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Naming of Supporting Documents file

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Created by Erik M (SAS) on 2012-09-26 06:56:48 Back to Topics

Naming of Supporting Documents file

Hi
Position 18-22 af the file name for supporting documents sent to SIS holds SSSSS (=sequence no). See ISPG page 246.
Is it OK if we use same sequence no for PAX and MISC files?
E.g. would SIS accept both these files
PSDF-117F2012092600001.ZIP
MSDF-117F2012092600001.ZIP
I hope this is the case since the files are made by different systems.
Brgds,
Erik
Replied by Ashley H on 2012-09-28 16:54:51

Hi Erik,

 

Yes – the sequence number is not validated so this is fine, as long as the file names are not exactly the same.

 

Regards,
Ashley

 

From: MADSEN Erik
Posted At: September-26-12 6:57 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: Naming of Supporting Documents file
Subject: Naming of Supporting Documents file

 

Hi

Position 18-22 af the file name for supporting documents sent to SIS holds SSSSS (=sequence no). See ISPG page 246.

Is it OK if we use same sequence no for PAX and MISC files?

E.g. would SIS accept both these files

PSDF-117F2012092600001.ZIP

MSDF-117F2012092600001.ZIP

I hope this is the case since the files are made by different systems.

Brgds,

Erik

 
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