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iiNet for testing

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Created by David V (Travelport International) on 2011-07-20 05:36:35 Back to Topics

iiNet for testing

 

As iiNet is the only mechanism to test XML messages, can a supplier do it for free via iiNET Online?

 

If a Supplier intends to use IS-NET for sending messages, there appears to be no mechanism to validate / test the file integrity outside of the live environment.  No way to flag a message to IS NET etc.  This appears to be a large design oversight. 

 

If I am wrong please advise a.s.a.p.

 

Many Thanks David

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-04 11:02:08
Hi David,
 
Yes - the usage of iiNet is free regardless of the means of transmission. It is not envisaged that IS-Web-only users would require certification for uploading files, as it is expected that they will capture the invoices manually.
 
Best regards
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Posted: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 5:36 AM
Subject: iiNet for testing

 

As iiNet is the only mechanism to test XML messages, can a supplier do it for free via iiNET Online?

 

If a Supplier intends to use IS-NET for sending messages, there appears to be no mechanism to validate / test the file integrity outside of the live environment.  No way to flag a message to IS NET etc.  This appears to be a large design oversight. 

 

If I am wrong please advise a.s.a.p.

 

Many Thanks David

 
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