Queue request message

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NodeDescriptionValuesOccursExample
<QueueRQ>
The QueueRQ request suppports two distinct modes of operation: regular mode and "queue mode".

In regular mode each QueueRQ request - whether send within an XX/1 session or not - is "atomic", meaning its effect is unrelated to previous or subsequent QueueRQ requests sent.
The following QueueRQ child elements may only be used in regular mode: Clean, Count, List, Move, Place and Remove.

"Queue mode" on the other hand serves to perform multi step workflows on a specific queue.
The following QueueRQ child elements may only be used in "queue mode": Access, Bounce, EndTransaction, Exit.

All requests of a "queue mode" workflow must be performed within a single XX/1 session. The first step of a "queue mode" workflow is to access a specific queue with QueueRQ/Access. The last step is to exit the queue with QueueRQ/Exit. In between, any number of QueueRQ requests with Bounce and/or EndTransaction may be used to iterate through the PNRs on the queue. It is also possible to send PNRCreateRQ requests to modify PNRs (do not include a RecordLocator - PNRCreateRQ will modify the PNR currently accessed while iterating through the queue!).
1
@NoFareRetrieval
Setting @NoFareRetrieval to "Y" will prevent the retrieval of stored fares when retrieving PNRs. For those CRS where this attribute is supported it will reduce the number of CRS transactions and save processing time.
Values:
Y = do NOT retrieve fares
N = retrieve fares

Default if left out: N

[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
<Access>
Access queue group.
ENTER QUEUE MODE (Lock session before!)
The response message will return the first PNR on the queue.
0..1
@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.
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 0..1 B1TX
<QueueCategory>
Queue category. 0..1 7
@DateRange
Date range identifier for a specific date range defined for this queue category. The format of the identifier is GDS/CRS specific.

0..1 2
</QueueCategory>
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
</Access>
<Bounce>
Bounce queue group. Step through queue (must be in queue mode). The response message will return a new PNR from the queue.0..1
@Action
Action to apply to current PNR before moving ("bouncing") to next PNR.

Values are:
I = Ignore changes to current PNR (if any) and leave it on queue.

R = Ignore changes to current PNR (if any) and remove PNR from queue.

E = End transact changes to current PNR and remove it from queue.

[I] [R] [E] 1 I
<ForwardNumber/>
Allows the capability to move forward a specified number of pnrs or messages while working in a queue. 1 7
<BackwardNumber/>
Allows the capability to move backward a specified number of pnrs or messages while working in a queue. 1 10
</Bounce>
<Count>
Count queue group.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE IN QUEUE MODE (will result in error message)!
0..1
@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.
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 0..1 B1TX
<QueueCategory>
Queue category. 0..1 11
</QueueCategory>
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
<AllQueues/>
Retrieve the count of all queues. Possible value: Y
[Y] 1 Y
</Count>
<List>
List group.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE IN QUEUE MODE (will result in error message)!
0..1
@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.
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 0..1 B1TX
<QueueCategory>
Queue category. 0..1 7
@DateRange
Date range identifier for a specific date range defined for this queue category. The format of the identifier is GDS/CRS specific.

0..1 2
</QueueCategory>
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
</List>
<Move>
Move queue group. Use to move one or more PNRs from one queue (category) to another.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE IN QUEUE MODE (will result in error message)!
0..1
@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.
<FromQueue>
Move from queue group1
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 0..1 B1TX
<QueueCategory>
Queue category.

NOTE: Currently only supported for Amadeus, Worldspan and Galileo!

0..1 11
</QueueCategory>
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
</FromQueue>
<ToQueue>
Move to queue group1
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 0..1 B1TX
<QueueCategory>
Queue category.

NOTE: Currently only supported for Amadeus, Worldspan and Galileo!

0..1 11
</QueueCategory>
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
</ToQueue>
<RecordLocator/>
Record locator of a PNR to move from one queue to another.

NOTE: Currently only supported for Amadeus!

1 LNJ20K
<NumberItems/>
Number of PNRs (starting from the head of the "from" queue) to be moved.

If both RecordLocator and NumberItems are left out, the first PNR on the "from" queue will be moved.

1 50
</Move>
<Place>
Place queue group.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE IN QUEUE MODE (will result in error message)!
0..1
@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.
<RecordLocator/>
PNR record locator to place queue. 0..1 LNJ20K
<QueueCategory>
Queue category. 1 11
</QueueCategory>
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 1 B1TX
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
<Queue>
1..N
<QueueCategory>
Queue category. 1 11
</QueueCategory>
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 1 B1TX
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
</Queue>
<Date/>
The future date to for queue placement.

0..1 2009-10-21
</Place>
<Remove>
Remove queue group.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE IN QUEUE MODE (will result in error message)!
0..1
@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.
<RecordLocator/>
Record locator of a PNR to be removed from queue. If not present, either the current PNR (if there is one in the AAA) will be removed from the specified queue or all PNRs on this queue.0..1
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 0..1 B1TX
<QueueCategory>
Queue category. 0..1 7
@DateRange
Date range identifier for a specific date range defined for this queue category. The format of the identifier is GDS/CRS specific.

0..1 2
</QueueCategory>
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
</Remove>
<Clean>
Removes from a specific queue, PNRs that have past dates or have no itinerarys.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE IN QUEUE MODE (will result in error message)!
0..1
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency pseudo city code. 0..1 B1TX
<QueueCategory>
Queue category. 0..1 7
@DateRange
Date range identifier for a specific date range defined for this queue category. The format of the identifier is GDS/CRS specific.

0..1 2
</QueueCategory>
<QueueNumber/>
Queue number. 1 5
<QueueName/>
Queue name. 1 PASS
</Clean>
<Exit>
Exit queue group.
EXIT QUEUE MODE (Release session afterwards!)
0..1
@TransactionType
Exit transaction type. Possible values are:
E = Exit and End Transact
RN = Exit and Remove from Queue
QEP = Exit and Queue place
I = Exit and Ignore
OFF = Exit Queue

[E] [I] [OFF] [RN] [QEP] 0..1 E
@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.
</Exit>
<EndTransaction>
End transaction (for use in queue mode). Depending on the @TransactionType the response message will return the next or current PNR from the queue.0..1
@TransactionType
End transact request.
Values are:
ER = End transaction and redisplay pnr while on queue
IN = Ignore and place pnr back on queue/ displays next pnr on queue
RN= End transaction and remove pnr from queue/ displays next pnr on queue
LN = End transaction and leave pnr on queue/ displays next pnr on queue

[ER] [IN] [RN] [LN] 1 IN
</EndTransaction>
</QueueRQ>

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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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