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Using the Jomres as a "travel agencies portal"

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5 months 3 days ago - 5 months 3 days ago #47065 by Hamlet
I want to use the Jomres as a "travel agencies portal", to sell their tour packages.

The best way to do that as much as I examined is to have one of the following settings:

1-
tour agency = property,
each individual tour package = an individual room type,
a seat in the tour= a room (with the capacity of 1 person)

Because the tour packages are very different in nature and are not similar to the room types which are somehow global, here I need that property manager granted the right to create room types (tour packages).

2-
tour agency = property,
a global room type named "tour package"
each tour package = a room in the type of "tour package"
a seat in the tour = a person in the room

Here the problem is to define tariff for each individual room, and calculation of price not based on the "room type" but based on the "individual room".

So both of my derived settings have problems with Jomres' way of working.

The third way, which seems is the pre-assumed one: using tour based properties which in turn is based on the Jintour, is very restricted, in design, pictures, and many other attributes.

So my question
Is there a way to implement the first or second setup?
Last edit: 5 months 3 days ago by Hamlet.
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4 months 6 days ago #47096 by Hamlet
It seems that after the last update of Jomres 9.12.0 the first scenario is applicable, by adding the frontend room type editing feature.
Thanks.
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4 months 5 days ago #47099 by Vince Wooll
You're welcome, Hamlet. Glad it's working for you.

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