For all OTA versioned messages, the version of the message is indicated by a decimal value.
May be used to send a concealed credit card number (e.g., xxxxxxxxxxxx9922).
Issuer of the card.
City (e.g., Dublin), town, or postal station (i.e., a postal service territory, often used in a military address).
Indicates the type of magnetic striped card. Refer to OTA Code ListCard Type (CDT).
The code specifying a monetary unit. Use ISO 4217, three alpha code.
Usually a letter right after the street number (A in 66-A, B in 123-B etc).
Defines the type of address (e.g. home, business, other). Refer to OTA Code List Communication Location Type (CLT).
Indicates the number of decimal places for a particular currency. This is equivalent to the ISO 4217 standard "minor unit". Typically used when the amount provided includes the minor unit of currency without a decimal point (e.g., USD 8500 needs DecimalPlaces="2" to represent $85).
Used to override a cancellation rule.
May contain the street number and optionally the street name.
Used to identify the sequence number of the transaction as assigned by the sending system; allows for an application to process messages in a certain order or to request a resynchronization of messages in the event that a system has been off-line and needs to retrieve messages that were missed.
The 2 character code of the credit card issuer.
Identifies the alternate language for a customer or message. The human language is identified by ISO 639 codes.
Indicates the creation date and time of the message in UTC using the following format specified by ISO 8601; YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssZ with time values using the 24 hour clock (e.g. 20 November 2003, 1:59:38 pm UTC becomes 2003-11-20T13:59:38Z).
Verification digits printed on the card following the embossed number. This may also accommodate the customer identification/batch number (CID), card verification value (CVV2 ), card validation code number (CVC2) on credit card.
When true, the credit card company is requested to delay the date on which the amount of this transaction is applied to the customer's account.
value="Inherit" Permission for sharing data for marketing purposes.
Used to request the version of the payload message desired for the response.
A placeholder in the schema to allow for additional elements and attributes to be included if required, per Trading Partner Agreement (TPA).
To specify the type of action requested when more than one function could be handled by the message.
The travel segment type to be cancelled. Refer to OTA Codelist Travel Sector (TVS).
The standard code or abbreviation for the state, province, or region.
Used to indicate whether the request is for the Test or Production system.
Card holder's address.
Code of bank issuing the card.
A unique identifier to relate all messages within a transaction (e.g. this would be sent in all request and response messages that are part of an on-going transaction).
County or Region Name (e.g., Fairfax).
The card to be charged with the cancellation fee.
Defines how the cancellation penalty will be applied.
Provides a reference pointer that links the payment card to the payment card holder.
Country name (e.g., Ireland).
State or Province name (e.g., Texas).
value="Inherit" Permission for sharing data for synchronization of information held by other travel service providers.
Name of the card holder.
A generic message, available as an action on several OTA services which
requests a server to cancel the booking identified by the UniqueID element.
This indicates where this message falls within a sequence of messages.
Credit card number embossed on the card.
A collection of cancellation rule overrides.
A reference for additional message identification, assigned by the requesting host system. When a request message includes an echo token the corresponding response message MUST include an echo token with an identical value.
Post Office Code number.
The date by which a cancellation must be made in order to avoid this cancellation penalty.
Street direction of an address (e.g., N, E, S, NW, SW).
Defines a Post Office Box number.
Identifes the primary language preference for the message. The human language is identified by ISO 639 codes.
Specifies if the associated data is formatted or not. When true, then it is formatted; when false, then not formatted.
When true, indicates the message is being re-sent after a failure. It is recommended that this attribute is used (i.e., set to TRUE) only when a message is retransmitted.
Numerical equivalent of a rural township as defined within a given area (e.g., 12, 99).