Questions about Flash

Flash is entering host commands too quickly which is causing the keyboard to lock up?
You can adjust the speed by selecting the options tab on Flash and increase the number set on the 'delay factor for the host' option.

Does the ttr.ini file change for each business function in Flash ?
Yes, Flash has different settings depending whether it is processing messages or PNRs. Your Airlogica representative can help you ensure that you have the correct settings. Top

I am trying to process a PNR queue and Flash keeps telling me that "the queue you have selected is not a PNR queue"
This is caused by incorrect settings in your ttr.ini file. Make sure the following ini settings are in place: Q_for_PNRs = XXX
Queue_Rotation_Plan = XXX=9999,
Perform_TTL = Yes

I am trying to use Flash for different purposes and need to set up different versions on the same PC but under different directories on my c: drive. However the additional versions do not work correctly?
Check to ensure that the correct driver and script files are being read by looking to see which files are being pointed at under the options and the user tabs.

What should I send to Airlogica if I find a problem?
To recreate a problem, Airlogica require a copy of the script, the ttr.ini file and audit trail.

What do script variables do and how are the identified?
Variables in scripts are very useful. They can be identified by an "&" appearing in front of them. When Flash retrieves a PNR or Message it will first run through the complete script and set the "variables" - I have included an example below: PNR Example DT C7AXPT C/01NOV00 U/28NOV00
1. 1CORNACCHIO/KEVIN
1 ARNK
2 JL006 C 21DEC NRTJFK HK1 1200 1015 CABIN C #2
MARKETED BY AA **DONT TOUCH**
NON/mmm1004/web/bredi1/old_homedirMOKING
ARRIVAL AT JFK TERMINAL 1
*SEASONS* MAGIC1/SHINSEDAI-JUMBO
1*SSR NSST JL HK1 JL006C21DEC 1CORNACCHIO/KEVI SEAT 28H
RMKS- 1.DIVIDED PNR/NEW*U4TGAT/28NOV/ZZTR/CRC
RLOC-TULAAUZIZIZ

User variables are:
&ALTERNATE_DATE = 14DEC
&ADTK_RESPONSE = SSR ADTK AA TO JL BY
&REST = OTHERWISE WILL BE XLD
&VALID_FLIGHT = USA_CAN
&INSIDE14 = 07DEC
&INSIDE7 = 14DEC
&INSIDE3 = 18DEC
&PRIOR7 = -00007
&PRIOR14 = -00014
&PRIOR21 = -00021
&PRIOR28 = -00028
&PRIOR35 = -00035


You will note all the "variables" which have been set according to specific procedures. The "variables" are unique and will change for each PNR or message

Once the variables are captured we can then use a PNR_Claim command - for example PNR_Claim "TKGDATE from creation due &INSIDE14„&ADTK_Response &INSIDE14 &REST„FLASH FIRMING"

PNR_Claim tells Flash what entries to make into the HOST system - it uses the information captured in the variable checks above.

For example - if the variables are set to the following:

&ADTK_Response = SSR ADTK AA TO JL BY
&INSIDE14 = 07DEC
&REST = OTHERWISE WILL BE XLD

Flash will then enter the following commands into the Host System

5*TKGDATE FROM CREATION DUE 07DEC
SSR ADTK AA TO JL BY 07DEC OTHERWISE WILL BE XLD
5*FLASH FIRMING


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