PNRSplit request message

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Splits an existing PNR into two PNRs, each containing part of the content of the original PNR. 1
Record locator of the existing PNR to be split.

1 X3GH97
Received from field.

Use TravelerGroup element to split an exisiting PNR into two PNRs, each containing a subset of the travelers of the original PNR.

A split from group PNR is not supported by Apollo.
A split of travelers and unassigned travelers together on same group pnr is not supported by Worldspan.
Each Traveler element specifies a named traveler of the existing PNR to be moved from the existing to the (associated) PNR newly created by the split.0..N
ElementNumber of the Traveler in the existing PNR.

1 2
If PNR to split is a group PNR, the number of unassigned travelers to split into new PNR can be specified.
Not supported by Apollo.

0..1 5
Use SourcePNRGroup element to split an exisiting SuperPNR into two SuperPNRs, each containing a subset of the source PNRs of the original SuperPNR.

Only supported by PASS SuperPNR component.
Each SourcePNR element identifies a source PNR to move from the existing SuperPNR to the SuperPNR newly created by the spilt.1..N
The identifier of the source of the PNR.

1 1A
The record locator of the source PNR.

1 UZ6G9L


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1..N Node must occur at least one (mandatory) and may occur any number of times.
2 Node must occur exactly twice.
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