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before_create_objectmethod of the post speaker api. @mayank8318 If you want you can add this :smile:
ConflictExceptionsaying that a "A speaker profile already exists for this event with this email"
And each speaker should be a unique user(email-id)
No @mayank8318 One user can have multiple speaker profiles but only one for a specific event.
for e.g. I can speak at Google I/O 18 and Fossasia Summit 2019 hence I will have two speaker profiles associated with my user
But I should only be allowed one speaker profile per event.
?. Can this cause an error ?
In the second screenshot of yours, you've a trailing ?. Can this cause an error ?
@mayank8318 In POST you are using
? check once again
@srv-twry In Eventbrite it is possible to get a ticket without registering for the platform, but actually once you pay they register you. So, if you then login with your email you will see all the tickets you bought with the specific user ID. Could you try it out, please and let us know about your experience?
@mariobehling Yeah I will try it out.
@niranjan94 @SaptakS I am having difficulties in trying to understand the overall workflow of how users can buy tickets. This is what I understood so far:
Let's say I am a registered user on the platform and I decided to buy 10 tickets. So I will place an order for 10 tickets.
Now the order would need 10 ticket holders. So the FE would first create 10 attendees. 1 of those 10 will be linked to my user account(since I am a registered user) and 9 others won't have any associated user account.
Now we will post the order, charge and do other stuff with the order that we want....
Is this interpretation correct ?
If no, then please explain.
If yes, then I have a small question. For creating an attendee one needs to provide the first name and last name. How will we handle that ? Provide placeholder names ?
PS: I'll look into allowing unregistered users to buy tickets like EventBrite after this but first I want to make sure I understand the existing flow of v1.