RailTicketIssue request message

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NodeDescriptionValuesOccursExample
<RailTicketIssueRQ>
RailTicketIssueRQ is used to issue a ticket for a rail PNR.1
@version
Version number. 0..1 1.0
@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/>
The RecordLocator of the PNR to issue the ticket for.

1 VP1256
<BillingAndDeliveryData>
Billing and delivery data group1
<FormOfPayment>
The form of payment to use to pay for the rail fare.1
<CreditCard>
Credit card group1
@IsCompanyCard
Attribute IsCompanyCard must be added if the specified credit card is a company card (also referred to as "ghost" card). These include for example: Amex Business Travel Account (BTA) card, MasterCard Central Travel Account (CTA) card.

Values:
Y - yes, is a company card

[Y] 0..1 Y
<CCCode/>
Credit card code. 1 VI
<CCNumber/>
Credit card number. 1 4011236654652341 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<CCExpiration>
Credit card expiration group1
<Month/>
Credit card expiration month. 1 02 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XX
<Year/>
Last two digits of the credit card expiration year. 1 06 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XX
</CCExpiration>
<SecurityID/>
Credit card security number for online transactions (referred to also as CVV2, CVC2, CSC or CID). This is a 3-digit (Visa, Master, Discover) or 4-digit (Amex) number.0..1
<CardholderFirstName/>
Credit card holder's first name. 0..1 JOHN
<CardholderLastName/>
Credit card holder's last name. This is only required for Sabre. 1 SMITH
</CreditCard>
</FormOfPayment>
<AddressGroup>
An AddressGroup of @Use="B" must be specified for the billing address.

An additional AddressGroup of @Type="D" must be specified if the chosen TicketDeliveryOption/@Type is for a delivery by mail (TBM, TBX, TBO or TML).
1..2
@Use
Indicates use of address information. Values are:
B = Billing
D = Delivery

[B] [D] 1 D
<OptionalCompanyName/>
Addressee name if the addressee is an organisation.

0..1 Pass Consulting Group
<OptionalName/>
Addressee's name. Only supported for delivery address (@Use=D). If left out for delivery address, the travelers name will be used instead.

0..1 John Doe
<Address>
Street or PO Box address. 1..2 5301 Blue Lagoon Drive
</Address>
<City>
City name. 1 Miami
</City>
<PostalCode>
Postal code or zip code. 1 33126
</PostalCode>
<StateCode>
State code. 0..1 FL
</StateCode>
<CountryCode>
ISO Country code.
1 US
</CountryCode>
</AddressGroup>
</BillingAndDeliveryData>
<TicketDeliveryOption>
The chosen ticket delivery option.1
@Type
The type of the chosen TicketDeliveryOption.
Values:
- PNR: Ticket is returned as part of PNRViewRS (to be printed out by customer).
- EML: Ticket is sent by email (to be printed out by customer).
- TBC: Ticket is handed out by conductor.
- TOF: Ticket to be picked up at ticket office.
- TVM: Ticket to be picked up at vending machine.
- TBM: Ticket is sent by standard mail.
- TBX: Ticket is sent by express mail.
- TBO: Ticket is sent by overnight mail.
- TML: Ticket is sent by MetroLink (Amtrak only).

[EML] [PNR] [TBC] [TBM] [TBO] [TBX] [TML] [TOF] [TVM] 1 EML
@Destination
The destination of the ticket delivery. If @Destination was returned for the chosen TicketDeliveryOption in PNRViewRS, it must be included here unaltered.

[EU] [GLOBAL] [NA] [UK] 0..1 EU
</TicketDeliveryOption>
<Identification>
The means by which the ticket holder will identify himself when picking up the ticket and/or as the legitimate holder of the ticket during travel.

Only required if IdentificationOptions element was returned in PNRViewRS. The child elements of IdentificationOptions provide details regarding the accepted forms of identification.
0..1
<CreditCard>
Data of credit card which the ticket holder will use to identify himself.1
<CCNumber/>
Credit card number. 1 4011236654652341 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<CCExpiration>
Credit card expiration group1
<Month/>
Credit card expiration month. 1 02 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XX
<Year/>
Last two digits of the credit card expiration year. 1 06 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XX
</CCExpiration>
<CardholderFirstName/>
Card holder's first name.

0..1 JOHN
<CardholderLastName/>
Card holder's last name.

1 SMITH
</CreditCard>
<DebitCard>
Data of debit card which the ticket holder will use to identify himself.1
<DCNumber/>
Debit card number.

1 2248859003145233
<DCExpiration>
Debit card expiration information1
<Month/>
Credit card expiration month as a two digit string (including leading zero).

1 02
<Year/>
Last two digits of the credit card expiration year as a two digit string (including leading zero).

1 06
</DCExpiration>
<BankIdentifcationCode/>
Also referred to as "sort code". Must be provided if DebitCard/@BankIdentificationCodeRequired="Y" in RailPriceRS.

0..1 1234546
<CardholderFirstName/>
Card holder's first name.

0..1 JOHN
<CardholderLastName/>
Card holder's last name.

1 SMITH
</DebitCard>
<IdentityCard>
Data of government issued identity card which the ticket holder will use to identify himself.1
<CardNumber/>
Number of identity card.

1 294523044
<ExpirationDate/>
Expiration date of customer card in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd).

1 2012-10-30
<DateOfBirth/>
Date of birth specified on identity card in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd).

1 2001-12-25
<IssueCountry/>
ISO3166-Alpha2 two letter country code of the country which issued the identity card.

1 DE
<CardholderFirstName/>
Card holder's first name.

0..1 JOHN
<CardholderLastName/>
Card holder's last name.

1 SMITH
</IdentityCard>
<CustomerCard>
Data of customer card issued by the carrier which the ticket holder will use to identify himself.1
@Type
Type of customer card.

[Amtrak] [BahnCard] [BahnBonusCard] 1 Amtrak
<CardNumber/>
Number of customer card.

1 294523044
<ExpirationDate/>
Expiration date of customer card in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd).

1 2012-10-30
</CustomerCard>
</Identification>
<TicketLanguage/>
A two letter ISO language code (lower case) specifying the prefered language for the ticket document. Available languages are returned in PNRViewRS.

0..1 en
</RailTicketIssueRQ>

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