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REST API Formats

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String

The String class represents character strings and will always use the UTF-8 encoding

Integer

An integer value can hold values from 2^31-1 to -2^31.

Date

Date values are represented using the ISO 8601 format. Timezone information is always ignored since it is given as a separate timezone field

Double

A field holding a floating point value with double precision.

Boolean

A field holding a boolean value: either true or false.

Timezones

Timezones are used to specify where the user / the event is located. All other times (start date of the event etc) are then relative to the selected timezone. The following timezones are supported:

Etc/GMT+12
Pacific/Midway
US/Hawaii
US/Alaska
America/Los_Angeles
US/Mountain
US/Arizona
US/Central
Canada/Saskatchewan
America/Mexico_City
US/Eastern
US/East-Indiana
America/Bogota
Canada/Atlantic
America/Caracas
America/Santiago
Brazil/East
America/Buenos_Aires
Etc/GMT+2
Atlantic/Azores
Europe/London
Africa/Casablanca
Europe/Belgrade
Europe/Sarajevo
Europe/Paris
Europe/Berlin
Europe/Bucharest
Africa/Cairo
Europe/Helsinki
Europe/Athens
Asia/Jerusalem
Africa/Harare
Europe/Moscow
Asia/Baghdad
Africa/Nairobi
Asia/Muscat
Asia/Baku
Asia/Yekaterinburg
Asia/Karachi
Asia/Kolkata
Asia/Almaty
Asia/Colombo
Asia/Bangkok
Asia/Hong_Kong
Asia/Singapore
Asia/Taipei
Australia/Perth
Asia/Seoul
Asia/Tokyo
Asia/Yakutsk
Australia/Canberra
Australia/Brisbane
Australia/Hobart
Asia/Vladivostok
Pacific/Guam
Asia/Magadan
Pacific/Fiji
Pacific/Auckland

Languages

The languages can be used to specify the language of the user interface for the user or the language of the event. The following languages are supported:

de    German
en    English
fr    French
es    Spanish

Money

All money types are integers and conform to its smallest currency unit. For example, if the ticket shop currency is euros (EUR), the values of money fields conform to euro cents. So an amount of EUR 20,55 is represented as 2055.

Currency

Currencies are encoded using the ISO 4217 currency format. The following currencies are supported:

EUR   Euro
USD   United States dollar
GBP   Pound sterling
CHF   Swiss franc
CNY   Chinese yuan
SGD   Singapore dollar
HKD   Hong Kong dollar
KRW   South Korean won (Note: in contrast to all other currencies listed here, no monetary subunit exists for Korean Won)
AUD   Australian dollar
NOK   Norwegian krone
CAD   Canadian dollar
DKK   Danish krone
JPY   Japanese yen
BRL   Brazilian real
ILS   Israeli new sheqel
NZD   New Zealand dollar

Country