrollment 

Permissions to Run the Request

Account Owner, Account Administrators, Department Administrators, Publishersor custom roles

Department Administrators, Publishers, and users with a custom role can edit enrollments assigned to the users from the departments they manage and their sub-departments.

Request Headers




credentials (required)credentialsRead the description of the Credentials object.
enrollmentId (required)string

The ID of the enrollment you want to edit. You can obtain an enrollment ID with the Getting a List of Enrollments method. 

accessDate (required)dateTimeThe date when learners are supposed to start studying the course. If the start date isn't indicated, the current date will be auto-populated.
dueDateType (required)stringThis parameter indicates if the course has a due date or it isn't time-limited. Possible values of the parameter are unlimited, default, due_date, due_period.
dueDate (required)dateThis parameter is required if dueDateType is equal to due_date. 
duePeriod (required)intThis parameter is required if dueDateType is equal to due_period. It is measured in hours.
lockAfterDueDate (required)boolThis parameter is required if dueDateType is equal to due_date/due_period. It indicated if the access to the course will remain open when the due date expires or will be locked.

Return Value

After the request has been successfully processed, the system returns an object with the following properties:

successboolTrue if the enrollment has been successfully edited.

Possible Errors

Unknown EnrollmentThe enrollment wasn't found. 
Permission denied

The user has no permissions to edit enrollments.

Wrong ParametersThe system failed to process the request because it did not contain all necessary parameters.

Sample Request

POST /api/v2/soap/2.0 https/1.1
SOAPAction: "ChangeEnrollment"

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENV=""
        <accessDate>2019-09-24 10:30:00</accessDate>

Sample Response

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENV=""
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