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Reservations and bookings both have statuses in EMS. These statuses convey different meanings depending on whether they're applied to a reservation or a booking. The following is a list of statuses that will typically be used and what they mean:


  • Approved
  • This status can be applied to both reservations and bookings. When applied to a booking, this indicates that a single booking request has been confirmed. When applied to a reservation, this indicates that all of the bookings within that reservation have been confirmed.

     

  • Reviewed
  • This status applies only to reservations and indicates the following:

    a. At least one booking has been confirmed

    b. At least one booking has either been refused or not confirmed

  • Refused
  • This status can be applied to both reservations and bookings. When applied to a booking, this indicates that a single booking request has been denied. When applied to a reservation, this indicates that all of the booking requests within that reservation have been denied.

  • Cancelled on Virtual
  • This status can be applied to both reservations and bookings. When applied to a booking, this indicates that a single booking has been cancelled by a user through Virtual EMS. When applied to a reservation, this indicates that all bookings within that reservation have been cancelled through Virtual EMS.

  • Cancelled
  • This status can be applied to both reservations and bookings. When applied to a booking, this indicates that a single booking has been cancelled on the back end of EMS by an admin user. When applied to a reservation, this indicates that all bookings within that reservation have been cancelled on the back end.

  • Confirmed - Academic
  • This status can be applied to both reservations and bookings (academic only). This indicates that a course reservation and/or bookings have been confirmed.

  • Crosslist - Academic
  • This status applies to academic bookings and indicates that those bookings are part of a course that is cross-listed with another course

      

     

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