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Using Your Sabre ID and Other IDs

After you and Sabre agree on all terms, Sabre assigns a Sabre ID and PCC. This ID grants access to the PRODUCTION and CERT environments of Sabre Red 360 and the Sabre GDS (host). The Sabre ID and PCC are the same in both environments, but the passwords for each environment differ.

CERT ID and PCC

Your CERT Sabre ID and PCC log you in to the following systems:

  • Sabre Red 360 in development mode

  • CERT environment of the Sabre GDS from Sabre emulator

  • CERT Sabre Red 360

PROD ID and PCC

Your PROD Sabre ID and PCC log you in to the following systems and sites:

  • PROD environment of the Sabre GDS from Sabre emulator

  • PROD Sabre Red 360

  • Agency eServices (http://eservices.sabre.com). You can access resources and also identify troubleshooting resources using this site. For more info, see Red Apps Resources and the Red App Developer FAQs.

  • Sabre Red App Centre (https://www.sabreredappcentre.sabre.com/). After you log in, you can access the Dev Centre. The Dev Centre is one of several sections in the Sabre Red App Centre. This documentation refers to sections on the Red App Center when a distinction is needed, however, you always log in to the Red App Center, and then navigate to the section that you want.

Note
Sabre GDS passwords expire after 45 days without activity. To avoid automatic expiration of your passwords, you are advised to log in to each environment of the Sabre GDS regularly. You must also reset or change your passwords every 90 days.
Note
For help with login credentials and using the Sabre GDS, refer to Red Apps Developer FAQs. In particular, see the following sections in the FAQs: "Sabre Login Issues" and "Sabre GDS Help".

Other IDs

Other IDs that you may use are described as follows.

  • DevStream. Sabre assigns you another ID to access the Red Apps group in the DevStream community, where you can contact other Red App Certified providers and Sabre resources for questions or comments on developing Red Apps.

  • Developer Resource Center website. If you have the proper agreements to use Sabre Web Services, you also receive a login ID for this repository. This repository contains all documentation and resources for developing with Sabre Web Services.