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How to submit Special Close Procedures via xLink

To submit SCPs in orders you submit via xLink, add a <dispatchservicelist> element and one or more <dispatchservice> elements within it to the <orderentryinformation> element of your orderentryrequest:

     <orderentryinformation>
          ...
          <dispatchservicelist>
               <dispatchservice>1213</dispatchservice>
          </dispatchservicelist>
          ...
     </orderentryinformation>


You can send more than one SCP by specifying each one in its own dispatchservice element:


     <orderentryinformation>
          ...
          <dispatchservicelist>
               <dispatchservice>1365</dispatchservice>
               <dispatchservice>1213</dispatchservice>
          </dispatchservicelist>
          ...
     </orderentryinformation>


If you aren't authorized for one of the SCPs you are requesting, our response will explain why we are rejecting your request:


      <transactioncodelist>
        <transactioncode id="2500">
          <phrase>Invalid Dispatch Service</phrase>
          <message>Invalid/Unauthorized dispatch service(s).  Please order one of the 
                   valid Dispatch Services :[|2213|2214| ]</message>
        </transactioncode>
      </transactioncodelist>
Please contact your Global Capacity sales team for a list of <dispatchservice> id numbers you are authorized to submit.


We return SCPs in orderstatusresponses

We return a list of an order's SCPs, if it has any, in an orderstatusresponse within the <orderinformation> element:

     <orderinformation>
          ...
          <dispatchservicelist>
               <dispatchservice>1214</dispatchservice>
               <dispatchservice>1213</dispatchservice>
          </dispatchservicelist>
          ...
     </orderinformation>


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