Unique ID of the event object.
Alias for "event_id".
Title of the event
Start date and time for the event.
End date and time for the event.
Date from when event is available for sign on for normal users. If Null, event is not published. Note that super users are able to override this, and can always sign persons on to events, regardless of publish date, sign on deadline, etc.
Name of the location where the event is held.
Cost/price for course
Whether or not this event is available for sign on for the logged in user.
Short description of the event.
Full description of the event.
The deadline date for signing up for the event.
The deadline date for signing off for the event.
Flag indicating whether this event has children modules.
Array with children Event objects.
List of Organisation objects this event is restricted to.
Minimum age required for participant.
Maximum age required for participants.
Maximum number of participants allowed for this event.
Number of participants currently signed on to event.
Number of available places for event.
Array of CompetenceAttribute registered for the event.
Array of Persons registered as instructors for the event.
Title of the host organisation object.
Simple representation of Organisation object set as host for the event.
Is sign on through API allowed or not.
Is payment (online or invoice) set up for this event.
Which payment types are allowed. Array of strings.
Array of Duration objects.
Relative URL to get certificates for participants. Note that only participants who have passed the event will be included, and that only finished events are eligible for certificates.
- If logged in user is superuser, admin or instructor for the course, ALL passed participants will be included.
- If logged in user is manager/employeemanager, all participants belonging to user's organisations (recursively) will be included.
- If GET parameter "pids" is added to URL (multiple allowed: pids=11&pids=12&...), only participants with these person IDs will be included (given that user is allowed to).
- If GET parameter "oid" is added to URL (only one: oid=10), it overrides "pids", and includes all participants from that organisation (recursively).
- If user is trying to do something he is not allowed to, the resource will respond with an "Unauthorized" response code (and a login form).