QBotic Pro PNR Control v0.5

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Sometimes you need a way to tell QBotic Pro to do something different for just one
particular reissue. You can configure a single PNR for a special waiver code,
endorsement text, tour code or baggage allowance. When you enter these special
codes into the PNR you specify what validating carrier they apply to. Then, when
this validating carrier is detected, QBotic will use these codes rather than any codes
you may have placed in the configuration files.

Additionally, for partially flown reissues, you may tell QBotic to add some extra
parameters to the WFR entry. When found in the PNR this applies to all validating

Waiver Code
If you want QBotic to add a waiver code into the endorsement field enter it into the
PNR this way: 5H-QBPRO/WAIVER/(validating carrier code)/(waiver code)
For example: 5H-QBPRO/WAIVER/LH/123456

If you add a waiver code and the combined endorsement is too long QBotic will
reject the reissue in robotic mode. In assist mode the agent can adjust the text to fit.

If you have configured the validating carrier for Mandatory Waiver (MW) and you
have sent the waiver code to the airline another way, you may enter MANDATORY
as the waiver code to satisfy the mandatory waiver requirement. But no additional
waiver code will be added to the reissue.

Endorsement Text
You can specify endorsement text for this PNR only. 1 or 2 lines of text can be added
for a combined maximum of 58 characters. When entering the remark for line 1 you
also indicate whether the endorsement text should be added to the existing
endorsement or should replace the existing endorsement.

The first endorsement text remark is entered into the PNR this way:
5H-QBPRO/END1/(validating carrier code)/(A or R)/(endorsement text)

The second endorsement text remark is entered into the PNR this way:
5H-QBPRO/END2/(validating carrier code)/(endorsement text)
If you add endorsement text and the combined endorsement is too long QBotic will
reject the reissue in robotic mode. In assist mode the agent can adjust the text to fit.

Tour Code
If you want QBotic to add a tour code enter it into the PNR this way:
5H-QBPRO/TC/(validating carrier code)/(tour code)
For example: 5H-QBPRO/TC/LH/I*/33EFR22
For example: 5H-QBPRO/TC/LH/B*/33EFR22
For example: 5H-QBPRO/TC/LH//33EFR22

You must include I* or B* if you want this type of tour code added.

A tour code found in the PNR will replace a tour code found in the configuration file
for this carrier.

Additional WFR Parameters
For partially flown reissues only you may add additional parameters to the WFR
entry. These apply to any validating carrier in the PNR. Enter them into the PNR in
this way: 5H-QBPRO/WFR/(parameter 1)/(parameter 2)…
For example: 5H-QBPRO/WFR/PSTU/XO
QBotic Pro changes the slash to a cross-of-Lorraine automatically. In the example
above ¥PSTU¥XO would be added to the normal WFR entry for any partially flown
reissues in this PNR.

Baggage Allowance
If you want QBotic to apply a certain baggage allowance to the reissued tickets you
can enter it into the PNR this way: 5H-QBPRO/BAG/(validating carrier
code)/(baggage allowance code)
For example: 5H-QBPRO/BAG/DL/NIL

Keep in mind that this baggage allowance will override any baggage allowance
stored in the extended ETR or in the validating carrier configuration file and will be
applicable to all passengers and all segments.

Baggage Allowance by Segment & Passenger
This control remark is just like the one for baggage allowance except that it allows
you to enter a different remark for some passengers and/or segments. For example,
use this remark if you have different baggage requirements for the adults and the
children or infants. Or perhaps the domestic flights have a baggage allowance that is
different from the domestic flights. Enter it into the PNR this way:
5H-QBPRO/BSP/(validating carrier)/(segment number)/(passenger
number)/(baggage allowance code)
For example: 5H-QBPRO/BSP/DL/1/4.1/01P
You can also use an asterisk (*) to indicate all segments or all passengers. This will
help reduce the number of remarks needed. Say for example you have four
segments, 1, 2, 3 and 4 and three passengers, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3. Passengers 1.1 and 1.2
are adults and have a 01P allowance. Passenger 1.3 is an infant and has a NIL
allowance. It would be entered into the PNR like this:

Since the same baggage allowance applies to all the segments you can just use *
rather than specifying each segment individually. Likewise, if the baggage varies by
segment but not by passenger, specify each segment number and use * for the
passenger numbers.

If baggage allowance is only needed for one passenger or segment it is acceptable to
just enter the remark as needed. In the absence of a matching PNR control remark
the normal baggage allowance assignment will be followed.

*** Please Note *** We do not recommend mixing normal baggage allowance PNR
control remark with baggage by segment/passenger PNR control remarks. But if
you do the baggage by segment/passenger remark will be used first.

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