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Identifying downgraded SIS-IDEC

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Created by Michael C on 2011-05-24 05:00:09 Back to Topics

Identifying downgraded SIS-IDEC

Hi, can you please advise how to identify that an Old IDEC has been downgraded from IS-Format?  Aside from the presence of a newly created batch/page total record, is there any indication that it was originally billed via IS?
 
Thanks,
Michael.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-27 11:59:07
Dear Michael,
 
In the latest Technical Migration presentation (delivered at the Beijing & Nairobi workshops), slides 12-13 describe the recognition of SIS-down-converted transactions.
 
For reference this has been quoted below:
 
Non-Migrated carriers need to recognise SIS down converted transaction:
> SIS will flag the SIS down converted transactions
> Invoice Header Record PAX Field 15 - Currency conversion indicator field (=9)
> All transactions in the flagged invoice come from a migrated billing carrier
 
Please refer to this presentation for further information. This document can be found under the Media & Communication page on the SIS website.

Best regards


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Posted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 5:00 AM
Subject: Identifying downgraded SIS-IDEC

Hi, can you please advise how to identify that an Old IDEC has been downgraded from IS-Format?  Aside from the presence of a newly created batch/page total record, is there any indication that it was originally billed via IS?
 
Thanks,
Michael.
Replied by Michael C on 2011-05-30 05:04:09
That's great, thank you Ashley, I've now downloaded all of those.
 
Regards,
Michael.
 
 
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