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Submission of IS-XML and Supporting Documents by SIS

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Created by Micaela J (TAP - Air Portugal) on 2011-07-04 12:17:36 Back to Topics

Submission of IS-XML and Supporting Documents by SIS

Hi Are we supposed to receive at the same time the IS-XML and the correspondent documents? If we require in the profile to receive a PDF for each invoice this means that we will always receive an offline archive with every XML file right? thanks
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-07-06 20:30:46
Dear Micaela,
 
There are 2 Offline Archive Files that contain invoices and supporting documents: 1 for receivables and 1 for payables. There will also be 1 zip file for inward billings.
 
Best regards

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Posted: Monday, July 04, 2011 12:17 PM
Subject: Submission of IS-XML and Supporting Documents by SIS

Hi Are we supposed to receive at the same time the IS-XML and the correspondent documents? If we require in the profile to receive a PDF for each invoice this means that we will always receive an offline archive with every XML file right? thanks
Replied by Micaela J (TAP - Air Portugal) on 2011-07-07 04:10:15
Would you please let me know the difference between Receivables and inward billings? thanks
Replied by Adams J (Applsys Solutions Ltd.) on 2011-09-22 07:56:17
Can you please explain the relationship between the Supporting Document and the Invoices?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-09-26 15:51:45

Micaela, Adams;

 

(1) Receivables are generally your outward billings – i.e. invoices you send to your partners. Inward billings are generally invoices received by you from your billing partners.

 

(2) Supporting Documents are any information that is related to the invoice in order to facilitate settlement between two parties. Supporting Documents can be added to any invoice in order to supplement your billed partners with adequate information to process and settle the invoice.

 

The requirements for Supporting Documents are laid out in the Revenue Accounting Manual. For details on linking Supporting Documents to invoices in SIS, please refer to the ISPG v3.2, Section 9.5/Linking of Supporting Attachments.

 

Hope this helps.

Best regards

 
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