PCS IP 6.0 XML examples

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Please find attached to this documentation some examples that were made in PCS Test 3 with PCS Envelope Concept in the format of PCS IP 6.0. Below, you can find the explanation of the examples.

Daily train with one variant and traditional borders

Path requests have been created both sides of the border for 1-7. There is only one variant on both sides. From the border points point of view the situation is the following:

  • Last Czech point: Břeclav přednádraží (SZDC), responsible IM is SZDC
  • First Austrian point: Breclav pred (ÖBB), responsible IM is ÖBB

Daily train with one variant and single borders

Path requests have been created both sides of the border for 1-7. There is only one variant on both sides. From the border points point of view the situation is the following:

  • Last Czech point: Břeclav přednádraží (SZDC), responsible IM is SZDC
  • First Austrian point: Břeclav přednádraží (SZDC), responsible IM is ÖBB

Daily train with 2 variants on one side of the border and traditional borders

Path requests have been created both sides of the border. In Czechia, there are two path requests: one for 1-5 arrival in Breclav 13:00, one for 6-7 arrival in Breclav 12:45. In Austria, there is only one path request for 1-7 departure in Breclav 13:15.

From the border points point of view the situation is the following:

  • Last Czech point: Břeclav přednádraží (SZDC), responsible IM is SZDC
  • First Austrian point: Breclav pred (ÖBB), responsible IM is ÖBB

Alternative destination on the border, calendar consistency with traditional borders

Path requests have been created both sides of the border. In Czechia, there are two path requests: one for 1-5 arrival in Breclav 13:00, one for 6-7 arrival in Breclav 12:45. In Austria, there is only one path request for 1-5 departure in Breclav 13:15. Breclav in the 6-7 sub-path on the Czech side is marked as an alternative destination because the train stops there on the weekends and doesn't continue to Austria. Even if there are 1-7 running days on the Czech side, but 1-5 running days on the Austrian side, the dossier is still consistent, because Breclav in Czechia is marked as an alternative destination.

From the border points point of view the situation is the following:

  • Last Czech point: Břeclav přednádraží (SZDC), responsible IM is SZDC
  • First Austrian point: Breclav pred (ÖBB), responsible IM is ÖBB

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