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Created by Claudia L (Lufthansa) on 2011-03-07 07:48:00 Back to Topics

Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Hi all.
 
Will it be possible to migrate one charge code only at the first step? The ISPG 3.1 reads that only files with a minimum of two charge categories will be accepted for certification.
 
Can a carrier not migrate one charge category only in the first step and send IS-XML for that charge category only? Why would that be restricted?
 
Please advise.
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-11 13:46:46
Dear Claudia,
 
A minimum of 20 Invoices covering at least 6 different Charge Category – Charge Code combinations are required. This means that the carrier can choose to use only 1 Charge Category; however within the Charge Category they need to have 6 different charge codes.
 
This will also be specified in the Sign-Up Guide.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Monday, March 14, 2011 4:50 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Hi all.
 
Will it be possible to migrate one charge code only at the first step? The ISPG 3.1 reads that only files with a minimum of two charge categories will be accepted for certification.
 
Can a carrier not migrate one charge category only in the first step and send IS-XML for that charge category only? Why would that be restricted?
 
Please advise.
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Un C (Malaysia Airlines) on 2011-05-11 20:13:53
Dear Ashley,
To further add on a related question...
 
We are going to have IS-XML files being generated from separate billing systems under category M as the full billing details to populate the mandatory & recommended fields are stored there
e.g. Mail Billing IS-XML will come from the Cargo System, Engineering Billing IS-XML will come from the Engineering System, Ground Handling Billing IS-XML will come from the Ground Handling System
 
For each of these IS-XML files, do we need to get separate certification for each of these files?
If yes, how would we get certification for the Mail Billing File? as under the ISPG, Mail Category only has 2 charge codes (and not 6 as per certification requirements)
 
Thank you
 
      


From:
Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 1:46 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Dear Claudia,
 
A minimum of 20 Invoices covering at least 6 different Charge Category – Charge Code combinations are required. This means that the carrier can choose to use only 1 Charge Category; however within the Charge Category they need to have 6 different charge codes.
 
This will also be specified in the Sign-Up Guide.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Monday, March 14, 2011 4:50 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Hi all.
 
Will it be possible to migrate one charge code only at the first step? The ISPG 3.1 reads that only files with a minimum of two charge categories will be accepted for certification.
 
Can a carrier not migrate one charge category only in the first step and send IS-XML for that charge category only? Why would that be restricted?
 
Please advise.
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Hayley P (Travelport 1G A73) on 2011-05-12 17:52:27

 

Hi

  

Please could you verify the reply below would not apply to a GDS member as we will only use one Charge Code GDS.

  

Many Thanks

 

Hayley


From:
Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 1:46 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Dear Claudia,
 
A minimum of 20 Invoices covering at least 6 different Charge Category – Charge Code combinations are required. This means that the carrier can choose to use only 1 Charge Category; however within the Charge Category they need to have 6 different charge codes.
 
This will also be specified in the Sign-Up Guide.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Monday, March 14, 2011 4:50 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Hi all.
 
Will it be possible to migrate one charge code only at the first step? The ISPG 3.1 reads that only files with a minimum of two charge categories will be accepted for certification.
 
Can a carrier not migrate one charge category only in the first step and send IS-XML for that charge category only? Why would that be restricted?
 
Please advise.
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-26 14:02:50
Dear Hayley,

In case of an IS participant dealing with less than the 6 different Charge Category/Charge Codes combinations, they should notify SIS Operations prior to the certification test for assistance.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Thursday, May 12, 2011 5:52 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

 

Hi

  

Please could you verify the reply below would not apply to a GDS member as we will only use one Charge Code GDS.

  

Many Thanks

 

Hayley


From:
Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 1:46 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Dear Claudia,
 
A minimum of 20 Invoices covering at least 6 different Charge Category – Charge Code combinations are required. This means that the carrier can choose to use only 1 Charge Category; however within the Charge Category they need to have 6 different charge codes.
 
This will also be specified in the Sign-Up Guide.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Monday, March 14, 2011 4:50 PM
Subject: Misc: migration of one charge category only?

Hi all.
 
Will it be possible to migrate one charge code only at the first step? The ISPG 3.1 reads that only files with a minimum of two charge categories will be accepted for certification.
 
Can a carrier not migrate one charge category only in the first step and send IS-XML for that charge category only? Why would that be restricted?
 
Please advise.
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
 
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