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booking/session

While creating a booking, the details of the proposed booking are stored in an API session. This allows you to add multiple items to a booking, remove items and inform the server of your intent to book the item(s) in order to prevent over-bookings.

Each session call will return the session_id of the active session, and any attached session information. Your application must use the session_id in order to further modify the session or submit the booking beyond this point, and can pass it back to the API either as a cookie or a request parameter.

To start a new session, you simply pass in the booking :ref:`slip`s returned when from earlier "rated" inventory :doc:`../item` queries.

.. http:post:: /api/3.0/booking/session

        Create or return information about and stored in the current server session.
        Once initiated, you can fetch the details of a proposed booking by accessing the **session** again with the **session_id** found in the response.  The item details for the session will be returned with your request.

        :form string session_id: The session ID to be loaded or written to.  *Can also be sent as a cookie.*
        :form string/array slip: A :ref:`slip`, or multiple :ref:`slip`\s to be **added** to a session.  If need to add or remove more of the *same* item to a session, use **alter** below.
        :form array alter: Alterations to be made on the current session, based on the **line_id** of items in the session and actions to be taken.  To change the **qty** of an item in the session, send an alter for the line_id of that item with the integer value you need to set (e.g alter[3]=5 sets item 3 to a qty of 5).  To **remove** an item, use alter 'remove'; and to opt-in or out of listed package items use 'optin' or 'optout' respectively.


.. http:get:: /api/3.0/booking/session

        :query string session_id: The session ID to read information from.  *Can also be sent as a cookie.*

.. literalinclude:: ../../examples/response/booking-session.json
        :language: json
        :linenos:
        :emphasize-lines: 24


.. http:post:: /api/3.0/booking/session/clear
.. http:post:: /api/3.0/booking/session/end

        :query string session_id: The session ID to empty or close.  *Can also be sent as a cookie.*