Encompass SDK – New Lock request

The following code creates a new Lock Request on an existing loan.

using System;
using System.IO;
using EllieMae.Encompass.Client;
using EllieMae.Encompass.BusinessEnums;
using EllieMae.Encompass.BusinessObjects;
using EllieMae.Encompass.BusinessObjects.Loans;
using EllieMae.Encompass.BusinessObjects.Loans.Logging;

class LoanReader
public static void Main(string[] args)
// Open the session to the remote server
Session session = new Session();
session.Start(“myserver”, “mary”, “maryspwd”);

// Open and lock the loan
Loan loan = session.Loans.Open(args[0]);

// Populate the lock request data in the loan. For many of these fields, we can simply
// copy the data from the basic loan information since we want to use that same information
// for the lock request. However, it’s possible to pass information to the lock request
// which differs from the actual values in the loan.
loan.Fields[“2951”].Value = loan.Fields[“19”].Value;
loan.Fields[“2952”].Value = loan.Fields[“1172”].Value;
loan.Fields[“2953”].Value = loan.Fields[“608”].Value;
loan.Fields[“2958”].Value = loan.Fields[“420”].Value;

// Populate the requested lock date and lock period
loan.Fields[“2089”].Value = DateTime.Today;
loan.Fields[“2090”].Value = 30;

// Now create the new LockRequest. This is equivalent to pressing the Request Lock button
// on the Lock Request Form.
LockRequest request = loan.Log.LockRequests.Add();

// Save and close the loan file

// End the session to gracefully disconnect from the server

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