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Attachmate INFOConnect Airlines Gateway Version 3.0, Service Pack 1 August 2009


This document contains information about the version 3.0 release Service Pack 1 of Attachmate INFOConnect Airlines Gateway. INFOConnect Airlines Gateway is a combination of software components and administrative tools that run on a Windows server. You can use this product to manage communication between networked PCs and SABRE, Galileo/Apollo, EDS Shares, or any host that supports MATIP protocol including Amadeus and Worldspan.

For additional information about INFOConnect Airlines Gateway Version 3.0, visit our support Web site at

What's in Service Pack 1

This service pack includes the following features:

Access to EDS Shares via TCP/IP

A new Airlines Gateway transport library provides access to the EDS Shares mainframe via TCP/IP. The EDS Shares mainframe must be running software that supports TCP/IP. For more information, contact EDS Shares.

UDP/IP access remains available.

Inactivity Timer

An optional inactivity timer has been added to INFOConnect Gateway. If a session has been inactive, with no data passed in either direction for a given amount of time, the session can be terminated and its address returned to the available pool.

Installation Notes

This service pack requires INFOConnect Airlines Gateway 3.0 to be installed.

Installing the Service Pack to a Local Installation

To install the INFOConnect Gateway service pack to a local installation, from the CD image, run Install.exe and select the option to run the service pack. This runs the rpatch.exe utility, which you can also save and apply to an administrative image. For more information, see the included documentation (rpatch.chm). You can also manually run the INFOConnect Gateway 3.0 Service Pack 1 MSP file.

Installing the Patch from the Command Line

To install the INFOConnect Gateway service pack from the command line or a batch file, use the following command:

msiexec.exe /p [filename].msp REINSTALL=ALL REINSTALLMODE=omus

where [filename].msp is the name of the service pack file.

The Microsoft Windows Installer provides a variety of additional command line options for customizing installation. For more information, see the Microsoft Windows Installer documentation.