Last post Jan 04, 2014 02:52 PM by ErAlokS
Jan 04, 2014 04:33 AM|ErAlokS|LINK
First of all happy & prosper new year. now coming to my question i have been trying hard from 3 days straight to find sabre tutorials on google but i cant find it anywhere.
I have this project in my new company and my boss was using some other other programmer, now i am at this job but without any documentation & the code is all messy. now i have conveniced my boss to recreate the application, and i know how to consume the webservices
but without knowing needed parameters and documentation its very hard for me.
So what i need is if someone can direct me to sabre tutorials, i dont see anything on sabre.com itself.
FYI: i am using asp.net c#[n-tier] with framework 4.0
Jan 04, 2014 08:40 AM|damienBod|LINK
This post answer a similiar question
Jan 04, 2014 09:58 AM|ErAlokS|LINK
thanks for posting these answers, but unfortunately this is not what i am seeking, i want to know about GDS webservice parameters/documentation as i already have webservice consumed project , i want to clean the code. So i need to know what format of data
is coming up from services.
thanks for your time & Regards
Jan 04, 2014 10:03 AM|Rion Williams|LINK
Are you sure that your are explicitly referring to
Sabre.com and not SabreHospitality.com? (Althought they are owned by the same corporation)
The second site is a distributed global travel and booking system that seems that it would be a bit more involved to actually connect to. I don't see anything that is pubically accessiable regarding their API or documentation relating to some of the web
services that it provides (which I am sure you would have access to after enrolling in their system).
It's likely that they have an API that would just involve passing parameters to the appropriate web services (but without any documentation it would be quite difficult). You would also likely require some key to access these same Web Services (if
Sabre requires any kind of monthly fee to use them) as they would likely not want to expose their data to just anyone.
If you need some advice on using Web Services in ASP.NET, I would recommend the following resources :
It's unlikely that you are going to find a tutorial however on implementing Sabre in ASP.NET unless it is explicitly from Sabre as while I was researching for this question, several job and freelancing opportunities popped up paying several thousand dollars
requesting the same thing.
Jan 04, 2014 10:05 AM|Rion Williams|LINK
The only one that would have that available documentation would be Sabre as it is their API / Web Services.
You should contact them if you are planning on using their services and they should be able to provide you with the appropriate documentation. If you are attempting to use their Web Services without their consent or are attempting to avoid any type of payment
that they might require or reverse engineering (which you really shouldn't be doing) then I'm afraid you'll likely have a great deal of trial and error ahead.
Jan 04, 2014 02:52 PM|ErAlokS|LINK
thanks for the info, but no we are not doing any black hat practice .the problem is my boss is non-technical and he have purchsed sabre services but the previous programmer messed up all the code even simple search is taking 3-4 minutes, and unfortuanetly
he is out of reach[which is pretty logical after what he have done]. Now i have to fix it and their is no doc to find out. But now as you have pointed out ,i will ask my boss to connect me with sabre support i am doing airline system right now after this is
the hospitality thanks for the link and everything.