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ContextChangeLLSRQ

Overview

This service authorizes users to change PCCs, assign duty codes, and for Airline customers, to change partitions. It builds the Sabre® host system formats required to do so.

Sample Sabre® host system entries

  • AAA7TZA - This entry changes or emulates (AAA) another PCC, in this case, "7TZA". In order to successfully change AAA, both branch and AAA access must be open between the two locations. EPRs doing this should have the "SUBAAA" keyword assigned to them as well. More information on what is required to be able to change PCCs can be found at Sabre Central: https://central.sabre.com/s/article/how-to-changeemulate-to-another-pcc-aaa.
  • SI9 - Assigns the duty code 9 to the current user. The "SI(duty code)" command is used before the Sabre® host system entries that require it. In order to successfully change the duty code, the active user account must be authorized to change to the specified duty code within its Employee Profile Record (EPR).
  • SI7971-IPCC - Oversign an alternate account onto the current active session.
  • //XX - For Airline customers, this host command allows them to change partitions. In order to successfully change the partition, the active user account must be authorized to change partitions within its Employee Profile Record (EPR). In regards to changing the partition, if this API is consumed without errors, the response SOAP envelope returns a new security token via the node. All subsequent request envelopes must utilize this new security token. The former security token is invalid, and therefore, cannot be used.

Common errors

NOT ALLOWED THIS CITY - This is returned when you (EPR) try to change/emulate to another PCC but branch access to a particular PCC is missing or the SUBAAA keyword is not present in the EPR's configuration. More information on what is needed to change or emulate to another PCC can be found in Sabre Central at https://central.sabre.com/s/article/how-to-changeemulate-to-another-pcc-aaa.

INVALID AGENT ID OR PASSCODE - Either the "Username" or "Password" used are incorrect. This could mean that the user does not exist or that the entries were typed in incorrectly.