From a ticketing perspective, any ticket that is not directly associated with an event is a subscription. Thus, for example,accreditations, good gift, cards 5 entries, membership cards are all considered here assubscription. The subscriptions and their properties are described in detail in the document Pricing grids, subscriptions and contingents.
The “book-on-check” feature allows, as much as the bucket book-on-check (or any other contingent accessible by the roleentry-check) has been defined as such – which is its default function – to people who have a subscription eligible for anevent but who have not made a prior reservation, to enter the room. In doing so, the system creates a reservation at the time of entry control for the event in a way transparent way for the input controller and the client and thi, for all that long as there are still places available accessibles in the contingents since which the bucket book-on-check can take places.
For more information on the application dedicated to entry control, please refer to the document Input control.
The bucket are powerful mechanism to define which types of tickets (subscriptions, one-way tickets) can get a seat for an event based on different cumulative criteria. The bucket are described in detail in the document Pricing grids, subscriptions and contingents.
A event is defined by its date, title and other meta-data depending on the type of event. It can be a session, a concert, a conference, etc.
The tariff grids allow the grouping of different price and from apply them to a set of events.
The “no-show” feature allows room managers to free up reserved to help of events of people who did not present themselves at the entry control at a given time. Additional places are thus made available in the contingent no-show for of other clients who are on place (depending on the rules linked to this bucket). Note : Place taken with a ticket for a single session and seats reserved less than 15 minutes ago are not released when this function is activated from the room management application.
The functionalityoverbooking Allows users with the role overbooking (c.f. user management described in the document Administration, user management and statistics ) to sell or make reservations beyond the capacity of the room. In doing so the bucket overbooking is increased by the chosen number of places, thus increasing the capacity of the room in the system.
The price is associated with a price list or a ticket type. Each tariff has many properties which are detailed later in this document.
From a ticketing perspective, any ticket that is not directly associated with a session is a type ticket or subscription. Thus, accreditations, gift , 5-entry cards, membership cards are all considered ofsubscription. Each type of ticket has properties and rules that are detailed later in this document.