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Sandbox Testing "Collated Data"

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Created by Walter S (Virgin America) on 2011-08-16 16:25:59 Back to Topics

Sandbox Testing "Collated Data"

When testing in Sandbox, the  Sandbox agreement calls for "collated data" meaning we will need to use dummy airline codes etc, to not allow identification of a participant.  I assume the file will not reject the "Dummy" airline codes created for testing, correct?  Please advise.  Thanks!
 
Walter
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-31 10:20:46
Hi Walter,
 
This does not mean you will need to use dummy carriers. In fact, when sending files through the Sandbox, you should use real data, as this will be validated as would be in Production environment.
 
The Collated Data clause referred to here is to specify that IATA will not re-use the data submitted by participants in the Sandbox testing in accordance with confidentiality purposes.
 
Hope that clarifies.

Best regards


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Posted: Tuesday, August 16, 2011 4:25 PM
Subject: Sandbox Testing "Collated Data"

When testing in Sandbox, the  Sandbox agreement calls for "collated data" meaning we will need to use dummy airline codes etc, to not allow identification of a participant.  I assume the file will not reject the "Dummy" airline codes created for testing, correct?  Please advise.  Thanks!
 
Walter
 
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