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Created by Olga K (Aeroflot) on 2011-01-21 01:49:17 Back to Topics

Invoice numbers

For IS-IDEC file the Invoice Number is defined as 10 Alphanumeric (ISPG 3.2.1).

1. What is about IS-XML/IS-WEB files? Is it also 10 A/N for all types of files/invoices? 

2. Does it have to be mandatory 10 Alphanumeric or it could be less? (Ex. Now we have invoice No GSM001. For SIS does it have to be GSM0000001? or it could be the same number which we have now?) 

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-01-26 16:02:31
Hi Olga,
 
Please find below the replies to your questions:
 
(1) Yes, the IS-XML/IS-WEB files will also need to contain a maximum of 10 A/Ns.
 
(2) The Invoice number does not need to contain 10 A/Ns. However, it needs to be unique. So in this case, you can keep the Invoice number as GSM001.

Hope this helps.
 
Best Regards

From:
Posted: Friday, January 21, 2011 1:49 AM
Subject: Invoice numbers

For IS-IDEC file the Invoice Number is defined as 10 Alphanumeric (ISPG 3.2.1).

1. What is about IS-XML/IS-WEB files? Is it also 10 A/N for all types of files/invoices? 

2. Does it have to be mandatory 10 Alphanumeric or it could be less? (Ex. Now we have invoice No GSM001. For SIS does it have to be GSM0000001? or it could be the same number which we have now?) 

Replied by Lori T on 2011-02-04 09:56:14
Please help me to understand if the question and response are only related to miscellaneous or are they also related to
passenger?  If related to passenger too, what is the format output when the input contained less than 10 A/N?
 
Lori Tully

From:
Posted: Friday, January 28, 2011 2:10 PM
Subject: Invoice numbers

Hi Olga,
 
Please find below the replies to your questions:
 
(1) Yes, the IS-XML/IS-WEB files will also need to contain a maximum of 10 A/Ns.
 
(2) The Invoice number does not need to contain 10 A/Ns. However, it needs to be unique. So in this case, you can keep the Invoice number as GSM001.

Hope this helps.
 
Best Regards

From:
Posted: Friday, January 21, 2011 1:49 AM
Subject: Invoice numbers

For IS-IDEC file the Invoice Number is defined as 10 Alphanumeric (ISPG 3.2.1).

1. What is about IS-XML/IS-WEB files? Is it also 10 A/N for all types of files/invoices? 

2. Does it have to be mandatory 10 Alphanumeric or it could be less? (Ex. Now we have invoice No GSM001. For SIS does it have to be GSM0000001? or it could be the same number which we have now?) 

 
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