An automatic solution issuing system sells rail tickets. Users choose their vacation spot, and input a debit card and an individual identification number. The rail solution is issued and their visa or mastercard account charged with its cost. When an individual presses the beginning button, a menu screen of potential destinations is activated plus a message to the user to choose a vacation spot. Once a destination has been chosen, users are wanted to source their visa or mastercard. Its validity is checked out and the user is then wanted to input an individual identifier. If the credit business deal has been validated, the ticket is released. Ambiguities and omissions include: Can a person buy several tickets for the same vacation spot together or must they be bought individually? Can customers cancel a demand if a mistake has been made?