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Migrating Sample Form D & E

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Created by Kathy Y (Alaska Airlines) on 2011-03-04 14:43:14 Back to Topics

Migrating Sample Form D & E

Sampling Forms D & E have defined migration status.  Can a billed carrier migrate Sample Form D & E to IS-IDEC into SIS in response to an incoming migrated sample carrier invoice prior to migrating their own outgoing prime billings?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-16 15:44:31
Dear Kathy,

The answer to this question is the same as that which had been previously answered in your post Migrating Sample Form C.

For your reference I have quoted here again:
 
As per the rule defined by the Working Groups, the carriers will have to migrate the Prime billing (Sampling provisional and nonsample coupons) first before migrating any other transaction types in SIS.
 
This rule is only for IS-IDEC and IS-XML migration. If a carrier is using IS-WEB, then they are free to capture any transaction on the IS-WEB without the need for the previsous stage to be migrated.

Best regards

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Posted: Monday, April 18, 2011 11:35 AM
Subject: Migrating Sample Form D & E

Sampling Forms D & E have defined migration status.  Can a billed carrier migrate Sample Form D & E to IS-IDEC into SIS in response to an incoming migrated sample carrier invoice prior to migrating their own outgoing prime billings?
 
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