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CARGO: incoming IDEC file

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Created by Michael V (EL AL) on 2011-06-01 08:34:55 Back to Topics

CARGO: incoming IDEC file

Hi,

 

We are planning to migrate to SIS:CARGO on time (Apr' 2012).

Is it correct that inbound IDEC, sent to us by a non-yet-migrated-to-SIS company, will be received through SIS?

If so, how will it be possible to distinguish between IDEC and IS-IDEC files, if both files are coming from SIS?

 

Thank you,

Michael

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-06-02 11:23:54

Dear Michael,

 

Specifically for Cargo:

As a migrated billed entity, you will receive – from ATPCO – an old IDEC file with old IDEC transactions from non-migrated billing entities (only from carriers using IDEC today. Today we have about 22 carriers using IDEC, hence only from these carriers you will receive an old IDEC).

 

From migrated billing entities, on the other hand, you will receive – from SIS – IS-Format files (IS-IDEC or IS-XML).

 

Please also refer to the Technical Migration presentation delivered in Beijing and Nairobi for further details on this topic (ref. slides 4/9). This presentation is available for download from the SIS website.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 8:34 AM
Subject: CARGO: incoming IDEC file

Hi,

 

We are planning to migrate to SIS:CARGO on time (Apr' 2012).

Is it correct that inbound IDEC, sent to us by a non-yet-migrated-to-SIS company, will be received through SIS?

If so, how will it be possible to distinguish between IDEC and IS-IDEC files, if both files are coming from SIS?

 

Thank you,

Michael

 
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