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Passenger Detail Validation Error correction. Pg24, 3.3.4 in the ISPG v3.2 May2011

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Created by Malcolm R (Air New Zealand) on 2011-07-13 23:07:15 Back to Topics

Passenger Detail Validation Error correction. Pg24, 3.3.4 in the ISPG v3.2 May2011

This chapter says, if a validation error is found the billing airline has the option to reject the entire file, OR only reject individual invoices.

 

With option 1, does “reject the  entire file” mean, reject the entire IS-IDEC, or does “file” mean the entire file specific to the airline, such that all other correct files in the IDEC get submitted?

With option2, does “reject individual invoices” mean, where multi invoices exist to a billed airline, you can chose to reject the failed invoice and let the other invoices to that airline get submitted?

 

(In other words, please define what you'll mean by 'file' and 'invoice'.)

 

In both cases, does IS automatically change the total invoice value and IS-IDEC total to match the new reduced total?  And once the error file is resubmitted (in the same billing period) do the total values change automatically again?

Replied by Malcolm R (Air New Zealand) on 2011-07-26 22:22:02
Hi - got my reply from IATA who asked me to post this here.
 
"the whole IS-IDEC which was submitted by NZ and contained the invoice which failed validation will be rejected"

cheers - Malcolm (NZ)


From:
Posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 11:07 PM
Subject: Passenger Detail Validation Error correction. Pg24, 3.3.4 in the ISPG v3.2 May2011

This chapter says, if a validation error is found the billing airline has the option to reject the entire file, OR only reject individual invoices.

 

With option 1, does “reject the  entire file” mean, reject the entire IS-IDEC, or does “file” mean the entire file specific to the airline, such that all other correct files in the IDEC get submitted?

With option2, does “reject individual invoices” mean, where multi invoices exist to a billed airline, you can chose to reject the failed invoice and let the other invoices to that airline get submitted?

 

(In other words, please define what you'll mean by 'file' and 'invoice'.)

 

In both cases, does IS automatically change the total invoice value and IS-IDEC total to match the new reduced total?  And once the error file is resubmitted (in the same billing period) do the total values change automatically again?

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-07-27 10:24:11
Dear Malcolm,
 
Just to add to your previous reply, if you choose Option 1, the entire IS-IDEC file (containing all invoices) will not pass validation and will not be processed for settlement.
 
If you choose Opt 2, only individual invoices that failed validation will not be processed for settlement.
 
Best regards

From:
Posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 11:07 PM
Subject: Passenger Detail Validation Error correction. Pg24, 3.3.4 in the ISPG v3.2 May2011

This chapter says, if a validation error is found the billing airline has the option to reject the entire file, OR only reject individual invoices.

 

With option 1, does “reject the  entire file” mean, reject the entire IS-IDEC, or does “file” mean the entire file specific to the airline, such that all other correct files in the IDEC get submitted?

With option2, does “reject individual invoices” mean, where multi invoices exist to a billed airline, you can chose to reject the failed invoice and let the other invoices to that airline get submitted?

 

(In other words, please define what you'll mean by 'file' and 'invoice'.)

 

In both cases, does IS automatically change the total invoice value and IS-IDEC total to match the new reduced total?  And once the error file is resubmitted (in the same billing period) do the total values change automatically again?

 
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