Dyna Gate


Many tour operators, service provider and also travel agency chains work with particularly programmed reservation systems, which are attached to CRS via STADIS® communication. To use dynamic partial masks the CRS makes it possible for the user in the future to do a reservation without previous knowledge , because the input of shortterm expressions in the TOMA® mask is no longer necessary. DynaGate serves the translation of the new technology into the usual STADIS® format. Thus adjustments at existing gateways can be avoided.

Dynamic partial masks

Depending upon the requirements with DynaGate the tour operator has the possibility automatically to direct the user to a dynamic partial mask flow diagram in which gradually the information for the desired booking can be entered. DynaGate uses vacancy requests to the existing STADIS® gateway for the setting up of selection lists, in which the user can mark the desired service directly. After end of the defined operational sequence the booking informations are brought again into the TOMA® mask, before the desired action can be released by the user.  .

Gateway frame

DynaGate was developed on the basis of the dynamic gateway frame developed by znt-Richter in an alliance between the IT companies znt-Richter and GK System.The dynamic gateway frame serves the connection of systems with different interface definitions.

Avoid adjustments

With DynaGate the new echnology can be used favorably. By connecting the adapted gateway frame adjustments at existing gateways are not necessary. Dynagate can be used by all tour operators and  corresponds with all usual systems.

Procedural model

Per Terminal number with message entrance a session in the session memory is provided, in which the information is hold during the entire procedure.

  • The necessary intermediate storage of status informations for the processing of messages is already integrated in DynaGate.
  • By means of the dynamic interface definition DynaGate analyzes entering STADIS® - and other messages and divides these items of information defined in accordance of the record descripton. 
  • Subsequently the use of rules takes place, which indicate the flow sequence of different actions in a XML configuration. The items of information form here the basis for the impact of actions.
  • The actions use parts of the before received items of information, in order to set STADIS® messages together and to send these to the existing gateway.
  • The answer proceeds similarly. The information received from the existing STADIS® gateway is divided and presented in defined Interfaces to the terminal.

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