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View Airport Display Management

Category:Web Reservation System -> Portals

Airport Display Management

Airport Display Management

Overview
This feature requires web version 2.45 or later. The Hudson web system allows you to display airports in a portal that are not displayed globally or you can take a globally displayed airport and have it not display in a portal. Part of this functionality comes from a setting in the WEB UTILITY/AIRPORT CONFIGURATION called ENABLE (7 fields from the top on the right side).

Setting ENABLE to YES will make the airport appear globally and it will be referred to as a “global airport”. Setting ENABLE to NO will hide the airport unless specifically called up for use in a portal and will be referred to as a “hidden airport”.

Calling Up a Hidden Airport in a Portal
To call up a hidden airport in a portal you will need to add a code string to the WEB EDITED OPTIONS field in the WEB UTILITY/GROUP CONFIGURATION. The code is as follows:

PGH=ADDAIRPORT:zzzfares.db

Where zzz is the airport code for the hidden airport that you want to display in the portal.

Hiding a Global Airport in a Portal
To hide a global airport in a portal you will need to add a code string to the WEB EDITED OPTIONS field in the WEB UTILITY/GROUP CONFIGURATION. The code is as follows:

PGH=REMAIRPORT:xxxfares.db

Where xxx is the airport code for the global airport that you want to hide in a portal.

Hiding Multiple Global Airports in a Portal
To hide a multiple global airports in a portal you will need to add a code string to the WEB EDITED OPTIONS field in the WEB UTILITY/GROUP CONFIGURATION. The code is as follows:

PGH=REMAIRPORT:xxxfares.db~yyyfares.db~zzzfares.db

Where xxx, yyy and zzz are the airport codes for the global airports that you want to hide in a portal.

Hiding the DEFAULT Airport
Each Hudson web system has a DEFAULT AIRPORT designated in WEB UTILITY/GENERAL CONFIGURATIONS. If you are hiding a global airport and that airport is the DEFAULT airport globally, you will then need to add a code string to the WEB EDITED OPTIONS field in the WEB UTILITY/GROUP CONFIGURATION to designate a new default airport to be used in the portal. The code is as follows:

PGH=CURFAREDB:yyyfares.db

Where yyy is the airport code for the airport that is active in the portal and has been selected as the default airport for the portal.

To hide an airport in the KIOSK

Add a token called KIOSK_AIRPORTS inside the token add the airports you want displayed separated by a ~ (ie jfk~lga)

Important Notes
Add the above string after any other codes that might already be in the WEB EDITED PROFILE OPTIONS field. Separate the different codes with a comma. Do NOT use a space after the comma. Spaces are never used in the WEB EDITED PROFILE OPTIONS field.

We suggest that you use the copy/paste function to copy the code from this page and paste it into your GROUP CONFIGURATION.

 



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