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RC 1A vs 1B/1C/1D/1E/1G/1H/1I

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Created by Tzung-hsing W (China Airlines) on 2010-06-27 01:11:45 Back to Topics

RC 1A vs 1B/1C/1D/1E/1G/1H/1I

Since RC 1A will lead to IS-Rejection Flag indicating the type of amounts rejected, why do we need RCs 1B/1C/1D/1E/1G/1H/1I?
Replied by James S on 2010-06-27 17:38:29
As per the table in the ISPG (chapter 3.8 in version 2.1), 1A is used for "Valuation Error (Single)" while 1B - 1I is used for "Valuation Error (Bulk)".
 
When you use 1A on an RM, IS will look at the information in the rejection and, using magic, update the "IS Rejection Flag" with the appropriate codes ("G,I" in the ISPG example). However, when rejecting bulk coupons (ie, multiple coupon breakdowns on a rejection), IS is not able to determine the reason, so you have to specify it.
Replied by Tzung-hsing W (China Airlines) on 2010-06-27 21:50:38

What if rejecting members use RC 1A for multiple coupons in breakdown?  Any validation fails?  What limits the functionality of the IS Rejection Flag work for multiple coupons? 
Replied by James S on 2010-06-30 11:50:30
Validation will not fail if you use 1A on a bulk RM.
 
We're investigating the use of 1A for bulk rejections (ticket #103).


From: wu tzung-hsing
Posted: Sunday, June 27, 2010 9:50 PM
Subject: RC 1A vs 1B/1C/1D/1E/1G/1H/1I


What if rejecting members use RC 1A for multiple coupons in breakdown?  Any validation fails?  What limits the functionality of the IS Rejection Flag work for multiple coupons? 
 
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