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Created by Anna L (Siberia Airlines) on 2011-05-10 05:41:56 Back to Topics

Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear all,
The test file “PAX_Non_Sampling_IS_XML_Input_File.xml” has not passed the validation on an element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem. The element "TaxAmount @Name" should be the following maintenance: Attribute Name - is Optional and 25A/N Dictionary defined: 'Billed', 'Credited' 'Accepted', 'Difference'. It is provided for passenger and cargo billings: At the LineItem level: * Attribute Name will not provided * Total Tax amount and Total VAT Amount will be specified here. Is it right that the element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem can be presented as "TaxAmount Name = Billed" (for example) and as "TaxAmount" too?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-16 15:34:23
Dear Anna,
 
At the Line Item level the Tax amount and/or VAT amount need to be specified with the help of the attribute Name=Billed
 
For example,
<Tax>
    <TaxType>Tax</TaxType>
    <TaxAmount Name="Billed">46.240</TaxAmount>
</Tax>

Hope this clarifies.
Best regards

From:
Posted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:46 AM
Subject: Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear all,
The test file “PAX_Non_Sampling_IS_XML_Input_File.xml” has not passed the validation on an element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem. The element "TaxAmount @Name" should be the following maintenance: Attribute Name - is Optional and 25A/N Dictionary defined: 'Billed', 'Credited' 'Accepted', 'Difference'. It is provided for passenger and cargo billings: At the LineItem level: * Attribute Name will not provided * Total Tax amount and Total VAT Amount will be specified here. Is it right that the element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem can be presented as "TaxAmount Name = Billed" (for example) and as "TaxAmount" too?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-19 11:27:31

Dear Anna,

 

Please disregard the reply I have provided above.

 

You are correct. There should not be any attribute defined for the TAXAmount node at the LineItem level. This was an error in Sample Files provided along with the ISPG 3.1.1. This has been corrected in ISPG 3.2.

 

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Monday, May 16, 2011 3:34 PM
Subject: Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear Anna,
 
At the Line Item level the Tax amount and/or VAT amount need to be specified with the help of the attribute Name=Billed
 
For example,
<Tax>
    <TaxType>Tax</TaxType>
    <TaxAmount Name="Billed">46.240</TaxAmount>
</Tax>

Hope this clarifies.
Best regards

From:
Posted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:46 AM
Subject: Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear all,
The test file “PAX_Non_Sampling_IS_XML_Input_File.xml” has not passed the validation on an element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem. The element "TaxAmount @Name" should be the following maintenance: Attribute Name - is Optional and 25A/N Dictionary defined: 'Billed', 'Credited' 'Accepted', 'Difference'. It is provided for passenger and cargo billings: At the LineItem level: * Attribute Name will not provided * Total Tax amount and Total VAT Amount will be specified here. Is it right that the element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem can be presented as "TaxAmount Name = Billed" (for example) and as "TaxAmount" too?
Replied by Anna L (Siberia Airlines) on 2011-06-01 06:49:33



From:
Posted: Thursday, May 19, 2011 11:27 AM
Subject: Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear Anna,

 

Please disregard the reply I have provided above.

 

You are correct. There should not be any attribute defined for the TAXAmount node at the LineItem level. This was an error in Sample Files provided along with the ISPG 3.1.1. This has been corrected in ISPG 3.2.

 

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Monday, May 16, 2011 3:34 PM
Subject: Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear Anna,
 
At the Line Item level the Tax amount and/or VAT amount need to be specified with the help of the attribute Name=Billed
 
For example,
<Tax>
    <TaxType>Tax</TaxType>
    <TaxAmount Name="Billed">46.240</TaxAmount>
</Tax>

Hope this clarifies.
Best regards

From:
Posted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 5:46 AM
Subject: Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear all,
The test file “PAX_Non_Sampling_IS_XML_Input_File.xml” has not passed the validation on an element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem. The element "TaxAmount @Name" should be the following maintenance: Attribute Name - is Optional and 25A/N Dictionary defined: 'Billed', 'Credited' 'Accepted', 'Difference'. It is provided for passenger and cargo billings: At the LineItem level: * Attribute Name will not provided * Total Tax amount and Total VAT Amount will be specified here. Is it right that the element "TaxAmount @Name" in block LineItem can be presented as "TaxAmount Name = Billed" (for example) and as "TaxAmount" too?
Replied by Anna L (Siberia Airlines) on 2011-06-01 07:01:32
Dear Ashley, In file PAX_Non_Sampling_IS_XML_Input_File.xml from V3.2. the situation takes place to be till now. Please tell us.. Does your answer still correct?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-06-03 10:06:57
Hi Anna,
 
I am checking this in the sample file for you. Please allow me a few more days to provide you a definite response.
 
Thanks for your patience.
 
Regards,
Ashley

From:
Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 7:01 AM
Subject: Possible TaxAmount@Name values

Dear Ashley, In file PAX_Non_Sampling_IS_XML_Input_File.xml from V3.2. the situation takes place to be till now. Please tell us.. Does your answer still correct?
Replied by Anna L (Siberia Airlines) on 2011-06-29 03:49:29
Dear Ashley, What about this point of our question?
 
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