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Misc XML - ClearanceCurrencyCode

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Created by Peter W (British Airways) on 2011-03-18 08:00:43 Back to Topics

Misc XML - ClearanceCurrencyCode

I'm unsure from the ISXML spec if the Clearance Currency Code & Exchnage Rate on the Invoice Header are mandatory.
 
We are not sure as to why these would be needed when settling through the ICH. The billing zone will already be set up in the member profife & this will indicate the clearance currency, and the exchange rate is the FDR suplied by IATA (which I'm guessing you will already have)
 
Can we just not populate these fields - will SIS work this out for us ?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-12 10:37:48
Dear Peter,
 
Clearance Currency Code and Exchange rate fields in case of Misc is optional.
 
In case this information is not provided, it will be populated by SIS. The Clearance Currency will be based on the Zone of the carrier and the exchange rate will be the FDR rates published for that month.
 
Hope that clarifies.
Best regards

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Posted: Monday, April 18, 2011 11:57 AM
Subject: Misc XML - ClearanceCurrencyCode

I'm unsure from the ISXML spec if the Clearance Currency Code & Exchnage Rate on the Invoice Header are mandatory.
 
We are not sure as to why these would be needed when settling through the ICH. The billing zone will already be set up in the member profife & this will indicate the clearance currency, and the exchange rate is the FDR suplied by IATA (which I'm guessing you will already have)
 
Can we just not populate these fields - will SIS work this out for us ?
 
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