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Supporting Doc format

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Created by Lee S (Aeronautical Radio, Inc) on 2012-07-24 16:11:10 Back to Topics

Supporting Doc format

Hello
 
It is not clear to me the structure of a supporting doc file.  If I have 20 documents do I place them all into one zip file, using zip synatx that allows multiple files to be included in the zipped file?  I think this is correct, just want to be sure since testing is not allowed.
 
I want to use the Supporting Docs Index csv file, does this file also go into the Supporting Doc file which contains the actual doc files?  index.csv - Put this in along with the actual supporting documents or it is to be sent separately?
 
I seed references to INDEX.CSV, is the file name and extension to be all UPPER CASE?  The ISPG also shows that the XML file sent to SIS is to have the extension as upper case but it did not work so I set it to lower case and it works.

Thanks
Lee
 
Replied by Ashley H on 2012-07-26 17:45:08

Hi Lee,

 

Yes – the INDEX file should be placed in the Supporting Document File, along with the rest of the actual supporting attachments. The INDEX file should be all upper case – if this is not being accepted by SIS please write to sishelp@iata.org and the SIS Help Desk can investigate it further.

 

Please also refer to the Supporting Documents presentation delivered at the ACH workshop in June for more detailed information on the approaches to sending supporting documents.

 

Regards,

Ashley

 

From: SEIPP Lee
Posted At: July-24-12 4:11 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: Supporting Doc format
Subject: Supporting Doc format

 

Hello

 

It is not clear to me the structure of a supporting doc file.  If I have 20 documents do I place them all into one zip file, using zip synatx that allows multiple files to be included in the zipped file?  I think this is correct, just want to be sure since testing is not allowed.

 

I want to use the Supporting Docs Index csv file, does this file also go into the Supporting Doc file which contains the actual doc files?  index.csv - Put this in along with the actual supporting documents or it is to be sent separately?

 

I seed references to INDEX.CSV, is the file name and extension to be all UPPER CASE?  The ISPG also shows that the XML file sent to SIS is to have the extension as upper case but it did not work so I set it to lower case and it works.


Thanks

Lee

 

 
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