Encode response message

Tabular overview of all nodes, which may occur in this message. See legend below for description of table columns.
Note: Some sibling elements or complete sub-trees of the hierarchy may be defined as mutually exclusive alternative choices. This information cannot be expressed in this tabular overview. Please refer to schema diagram for a graphical representation of the message schema.

NodeDescriptionValuesOccursExample
<EncodeRS>
Encode response root element1
@version
Version number. 0..1 1.0
@Lang
ISO language code. A two letter code as defined by ISO-639-1. This code specifies the requested language for text content. Default value is 'en'.0..1
<InfoGroup>
Error and information group0..1
<ForInfo>
Information group0..N
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
@SourceRef
PNR Record Locator associated to Source attribute.0..1
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</ForInfo>
<Error>
Error group0..N
@ErrorType
Type of error. 1 Air
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
@SourceRef
PNR Record Locator associated to Source attribute.0..1
<Code/>
Error code or equipment type code. 1 0104 (error code), 747 (equipment code)
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
<UnderlyingError>
Errors of the backend system can be returned here.0..N
@Code
error code of the backend system.0..1
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</UnderlyingError>
</Error>
<BackOffice>
Generic back office response container. Serves as a placeholder for any context specific content.0..1
</BackOffice>
</InfoGroup>
<CodeList>
Backend specific list of codes matching the requested string.
Note: There can be CityCodes, POICodes, AddressCodes in one result.
(CodeList now contains a sequence, no longer a choice)
0..1
<CityCode>
Backend specific city code for requested city name. 0..N
@CityName
Corresponding city name - may differ from request string if backend system supports similar name search.1
@CountryCode
Country, where city is located as two letter code defined by ISO-3166-1 (ALPHA2).
0..1 DE, US.
@CountrySubdivisionCode
Subdivision, where city is located. Second part of the ISO3166-2 code.
0..1 NY ... state New York (US) BY ... Bavaria (DE) CRF ... Cardiff (GB) 37 ... Shandong (CN)
@Latitude
Degree of latitude. Values range from -90 to +90
Positive values refer to latitudes north, negative values to latitudes south of the equator.

[-90] to [90]0..1 -49.9856
@Longitude
Degree of longitude. Values range from -180 to +180
Positive values refer to longitudes east, negative values to longitudes west of the zero (Greenwich) meridian.

[-180] to [180]0..1 -123.87611
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
</CityCode>
<POICode>
Backend specific point of interest code for requested point of interest name. 0..N
@POIName
Name of point of interest.1
@POIType
OTA REF code (Reference Point Category Code) or some ( deprecated ! ) string code.
Deprecated values:
AIR
CULTURE
GASTRONOMY
PARK
HOTEL
SHOPPING
PARKING
PUBLICFACILITIY
RENTALCAR
SPORT
TOURISM
HOSTEL
0..1 34
@CityName
City name.0..1
@CountryCode
Country, where POI is located as two letter code defined by ISO-3166-1 (ALPHA2).
0..1 DE, US.
@Latitude
Degree of latitude. Values range from -90 to +90
Positive values refer to latitudes north, negative values to latitudes south of the equator.

[-90] to [90]0..1 -49.9856
@Longitude
Degree of longitude. Values range from -180 to +180
Positive values refer to longitudes east, negative values to longitudes west of the zero (Greenwich) meridian.

[-180] to [180]0..1 -123.87611
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
</POICode>
<AddressCode>
Backend specific address code for requested address name. 0..N
@AddressName
Address name.1
@Latitude
Degree of latitude. Values range from -90 to +90
Positive values refer to latitudes north, negative values to latitudes south of the equator.

[-90] to [90]0..1 -49.9856
@Longitude
Degree of longitude. Values range from -180 to +180
Positive values refer to longitudes east, negative values to longitudes west of the zero (Greenwich) meridian.

[-180] to [180]0..1 -123.87611
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
</AddressCode>
</CodeList>
</EncodeRS>

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ColumnDescription
NodeName of message node (element or attribute). Nodes in bold type are mandatory, if their parent element occurs in the message. Point mouse cursor at table cell to view complete XPath.
DescriptionDescription of meaning and usage of the node.
ValuesList of predefined values (each in square brackets) or range of values ("[a] to [z]") allowed for the node, if formally defined in the schema.
OccursMinimum and maximum number of times the node must/may occur, if its parent element occurs in the message. Examples:
0..3 Node is optional and may occur up to 3 times.
1..N Node must occur at least one (mandatory) and may occur any number of times.
2 Node must occur exactly twice.
ExampleExample value for the node.

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