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AmountSubjectToISC (Cargo Q)

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Created by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2011-09-01 04:36:53 Back to Topics

AmountSubjectToISC (Cargo Q)

Hi, IATA,
 
Referring to XML v3.2, we noticed that the field 'AddOnChargeName' is Partially Dictionary Defined, where each type of amount could be defined as 'Allowed/Accepted/Difference'. However,  AmountSubjectToISC can only be defined as 'Allowed/Difference', leaving out 'Accepted'.
We wonder whether this definition of AmountSubjectToISC is intentionally as this or it is a missing name for this type of amount?
 
Please refer to Line#240 and #585.
Thanks
Binbin Duan (ACCA)
Replied by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2011-10-08 01:29:31
Hi, IATA
 
Is anyone going to reply to my question?
If 'accepted' 'AmountSubjectToISC' is not provided, it will add a lot complexity when we process rejections on Charges Collected AWBs.

Binbin Duan

From: Accounting Centre of Chin
Posted: Thursday, September 01, 2011 4:36 AM
Subject: AmountSubjectToISC (Cargo Q)

Hi, IATA,
 
Referring to XML v3.2, we noticed that the field 'AddOnChargeName' is Partially Dictionary Defined, where each type of amount could be defined as 'Allowed/Accepted/Difference'. However,  AmountSubjectToISC can only be defined as 'Allowed/Difference', leaving out 'Accepted'.
We wonder whether this definition of AmountSubjectToISC is intentionally as this or it is a missing name for this type of amount?
 
Please refer to Line#240 and #585.
Thanks
Binbin Duan (ACCA)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-10-26 12:54:39

Dear Binbin,

 

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you on this question. We have discussed this internally and the valid values for Amount Subject To ISC should be AmountSubjectToISCAllowed and AmountSubjectToISCAccepted. This will be revised in the next release of ISPG IS-XML specification.

 

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: DUAN Binbin
Posted At: September-01-11 4:37 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Record Structures
Conversation: AmountSubjectToISC (Cargo Q)
Subject: AmountSubjectToISC (Cargo Q)

 

Hi, IATA,

 

Referring to XML v3.2, we noticed that the field 'AddOnChargeName' is Partially Dictionary Defined, where each type of amount could be defined as 'Allowed/Accepted/Difference'. However,  AmountSubjectToISC can only be defined as 'Allowed/Difference', leaving out 'Accepted'.

We wonder whether this definition of AmountSubjectToISC is intentionally as this or it is a missing name for this type of amount?

 

Please refer to Line#240 and #585.

Thanks

Binbin Duan (ACCA)

 
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