Term Definition

The following terms are used along the document to describe how the operations and API calls work:

  • Service: A Service is essentially an activity. It can be an excursion or a ticket. A service can be available. If available it will be returned on the response of the APITUDE call “Search” and will be bookable. A service has different modalities (options of the product, for example, with lunch or without lunch), languages (in the event of an excursion, which are the languages available to choose from), time (the time that can be done, for example, at 10, 11), rates (the rate that applies, which could be standard, deluxe, etc) and pax type (being Adult, Senior, etc.)
  • Activity: An activity is a synonym of a Service. Please see Service
  • Modality: A service can have one or more modalities. A modality is the option or alternative bring to a service meaning that the client can get more out of it and usually have a different price. For example, in an excursion, on modality or option could be with lunch, and another without lunch. These two modalities combined represent the options of a Service.
  • Rate: A rate is a price variation for a given modality and service. Examples for rates could be: “Senior”, “Student”, “General”
  • Rate Key: A unique identifier of a product available for a given rate and a set of dates that enables a client to confirm a booking by providing some additional information.
  • Language (link to the APITUDE CALL): Language in a request or response: It specifies in which language the texts and descriptions contained in a response are being returned. The list of valid languages can be obtained wither with the offline contents or by calling to the “languages” operation in the API.
  • Language (link to the Service): Language in which a service is offered: It specifies the language in which a final customer will be attended in the activity. Prices can vary depending on the language that is chosen.
  • Session or Schedule: Different times in the day when the activity can be consumed in 24h format. Examples are: “10:00”, “15:30” or “21:10”. The service price can change for a given session.
  • Voucher: A voucher is a valid proof of sale for a particular activity that can be for one or more people and that will grant the access to an activity or service booked. It can be physical (paper) or electronic (the customer can show the voucher in a cellphone). A voucher is not always required. Sometimes it is unnecessary and the customer is allowed to enjoy the activity by showing a valid identification.
  • DTCN: The DTCN is the Disney Ticket Confirmation number required to access to the Disney Orlando parks. This DTCN can be obtained in www.yourparkcode.com. Once obtained it is not important to print it out but just remember that you have to give it at the counter to obtain or entrance ticket or for setting you up in MyMagicPlus before stating your trip.
  • Segmentation: Set of attributes that classify the services in one or more categories. Examples: “Museums”, “For families” or “City Sightseeing”. It can help you to generate microsites or structure the product accordingly into different sections in a website.
  • Contents Facsheet: The set of data composing all the contents (texts, descriptions, pictures, videos, etc…) for a given service.

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