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I'm currently working on a tool to map EDIFACT files that are issued from the Amadeus ALTEA system used by airlines for all their operations. Does anyone a documentation or implementation guide to understand each component, segment and function in the files?
Posted 29-Jun-12 5:28am
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Solution 1

Let me Google[^] that for you.
Mabchour 1989 29-Jun-12 11:45am
This is ain't a joke, I'm seriously looking for the documentation because it's not on Google and will never be, it"s proper to Amadeus but still some programmers get the chance to get it for the work i'm resuired to do!
mark merrens 29-Jun-12 11:58am
Who's joking? You should have stated that in your post and you might consider talking to the UN directly.
If you are working with it then do it properly. If it costs why would you expect someone else to just give it to you for nothing and if it's free go get it.
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Solution 2

Not in Google, huh?

Then explain how I found this[^], this[^], and this download site[^] for the documentation.

And I forgot to post this guide[^] on understanding EDIFACT.

I found that stuff in all of 10 seconds on Google. You really need to upgrade your Google-Fu skills.
Mabchour 1989 29-Jun-12 13:44pm
No sir, I don't need that version of EDIFACT, Ive already found it maaany weeks ago, I need THE AMADEUS Version, not the UN, amadeus uses its own and its documentation is rare.
Dave Kreskowiak 29-Jun-12 15:18pm
Wow. This ( took another 15 seconds to find.

I assume this is the company you're looking for. If you're still looking for the docs, there's a "Contact Us" link on the left side of the page. That's who you talk to to get the documentation.\
Mabchour 1989 29-Jun-12 15:50pm
they don't give it
Dave Kreskowiak 29-Jun-12 16:12pm
If they don't give it away for free, the chance of you finding it for free are very close to if not zero.

Why should anyone give you something for free that they had to pay out the nose for?

Mabchour 1989 29-Jun-12 16:38pm
They do, but it"s only for projects they are involved in, not for academic purposes, i need it for academic purposes ;..
Dave Kreskowiak 29-Jun-12 20:05pm
Well then, it looks like you're changing your project!
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Solution 3

I have it, we are using it to capture the tickets details into the back office system.

Anyway, it's not free and not available on the web. Actually it cost US$ 2000 so I don't think that you will be able to use it for academic purposes.

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