The Ground Operation XML Messaging toolkit (GOXML) is accessible to customers who obtain the latest edition of the Airport Handling Manual (AHM) digital version in the IATA e-pub library, driving development of digital messages, supporting aviation stakeholders in moving towards digitalization of ground operations.
There are four documents available for download: the AHM 565 XML Editor, the X565 Editor User Guide, the X565 Aircraft semipermanent data exchange implementation guidelines, and the schema itself.
This section includes XML messages which are compatible with industry standards. By implementing XML messages, the organization will benefit from aspects including reducing the cost of message development, transmission and maintenance as well as facilitating direct exchange of data.
AHM 565 XML Editor
The X565 Editor is a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet application which facilitates the viewing and modification of IATA X565 XML datafiles used for the automated exchange of DCS data between aircraft manufacturers, airlines and DCS providers. The editor includes an embedded function that allows the user to create a new X565 XML file which includes any modifications made whilst viewing the data in the spreadsheets of the Aircraft Semi Permanent Data Exchange.
X565 Editor User Guide
A comprehensive user guide for the Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet application that facilitates the viewing and modification of X565 XML datafiles used for the automated exchange of DCS data between aircraft manufacturers, airlines and DCS providers.
X565 Aircraft semi-permanent data exchange implementation guidelines
This tool provides a high‐level description of the XML data structure and is intended to provide implementation guidelines for software vendors intending to develop applications for the creation or receiving of IATA standardised digital weight & balance data.
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