The course has been suspended. You cannot modify the SUSPENDED course, and only the user identified by the ownerId can view the course. A course may be placed in this state if it potentially violates the Terms of Service.
enum( courseStates Restricts returned courses to those in one of the specified states The default value is ACTIVE, ARCHIVED, PROVISIONED, DECLINED.
courseStates enum( Restricts returned courses to those in one of the specified states
* FAILED_PRECONDITION if the alias requested does not make sense for the requesting user or course (for example, if a user not in a domain attempts to access a domain-scoped alias).
* FAILED_PRECONDITION if the alias requested does not make sense for the requesting user or course (for example, if a user not in a domain attempts to delete a domain-scoped alias).
are specified elsewhere. An API may choose to allow leap seconds. Related types
are specified elsewhere. An API may chose to allow leap seconds. Related types
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