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Primes/RMs/BMs via IS-IDEC and CMs via IS-WEB

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Created by Shanti D (Air Canada) on 2011-08-23 00:41:02 Back to Topics

Primes/RMs/BMs via IS-IDEC and CMs via IS-WEB

Hi

 

Currently we have extremely low volumes of cargo credit memos, both outgoing and incoming. This is going to make it tough for us to pass certification testing for credit memos - in fact our tentative intention is to migrate only primes, rejection memos and billing memos through the IS-IDEC file and to deal with credit memos through IS-WEB.

 

Section 2.3, 2.4, 4.2, etc of the ISPG state that through our Member Profile, we can define which transaction types should be delivered in which format. Please confirm the foll:-

 

1) We will be considered a fully migrated airline if we submit/receive primes/RMs/BMs via IS-IDEC and CMs via IS-WEB, this information being duly reflected in our Member profile. (Assuming of course that we pass certification testing for primes/RMs/BMs).

 

2) Our inward billing IS-IDEC files will not contain credit memos. Incoming credit memos, if any, can be viewed by us on IS-WEB.

 

3) In future, if our CM volumes pick up, we can conduct sandbox/certfication testing for CMs only, after which we can send/receive credit memos through the IS-IDEC file along with the other 3 transaction types.

 

Regards

Shanti D'Souza

(Air Canada - Cargo)

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-31 09:47:21
Dear Shanti,
 
Please find the answers to your questions as follows:
 
1. Yes - you will need to notify SIS Ops once you have fully migrated all transaction types.

2. Yes - all transactions (including credit memos) can be viewed on IS-Web.
 
3. Yes - this is possible.
 
Best regards
Replied by Shanti D (Air Canada) on 2011-08-31 10:38:06
Hi Ashley
 
Thank you for your answers. However I'm a little unclear about point two.
 
You have said "yes - we can view all transactions on IS-WEb".
 
This is good but does the "yes" also apply to the first part of point two viz. "we will not receive any CMs in our incoming IS-IDEC file"?
 
Please clarify.
 
Thank you again
Shanti


From:
Posted: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 9:48 AM
Subject: Primes/RMs/BMs via IS-IDEC and CMs via IS-WEB

Dear Shanti,
 
Please find the answers to your questions as follows:
 
1. Yes - you will need to notify SIS Ops once you have fully migrated all transaction types.

2. Yes - all transactions (including credit memos) can be viewed on IS-Web.
 
3. Yes - this is possible.
 
Best regards
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-10-03 12:10:23

Hi Shanti,

 

Sorry for the delay in this response. If you select IS-IDEC for your Passenger inward billings, you will receive all types of billings in this format. However, you will also be able to view all transactions via IS-Web.

 

Hope this clarifies.

Rgds,

Ashley

 

From: DSOUZA Shanti
Posted At: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 10:38 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Technical Aspects of Migration
Conversation: Primes/RMs/BMs via IS-IDEC and CMs via IS-WEB
Subject: Primes/RMs/BMs via IS-IDEC and CMs via IS-WEB

 

Hi Ashley

 

Thank you for your answers. However I'm a little unclear about point two.

 

You have said "yes - we can view all transactions on IS-WEb".

 

This is good but does the "yes" also apply to the first part of point two viz. "we will not receive any CMs in our incoming IS-IDEC file"?

 

Please clarify.

 

Thank you again

Shanti


From:
Posted: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 9:48 AM
Subject: Primes/RMs/BMs via IS-IDEC and CMs via IS-WEB

Dear Shanti,

 

Please find the answers to your questions as follows:

 

1. Yes - you will need to notify SIS Ops once you have fully migrated all transaction types.


2. Yes - all transactions (including credit memos) can be viewed on IS-Web.

 

3. Yes - this is possible.

 

Best regards

 
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