Must always be present and set to
A unique URI-based identifier for the record.
@id properties are used as identifiers for compatibility with JSON-LD. The value of such a property must always be an absolute URI that provides a stable globally unique identifier for the resource, as described in RFC3986.
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).
Address of the Seller, used on tax receipts.
A plain text description of the Organization, which must not include HTML or other markup.
"description": "The national governing body of cycling"
General enquiries e-mail address for the organization.
Reference to the CustomerAccount associated with this Customer, for use within the Open Booking API flow.
A local non-URI identifier for the resource
Indicates whether the Seller allows open booking or not
The official name of the organization, e.g. the registered company name.
"legalName": "Central Speedball Ltd"
A logo for the Organization.
The terms of service of the Seller.
The Value-added Tax ID of the of the Seller.