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(Added by the TicketBatch amendment.)

A Ticket entry type represents a Ticket, which tracks an account sequence number that has been set aside for future use. You can create new tickets with a TicketCreate transaction.

Example Ticket JSON

  "Account": "rEhxGqkqPPSxQ3P25J66ft5TwpzV14k2de",
  "Flags": 0,
  "LedgerEntryType": "Ticket",
  "OwnerNode": "0000000000000000",
  "PreviousTxnID": "F19AD4577212D3BEACA0F75FE1BA1644F2E854D46E8D62E9C95D18E9708CBFB1",
  "PreviousTxnLgrSeq": 4,
  "TicketSequence": 3

Ticket Fields

In addition to the common fields, Ticket entries have the following fields:

NameJSON TypeInternal TypeRequired?Description
AccountStringAccountIDYesThe account that owns this Ticket.
LedgerEntryTypeStringUInt16YesThe value 0x0054, mapped to the string Ticket, indicates that this is a Ticket entry.
OwnerNodeStringUInt64YesA hint indicating which page of the owner directory links to this entry, in case the directory consists of multiple pages.
PreviousTxnIDStringHash256YesThe identifying hash of the transaction that most recently modified this entry.
PreviousTxnLgrSeqNumberUInt32YesThe index of the ledger that contains the transaction that most recently modified this entry.
TicketSequenceNumberUInt32YesThe Sequence Number this Ticket sets aside.

Ticket Reserve

Ticket entries count as one item towards the owner reserve of the account that placed the created it, as long as the entry is in the ledger. Using the ticket frees up the reserve.

Ticket Flags

There are no flags defined for Ticket entries.

Ticket ID Format

The ID of a Ticket object is the SHA-512Half of the following values, concatenated in order:

  • The Ticket space key (0x0054)
  • The AccountID of the owner of the Ticket
  • The TicketSequence number of the Ticket