Bookable- Data specific to a bookable service.
Additional- Data specific to an additional service.
time units. The length of a time unit depends on the particular service and is given by
time unit period, which can be obtained through Get all services. For example, a service with a time unit period of "Day" can be booked in multiples of days. This is equivalent to booking a hotel room stay for a specified number of days or a specified number of nights.
StartOffsetas the offset from the beginning of the time unit at which the service starts, and
EndOffsetas the offset from the end of the time unit at which the service actually ends - see the illustrations below. Similarly,
OccupancyEndOffsetdefine the offsets for which the service is considered occupied.
EndOffsetis normal for a nightly stay and implies that the service ends on the following morning. A negative value for
EndOffsetcan be used to specify a daytime service that ends before the end of the day.
1st Jan 23:00 UTC - 1st Jan 23:00 UTCwill result in one price for
2nd Jan, while Interval
1st Jan 23:00 UTC - 2nd Jan 23:00 UTCwill result in two prices for
3rd Jan(assuming a time unit period of "Day"). UTC timestamps must correspond to the start boundary of a time unit, e.g. 00:00 converted to UTC for a time unit of "Day". Other timestamps are not permitted. The maximum size of time interval is 100 time units or 2 years, whichever is the shorter amount of time.
EditableHistoryInterval, future updates are allowed for up to 5 years.
Valueparameter, removes all adjustments within the interval.