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Cpn vs. Sector

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Created by Benjamin R (Lufthansa) on 2011-01-24 04:21:41 Back to Topics

Cpn vs. Sector

Hi,
 
It might happen, that a coupon is billed (e.g. coupon 02) but sectors of coupon 03 (e.g. ROM-ADD instead of ZRH-ROM) are put into the billing file.
I expect the coupon data, here coupon 02, shall take precedence over the sectors when it comes down to actually billed data. This is important for the audit trail, hence for the validation process.
 
Please confirm.
 
Thanks and regard,
Benjamin (LH)
 
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-02-21 11:34:15

Hi,

In SIS, the coupon number is one of the attributes used to uniquely identify a transaction in the billing history. The sector information is not used for linking or validating the Billing History.


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Posted: Friday, February 18, 2011 1:29 PM
Subject: Cpn vs. Sector

Hi,
 
It might happen, that a coupon is billed (e.g. coupon 02) but sectors of coupon 03 (e.g. ROM-ADD instead of ZRH-ROM) are put into the billing file.
I expect the coupon data, here coupon 02, shall take precedence over the sectors when it comes down to actually billed data. This is important for the audit trail, hence for the validation process.
 
Please confirm.
 
Thanks and regard,
Benjamin (LH)
 
 
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