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IDEC file received after migration

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Created by Wong W (Cathay Pacific) on 2011-05-17 04:03:37 Back to Topics

IDEC file received after migration

As billed migrated party, we will receive 2 files

A.                  one in new IS IDEC format from migrated carrier weekly

B.                  one in old IDEC format from non migrated carrier monthly

C.                   Would like to clarify the followings are correct:

1.                   If “A” airline is migrated and “B” airline is non-migrated, when we receive the billing files:

a)                  The new IS IDEC file will only contain migrated billing data (ie, only “A” airline billing data)

b)                  Only non-migrated billing data will be appear in old IDEC file (ie, only “B” airline data)

c)                   For the old IDEC file data, there is no change in data field definition, so that existing IDEC process can process the old IDEC file without program change.

2.                   The Down Converted Transactions only applicable to those IS-IDEC billing to non-migrated airlines.

Replied by Wong W (Cathay Pacific) on 2011-05-23 22:04:49
Dear sirs,
 
We still waiting for your advice. In fact, we would like to know if the data field definition of the old-IDEC file has not been changed and we can apply the existing programe to handle the data interface.
 
Thank you very much.


From:
Posted: Tuesday, May 17, 2011 4:03 AM
Subject: IDEC file received after migration

As billed migrated party, we will receive 2 files

A.                  one in new IS IDEC format from migrated carrier weekly

B.                  one in old IDEC format from non migrated carrier monthly

C.                   Would like to clarify the followings are correct:

1.                   If “A” airline is migrated and “B” airline is non-migrated, when we receive the billing files:

a)                  The new IS IDEC file will only contain migrated billing data (ie, only “A” airline billing data)

b)                  Only non-migrated billing data will be appear in old IDEC file (ie, only “B” airline data)

c)                   For the old IDEC file data, there is no change in data field definition, so that existing IDEC process can process the old IDEC file without program change.

2.                   The Down Converted Transactions only applicable to those IS-IDEC billing to non-migrated airlines.

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-24 10:18:31
Dear Kin Wong,
 
Please find the answers to your question as follows:
 
1. If “A” airline is migrated and “B” airline is non-migrated, when we receive the billing files:
 
a) The new IS IDEC file will only contain migrated billing data (ie, only “A” airline billing data)
Correct.
 
b) Only non-migrated billing data will be appear in old IDEC file (ie, only “B” airline data)
Correct.
 
c) For the old IDEC file data, there is no change in data field definition, so that existing IDEC process can process the old IDEC file without program change.
Yes - correct.
 
2. The Down Converted Transactions only applicable to those IS-IDEC billing to non-migrated airlines.
Yes - correct.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Tuesday, May 17, 2011 4:03 AM
Subject: IDEC file received after migration

As billed migrated party, we will receive 2 files

A.                  one in new IS IDEC format from migrated carrier weekly

B.                  one in old IDEC format from non migrated carrier monthly

C.                   Would like to clarify the followings are correct:

1.                   If “A” airline is migrated and “B” airline is non-migrated, when we receive the billing files:

a)                  The new IS IDEC file will only contain migrated billing data (ie, only “A” airline billing data)

b)                  Only non-migrated billing data will be appear in old IDEC file (ie, only “B” airline data)

c)                   For the old IDEC file data, there is no change in data field definition, so that existing IDEC process can process the old IDEC file without program change.

2.                   The Down Converted Transactions only applicable to those IS-IDEC billing to non-migrated airlines.

 
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