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ISO Numeric Code vs ISO Alpha Currency Code

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Created by Benjamin R on 2010-11-17 05:54:45 Back to Topics

ISO Numeric Code vs ISO Alpha Currency Code

Hi,
 
in SFI 54 - Invoice SA Form E Provisional, Element 11, the Provisional Invoice Listing Currency shall be posted as a valid ISO Alpha Currency Code, though in the example column the ISO Numeric Code is shown.
Can you please clarify which is correct. From my opinion it should be the ISO Numeric Code, to bring it in line with SFI 10, Element 11 and 12 (Currency of Listing/Evaluation and Currency of Billing respectively) which also show ISO Numeric Code.
 
Please advice. Thanks,
Benjamin
Replied by Alex S on 2010-11-24 14:07:44
This is an error and will be corrected in next release of ISPG.


From: Lufthansa
Posted: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:54 AM
Subject: ISO Numeric Code vs ISO Alpha Currency Code

Hi,
 
in SFI 54 - Invoice SA Form E Provisional, Element 11, the Provisional Invoice Listing Currency shall be posted as a valid ISO Alpha Currency Code, though in the example column the ISO Numeric Code is shown.
Can you please clarify which is correct. From my opinion it should be the ISO Numeric Code, to bring it in line with SFI 10, Element 11 and 12 (Currency of Listing/Evaluation and Currency of Billing respectively) which also show ISO Numeric Code.
 
Please advice. Thanks,
Benjamin
Replied by Claudia L (Lufthansa) on 2011-02-03 09:31:01
Hi Alex,
this problem has not been corrected with ISPG 3.1. The element still has a format definition which does not match with the example. Please advise.
Thanks
Claudia

From:
Posted: Wednesday, November 24, 2010 2:07 PM
Subject: ISO Numeric Code vs ISO Alpha Currency Code

This is an error and will be corrected in next release of ISPG.


From: Lufthansa
Posted: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:54 AM
Subject: ISO Numeric Code vs ISO Alpha Currency Code

Hi,
 
in SFI 54 - Invoice SA Form E Provisional, Element 11, the Provisional Invoice Listing Currency shall be posted as a valid ISO Alpha Currency Code, though in the example column the ISO Numeric Code is shown.
Can you please clarify which is correct. From my opinion it should be the ISO Numeric Code, to bring it in line with SFI 10, Element 11 and 12 (Currency of Listing/Evaluation and Currency of Billing respectively) which also show ISO Numeric Code.
 
Please advice. Thanks,
Benjamin
 
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