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Call Day Adjustment IS-XML

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Created by Marliyana M (Malaysia Airlines) on 2011-10-06 05:58:13 Back to Topics

Call Day Adjustment IS-XML

Basically we have queries on the Inward Billing Receivable file.

 

1.       On the ISPG 3.2, it is written that a separate IS-XML file will be provided by SIS for invoice generated by third party scenario, eg. Call Day Adjustment. And it refer to chapter 12 section 12.1 for the detail. Can we specifically ask your confirmation that the IS-XML file mentioned is the one with “IPF” in the naming convention?

 

 

 

2.       If the answer for point no. 1 is yes, can we ask whether this “IPF” XML file will only consist of receivable invoices and NOT payable invoices? Because what we understand is that if it is a payable invoice, then that invoice will be included together with the normal inward payable IS-XML file (AXMLT-BBBCCCCCCCC.XML)?

 

3.       If the “IPF” XML file only consist of receivable invoices, will it come together with the OAR Receivable (R) file (refer to the below screenshot)?

 

 

4.       On the other hand, can the OAR Receivable (R) file come alone without the IS-XML file?

 

5.       What we understand is if we are billing other member using lesser exchange rate, IATA will adjust the rate and send us an “IPF” IS-XML file, with InvoiceType “Invoice”, and with an OAR Receivable file. But if we are billing other member using higher exchange rate, IATA will adjust the rate and send the adjustment invoice to us together with the normal payable “XMLT” IS-XML file with an OAR Payable file. Does this mean that the “IPF” IS-XML file will only have InvoiceType “Invoice” and DO NOT have InvoiceType “Credit Memo”?

Replied by Ashley H on 2012-03-13 14:51:42

Dear Marliyana,

 

Sorry for the late response Please find the answers as follows:

1.     Yes – we can confirm this.

2.     Yes – only for Receivables

3.     No – this will be a separate file.

4.     Yes – you can set this up in your Member Profile.

5.     This is not exactly the situation, airlines are invoicing each other using FDR, CDA is to adjust variation between each period settlement and the FDR considered for invoicing. You cannot invoice with a lesser exchange rate as you have to follow FDR.

The “IPF” IS-XML file will only have InvoiceType “Invoice” and DO NOT have InvoiceType “Credit Memo” in the case of Call Day Adjustments.

 

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Ashley

 

From: MOHD MUSLIM Marliyana
Posted At: October-06-11 5:58 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: Call Day Adjustment IS-XML
Subject: Call Day Adjustment IS-XML

 

Basically we have queries on the Inward Billing Receivable file.

 

1.       On the ISPG 3.2, it is written that a separate IS-XML file will be provided by SIS for invoice generated by third party scenario, eg. Call Day Adjustment. And it refer to chapter 12 section 12.1 for the detail. Can we specifically ask your confirmation that the IS-XML file mentioned is the one with “IPF” in the naming convention?

 

 

 

2.       If the answer for point no. 1 is yes, can we ask whether this “IPF” XML file will only consist of receivable invoices and NOT payable invoices? Because what we understand is that if it is a payable invoice, then that invoice will be included together with the normal inward payable IS-XML file (AXMLT-BBBCCCCCCCC.XML)?

 

3.       If the “IPF” XML file only consist of receivable invoices, will it come together with the OAR Receivable (R) file (refer to the below screenshot)?

 

 

4.       On the other hand, can the OAR Receivable (R) file come alone without the IS-XML file?

 

5.       What we understand is if we are billing other member using lesser exchange rate, IATA will adjust the rate and send us an “IPF” IS-XML file, with InvoiceType “Invoice”, and with an OAR Receivable file. But if we are billing other member using higher exchange rate, IATA will adjust the rate and send the adjustment invoice to us together with the normal payable “XMLT” IS-XML file with an OAR Payable file. Does this mean that the “IPF” IS-XML file will only have InvoiceType “Invoice” and DO NOT have InvoiceType “Credit Memo”?

 
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