This type is derived from https://schema.org/Order, which means that any of this type's properties within schema.org may also be used. Note however the properties on this page must be used in preference if a relevant property is available.
Must always be present and set to
A unique URI-based identifier for the record.
The primary purpose of the URI format in this context is to provide natural namespacing for the identifier. Hence, the URI itself may not resolve to a valid endpoint, but must use a domain name controlled by the resource owner (the organisation responsible for the OpenActive open data feed).
Details about the Booking System
The organisation or developer providing an application that allows Customers to make bookings. Those applications will be clients of the API defined in this specification. If brokerRole is set to https://openactive.io/NoBroker this is not required.
The person or organization purchasing the Order.
The Order UUID of the Order, OrderQuote or OrderProposal, which is required within the Orders feed.
The Lease on the OrderItems which lasts for the duration specified by the Booking System.
This property is internal to the Broker in this version of the specification.
The Customer-facing identifier of the Order.
The unique URL representing this version of the OrderProposal, or the version of the OrderProposal to which this Order is related.
The items that constitute the Order.
The payment associated with the Order by the Broker. It is required for cases where a payment has been taken.
The organisation (schema:Organization) or person (schema:Person) providing access to events or facilities via a Booking System. e.g. a leisure provider or independent instructor running a yoga classes.
Set to true when business-to-business tax calculation is required by the seller or brokerRole settings, but not supported by the Broker.
Breakdown of tax payable for the Order.
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