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LIBF or RJZF?

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Created by Wang Q on 2011-04-11 05:09:37 Back to Topics

LIBF or RJZF?

We aware of some difference between sample file iata provided and the description in IS-IDEC structure v3.1.1

SFI50(file total record) position33-36, there is blank filled in sample file, however ‘9999’ is filled in IS-IDEC structure.

SFI50(file total record) position161-162, there is blank filled in sample file, however ‘00’ is filled in IS-IDEC structure.

SFI30(SC total Record) position134, there is a blank filled in sample file ,however '0' is filled in IS-IDEC structure.

 

 Please make sure of it, Thank you!

 

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-12 10:39:03
Dear WangQi,
 
1) SFI 50 position 33-36 should be 9999. The sample file has been fixed in Release 3.2

2) SFI 50 position 161-162 should be blank filled. This has been fixed in Release 3.2

3) SFI 30 position 134 should be blank filled. This has been fixed in Release 3.2.
 
Best regards

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Posted: Monday, April 18, 2011 11:56 AM
Subject: LIBF or RJZF?

We aware of some difference between sample file iata provided and the description in IS-IDEC structure v3.1.1

SFI50(file total record) position33-36, there is blank filled in sample file, however ‘9999’ is filled in IS-IDEC structure.

SFI50(file total record) position161-162, there is blank filled in sample file, however ‘00’ is filled in IS-IDEC structure.

SFI30(SC total Record) position134, there is a blank filled in sample file ,however '0' is filled in IS-IDEC structure.

 

 Please make sure of it, Thank you!

 

 
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