ReplaceStrings for D2L From Dave Baker

Here’s what @DaveBakerD2L sent me today:

We are adding more as we go but here is a fairly comprehensive list:

Org Info:
————
OrgID: {OrgID}
OrgName: {OrgName}

Course Info:
—————
OrgUnitID: {OrgUnitID}
OrgUnitName: {OrgUnitName}
OrgUnitCode: {OrgUnitCode}
OrgUnitPath: {OrgUnitPath}

User Info:
————-
UserId: {UserId}
OrgDefinedId: {OrgDefinedId}
UserName: {UserName}
FirstName: {FirstName}
LastName: {LastName}
InternalEmail: {InternalEmail}
ExternalEmail: {ExternalEmail}
RoleId: {RoleId}
RoleCode: {RoleCode}

For the Current OrgUnit:
{OrgUnitId}
{OrgUnitName}
{OrgUnitCode}
{OrgUnitPath}

For the Organization:
{OrgId}
{OrgName}

For the current user:
{UserId}
{UserName}
{OrgDefinedId}
{FirstName}
{LastName}
{ExternalEmail}
{InternalEmail}

The user’s role in the current orgunit:
{RoleId}
{RoleCode}

Intelligent Agents:

What replace strings can I use in the subject and message?

The following are replace strings you can use in the subject line and the message (email body).

{OrgName} – The name of the organization.
{OrgUnitCode} – The code for the org unit.
{OrgUnitName} – The name of the org unit.
{OrgUnitStartDate} – The start date specified for the org unit.
{OrgUnitEndDate} – The end date specified for the org unit.
{InitiatingUserFirstName} – The first name of the initiating user.
{InitiatingUserLastName} – The last name of the initiating user.
{InitiatingUserUserName} – The username of the initiating user.
{InitiatingUserOrgDefinedId} – The Org Defined ID of the initiating user.
{LoginPath} – The address of the login path for the site.

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