Specifies if the associated data is formatted or not. When true, then it is formatted; when false, then not formatted.
Defines the type of address (e.g. home, business, other). Refer to OTA Code List Communication Location Type (CLT).
The department name or ID with which the contact is associated.
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).
Class of vehicle, for example, intermediate, compact
County or Region Name (e.g., Fairfax).
Number of passengers that can be accommodated by this vehicle. This may be an exact number or may be a range, i.e., 4-5, 5-6.
Street direction of an address (e.g., N, E, S, NW, SW).
Any code used to specify an item, for example, type of traveler, service code, room amenity, etc.
Used to identify the source of the identifier (e.g., IATA, ABTA).
This is to provide information about the rental vehicle upon return (e.g., the mileage at the time of check-in).
City (e.g., Dublin), town, or postal station (i.e., a postal service territory, often used in a military address).
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.
Identifies the context of the identifying code, such as DUNS, IATA or internal code, etc.
This is the rental customer's information and typically is not needed to be passed in this message.
This is the standard unit of measure name (e.g., it could be generic such as metric or imperial or specific such as inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers- according to usage).
Indicates the total number of rental days on all islands (e.g., if traveling for 7 days, but using a vehicle on one island for 3 days and on another for 2 days, the multi island rental days is 5).
Usually a letter right after the street number (A in 66-A, B in 123-B etc).
Numerical equivalent of a rural township as defined within a given area (e.g., 12, 99).
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).
Identifies the company that is associated with the UniqueID.
Number of bags/suitcases that can be accommodated by this vehicle.
Defines a Post Office Box number.
Provides the distance between the pick up and return locations.
The make and model of the vehicle (e.g., Ford Focus). The Code attribute may be used for the SIPP code.
This is the numeric value associated with the measurement.
The identification of the customer for whom a booking is being requested. This is different from the customer's loyalty number.
Specifies the unique location code (e.g. ATL10).
A placeholder in the schema to allow for additional elements and attributes to be included if required, per Trading Partner Agreement (TPA).
Used to provide the company common name.
This identifies the physical location of the vehicle being rented (e.g., the parking space or stall number).
The OffLocationServiceType simple type defines a set of valid values for the services that do not occur at the rental facility.
Post Office Code number.
This is a code that represents the status of the rental agreement. Refer to the enumerated list and annotations for additional information.
The duration datatype represents a combination of year, month, day and time values representing a single duration of time, encoded as a single string.
If true, indicates a very important person.
A code to identify the return location, along with an optional code context.
May contain the street number and optionally the street name.
Detailed name information for the customer.
Provides the unit of measure to which the quantity refers.
Identifies the reason for the transaction.
Used when a charge has a delayed start (e.g. if a vehicle is checked-out Sunday night, but actual charges start Monday or planned system down-time allowed a check-out before customer plans to retrieve vehicle or when an additional service is added after a rental has been started and/or will terminate before the rental is completed).
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.
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.
This field is to provide a name for the site reference of the off location service.
Vehicle info including size, class, make/model, vehicle asset number, etc. This is the actual vehicle being rented.
e.g "van der", "von", "de"
This identifies the standard code or abbreviation for the state, province, or region of vehicle registration.
This provides values for the odometer reading.
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).
State or Province name (e.g., Texas).
A unique identifying value assigned by the creating system. The ID attribute may be used to reference a primary-key value within a database or in a particular implementation.
The VehicleCategory attribute provides the catgeory of a vehicle. Refer to OTA Code List Vehicle Category (VEC).
A contract number by which this rental can be uniquely identified.
This identifies the standard code or abbreviation for the country of vehicle registration.
Type of name of the individual, such as former, nickname, alternate or alias name. Refer to OTA Code List Name Type (NAM).
This message is used to collect information about the vehicle and equipment being returned.
The kind of fuel the vehicle uses.
Identifies the customer's employer.
An identifier of a particular location used in place of address details.
Provides the units in which distance is measured, when applied to a vehicle (i.e., miles or kilometers)
Used to capture collection information when vehicle is not returned to the rental facility.
For all OTA versioned messages, the version of the message is indicated by a decimal value.
ISO 3166 code for a country.
Provides the code identifying the item.
Identifes the primary language preference for the message. The human language is identified by ISO 639 codes.
Refer to OTA Code List Travel Sector (TVS).
Identifies the context of the identifying code (e.g., IATA, ARC, or internal code).
The specific identifiers of the vehicle (e.g., Motor Vehicle Asset Number).
Used to indicate whether the request is for the Test or Production system.
When true the customer is deceased.
A reference to the type of object defined by the UniqueID element. Refer to OTA Code List Unique ID Type (UIT).
The division name or ID with which the contact is associated.
The unit of measure in a code format (e.g., inches, pixels, centimeters). Refer to OTA Code List Unit of Measure Code (UOM).
When true, indicates a one-way rental. This may also be discerned using the PickUpLocation and the ReturnLocation.
An internal car type assigned by the vendor. This is not the SIPP code.
This provides the amount of fuel currently in the vehicle. See enumerations for detailed annotations.
Identifies the location of a car rental site for an airport/city code. Refer to OTA Code List Vehicle Where At Facility (VWF).
Indicates reason for locking out record, such as Emergency, Incident, etc.
The code specifying a monetary unit. Use ISO 4217, three alpha code.
The Size attribute identifies the size of a vehicle. Refer to OTA Code List Size (SIZ).
Country name (e.g., Ireland).
The address for vehicle delivery or collection, or for customer pickup or drop-off.
URL that identifies the location associated with the record identified by the UniqueID.
The standard code or abbreviation for the state, province, or region.
value="Inherit" Permission for sharing data for marketing purposes.
This is the manufacturers' assigned vehicle identification number (VIN).
Code used to identify a location.
This is the color of the vehicle being rented.
Identifies the alternate language for a customer or message. The human language is identified by ISO 639 codes.
Information on the primary driver, possibly including frequent renter number.
A confirmation number by which this reservation can be uniquely identified. In some cases the ConfID may be used in lieu of a ContractID, dependant on business needs.
Identifies the source authority for the code.
The VehicleTransmissionSimpleType simple type defines a set of valid values for the transmission type of a vehicle. The valid values are automatic and manual. Use of this attribute can help in describing a vehicle.
The name of an item.
The model year of the vehicle.
Family name, last name.
The starting value of the time span.
This provides values based on the amount of fuel present.
Used when a charge has a delayed stop (e.g. actual charges stop Sunday but the vehicle is checked-in Monday morning or if the system was down when customer returned vehicle or when an additional service is added after a rental has been started and/or will terminate before the rental is completed).
Typically this is used to provide the actual return date, time, and location.
Indicates the date of birth as indicated in the document, in ISO 8601 prescribed format.
This is the number assigned by a rental car company to manage inventory, it is not the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
value="Inherit" Permission for sharing data for synchronization of information held by other travel service providers.
Identifies a company by the company code.
Used to define the drive type of a vehicle.
The identification of a record as it exists at a point in time. An instance is used in update messages where the sender must assure the server that the update sent refers to the most recent modification level of the object being updated.
The number of doors on a vehicle. This may be an exact number or a range, i.e. 2-4.
Identifies the gender.
URL that identifies the location of a picture to describe this vehicle.
Type of vehicle, for example, truck, car
Used to specify textual information about the customer.
This is the license plate number of the vehicle rented.
The ending value of the time span.
This indicates where this message falls within a sequence of messages.