5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

Post by Matt Port » Wed, 20 May 1998 04:00:00



I'm using the following /etc/printcap on a Redhat 5.0 system to print to a
5SI MX on a JetDirect interface.

----snip----

lp|hp5si:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/hp5si:\
:lp=/dev/null:\
:sh:\
:rm=192.168.40.10:\
:rp=raw:

text|hp5sitext:\
:sd=/var/spool/lpd/hp5sitext:\
:lp=/dev/null:\
:sh:\
:rm=192.168.40.10:\
:rp=text:

----snip---

When printing to -Ptext, the 5SI MX grabs paper from the 8.5x11" tray and
prints properly.  When printing a postscript file to -Plp, the 5SI MX
grabs paper from the 11x17" tray, but prints a properly sized 8.5x11"
sized copy of the job on that paper. It appears that the problem is with
RH5 lpr sending raw data to the 5SI raw queue, perhaps causing the
printer to switch input paper trays.

Searching the web yielded a reference to lpr in the S.U.S.E distribution
having a problem with sending raw data jobs.  Could this be the same
problem?  

Thanks,

Matt Porter                             Phoenix OpenSource Solutions

--
Matt Porter                             Phoenix OpenSource Solutions

 
 
 

5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

Post by Kelly Slo » Thu, 21 May 1998 04:00:00


Matt,

We use the same printer at work.  The sysadmin sweet-talked the guy at
HP into giving him help with the printcap.  It is attached to a Sun
Sparc II.  If you like, I will grab the printcap when I return from
vacation, wich will be Tuesday.  Just let me know... it is supposed to
be kinda hairy to set up.

Kelly  


> I'm using the following /etc/printcap on a Redhat 5.0 system to print to a
> 5SI MX on a JetDirect interface.


 
 
 

5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

Post by Kelly Slo » Sun, 24 May 1998 04:00:00



> I'm using the following /etc/printcap on a Redhat 5.0 system to print to a
> 5SI MX on a JetDirect interface.

> ----snip----

> lp|hp5si:\
> :sd=/var/spool/lpd/hp5si:\
> :lp=/dev/null:\
> :sh:\
> :rm=192.168.40.10:\
> :rp=raw:

> text|hp5sitext:\
> :sd=/var/spool/lpd/hp5sitext:\
> :lp=/dev/null:\
> :sh:\
> :rm=192.168.40.10:\
> :rp=text:

> ----snip---

> When printing to -Ptext, the 5SI MX grabs paper from the 8.5x11" tray and
> prints properly.  When printing a postscript file to -Plp, the 5SI MX
> grabs paper from the 11x17" tray, but prints a properly sized 8.5x11"
> sized copy of the job on that paper. It appears that the problem is with
> RH5 lpr sending raw data to the 5SI raw queue, perhaps causing the
> printer to switch input paper trays.

> Searching the web yielded a reference to lpr in the S.U.S.E distribution
> having a problem with sending raw data jobs.  Could this be the same
> problem?

> Thanks,

> Matt Porter                             Phoenix OpenSource Solutions

> --
> Matt Porter                             Phoenix OpenSource Solutions


Matt,

here is the printcap I promised you.  Note  that it contains entries for
pen plotters too.  I decided  not to edit the file, because I thought it
might be useful to some to see the entire thing...  Note that the pen
plotters are connected directly to the Sparc II via serial ports.  The
HP 5Si MX is on a DirectJet cartridge.  I hope this helps! :)

 #
# H-P pen plotter connected to serial port "A"
#
#plottera:lp=/dev/ttya:sh:sd=/usr/spool/plottera:\
#gf=/usr/bin/cimplot.sh:px#1584:py#792:\
#lf=/usr/spool/plottera/errors:br#9600:fc#0171747:fs#06030:mx#0:pw#132:

#
# H-P pen plotter connected to serial port "B"
#
plotterb:lp=/dev/ttyb:sh:sd=/usr/spool/plotterb:\
gf=/usr/bin/cimplot.sh:px#1584:py#792:\
lf=/usr/spool/plotterb/errors:br#9600:fc#0171747:fs#06030:mx#0:pw#132:
#

#postscript|ps:\
#       :lp=/dev/null:sd=/usr/spool/postscript:\
#       :ms=ixon,-ixany,-parenb,cs8,-opost:\
#       :lf=/usr/spool/postscript/log:\
#       :st=/usr/spool/postscript/status:\
#       :sh:\
#       :cf=/usr/lib/postscript/Newsprint.cif:\
#       :if=/usr/lib/postscript/Newsprint.pf:\
#       :vf=/usr/lib/postscript/Newsprint.mp:
################################################################
# entry for a SPARCprinter  printer NeWSprint printer on a video port
#lp|sparc|sparc - a SPARCprinter  printer:\
#       :lp=/dev/lpvi0:\
#       :sd=/var/spool/sparc:\
#       :lf=/var/spool/sparc/log:\
#       :af=/var/spool/sparc/acct:\
#       :if=/usr/newsprint/lpd/if:\
#       :gf=/usr/newsprint/lpd/gf:\
#       :nf=/usr/newsprint/lpd/nf:\
#       :tf=/usr/newsprint/lpd/tf:\
#       :rf=/usr/newsprint/lpd/rf:\
#       :vf=/usr/newsprint/lpd/vf:\
#       :cf=/usr/newsprint/lpd/cf:\
#       :df=/usr/newsprint/lpd/df:\
#       :of=/usr/newsprint/lpd/of:\
#       :br#9600:\
#       :mx#0:\
#       :sf:\
#       :sb:

#################################################################
##hplaser5:\
##      :mx#0:lp=/var/spool/hplaser5/hplaser5/.null:\
##      :sd=/var/spool/hplaser5/hplaser5:\
##      :sh:\
##      :lf=/var/spool/hplaser5/hplaser5/log:\
##      :of=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.of.sh:\
##      :if=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.if.sh:
##
#####################################################################

### Translation ###
# mx - max file size (in BUFSIZ blocks) 0 == unlimited
# sd - spool directory
# sh - suppress burst page (boolean)
# lf - error log file name
# of - name of output/banner filter
# if - name of input/communication filter
#
## colon separates commands
## new lines require escape'ing (\)

##lp|lw|lj5si:\
##      :mx#0:lp=/var/spool/printers/lj5si/.null:\
##      :sd=/var/spool/printers/lj5si:\
##      :lf=/var/spool/printers/lj5si/log:\
##      :of=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.of.sh:\
##      :if=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.if.sh:ff=\033E:

lp|hpletter:\
        :mx#0:lp=/var/spool/printers/hpletter/.null:\
        :sd=/var/spool/printers/hpletter:\
        :sh:\
        :lf=/var/spool/printers/hpletter/log:\
        :of=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.of.sh:\
        :if=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.if.sh:
hplegal:\
        :mx#0:lp=/var/spool/printers/hplegal/.null:\
        :sd=/var/spool/printers/hplegal:\
        :sh:\
        :lf=/var/spool/printers/hplegal/log:\
        :of=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.of.sh:\
        :if=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.if.sh:
hpledger:\
        :mx#0:lp=/var/spool/printers/hpledger/.null:\
        :sd=/var/spool/printers/hpledger:\
        :sh:\
        :lf=/var/spool/printers/hpledger/log:\
        :of=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.of.sh:\
        :if=/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.if.sh:

postscript|ps:\
        :lp=/var/spool/printers/hpledger/.null:sd=/usr/spool/postscript:\
        :lf=/usr/spool/postscript/log:\
        :st=/usr/spool/postscript/status:\
        :sh:\
        :cf=/usr/lib/postscript/pscript.cif:\
        :if=/usr/lib/postscript/pscript.pf:\
        :vf=/usr/lib/postscript/pscript.mp:

plottera:\
        :lp=/dev/ttya:sd=/usr/spool/plottera:\
        :ms=ixon,-ixany,-parenb,cs8,-opost:\
        :lf=/usr/spool/plottera/errors:\
        :br#9600:sh:mx#0:\
    :gf=/usr/amt/bin/cimplot.sh:

plotter|plot:\
        :lp=/dev/ttya:sd=/usr/spool/plotter:\
        :ms=ixon,-ixany,-parenb,cs8,-opost:\
        :lf=/usr/spool/plotter/errors:\
        :br#9600:sh:mx#0:\
    :gf=/usr/amt/bin/cimplot.sh:

=============== end of paste =========================

Well, that is all...  I really can't help with any questions about this
printcap, as I do not understand it's function.  I merely copied it for
you in hopes that it could help...

Good Luck!

Kelly

 
 
 

5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

Post by Mogens Kjae » Fri, 29 May 1998 04:00:00



> I'm using the following /etc/printcap on a Redhat 5.0 system to print to a
> 5SI MX on a JetDirect interface.

> ----snip----

> lp|hp5si:\
> :sd=/var/spool/lpd/hp5si:\
> :lp=/dev/null:\
> :sh:\
> :rm=192.168.40.10:\
> :rp=raw:

> text|hp5sitext:\
> :sd=/var/spool/lpd/hp5sitext:\
> :lp=/dev/null:\
> :sh:\
> :rm=192.168.40.10:\
> :rp=text:

> ----snip---

> When printing to -Ptext, the 5SI MX grabs paper from the 8.5x11" tray and
> prints properly.  When printing a postscript file to -Plp, the 5SI MX
> grabs paper from the 11x17" tray, but prints a properly sized 8.5x11"
> sized copy of the job on that paper. It appears that the problem is with
> RH5 lpr sending raw data to the 5SI raw queue, perhaps causing the
> printer to switch input paper trays.

Hi Matt,

We use a printcap file similar to yours. The big question is: Does your
postscript
file contain any commands for selecting the paper size?

We use a script file called "lp" with a syntax similar to the SYSV lp
command
that we normally use on Silicon Graphics machines. On linux, this is a
script
that inserts the necessary codes before the postscript file to select
the
printer options.

If you wish, I can send you a copy, but beware, it only understands
A3/A4 sizes
so you must rewrite a lot of the stuff.

- The printcap posted by Kelly Slow is useles as all the filters are not
included - that's where the fun stuff is.

Mogens

--
Mogens Kjaer, Carlsberg Laboratory, Dept. of Chemistry
Gamle Carlsberg Vej 10, DK-2500 Valby, Denmark
Phone: +45 33 27 53 25, Fax: +45 33 27 47 08

 
 
 

5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

Post by Kelly Slo » Fri, 29 May 1998 04:00:00


Mogens,

You are exactly correct.  The printcap is useless without the filters.
I have spoken with the sys admin at work and hee pointed me in the right
direction.  I have the filters and support files, and am preparing them
to post from work.  Unfortunately, it will take some time...  I don't
have a UNIX based system to work with.  I should have all ready by noon
tomarrow.  Has anyone heard from Matt Porter lately...  he is the reason
I am doing this.

Kelly

> Hi Matt,

> We use a printcap file similar to yours. The big question is: Does your
> postscript
> file contain any commands for selecting the paper size?

> We use a script file called "lp" with a syntax similar to the SYSV lp
> command
> that we normally use on Silicon Graphics machines. On linux, this is a
> script
> that inserts the necessary codes before the postscript file to select
> the
> printer options.

> If you wish, I can send you a copy, but beware, it only understands
> A3/A4 sizes
> so you must rewrite a lot of the stuff.

> - The printcap posted by Kelly Slow is useles as all the filters are not
> included - that's where the fun stuff is.

> Mogens

> --
> Mogens Kjaer, Carlsberg Laboratory, Dept. of Chemistry
> Gamle Carlsberg Vej 10, DK-2500 Valby, Denmark
> Phone: +45 33 27 53 25, Fax: +45 33 27 47 08


 
 
 

5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

Post by Kelly Slo » Sat, 30 May 1998 04:00:00


Mogens,

Ok...  I talked to the sys admin.  He told me where to find the
filters.  I found the filters.  Remember, this info is what works on a
Sun Sparc II running SunOS 4.1, YMMV!

Tray 1 is the fold-out tray.  We use it for letter size paper because
most of out work is done in legal and ledger size. Which are the first
and second paper bins that hold a full ream of paper respectively.

The input filter is hplj.if.sh, and it must be set executable.
The output filter is hplj.of.sh, and it must be set executable.

The postscript filters described in the printcap file is not used (we
have a postscript printer, remember?)

There is are several dot files that you will need also:  

/var/spool/printers/hpletter/.params

EOL=
LANGUAGE=AUTO
PERIPHTYPE=lj4si
DUPLEX=0
INTRAY=1
BINTRAY=0
OUTTRAY=2
RESOLUTION=600
SUPPRESSHDR=sh
PERIPH=hplaser5

NOTE: The "PERIPHTYPE-lj4si" is not a typo!  I remember somthing about
the 5 Si being so new that there were no config files for it, however,
this works perfectly well on the 5 Si.

/var/spool/printers/hpletter/.port

-c 13325 -p 13326

/var/spool/printers/hpletter/.seq

027

============================================================

/var/spool/printers/hplegal/.params

EOL=
LANGUAGE=AUTO
PERIPHTYPE=lj4si
DUPLEX=0
INTRAY=2
BINTRAY=0
OUTTRAY=0
RESOLUTION=600
SUPPRESSHDR=sh
PERIPH=hplaser5

/var/spool/printers/hplegal/.port

-c 14325 -p 14326

/var/spool/printers/hplegal/.seq

448

============================================================

/var/spool/printers/hpledger/.params

EOL=
LANGUAGE=AUTO
PERIPHTYPE=lj5si
DUPLEX=0
INTRAY=3
BINTRAY=0
OUTTRAY=0
RESOLUTION=600
SUPPRESSHDR=sh
PERIPH=hplaser5

/var/spool/printers/hpledger/.port

-c 13215 -p 13216

/var/spool/printers/hplegal/.port

212

============================================================

/var/spool/printers/lj5si/.params  

EOL=
LANGUAGE=AUTO
PERIPHTYPE=lj4si
DUPLEX=0
INTRAY=0
BINTRAY=0
OUTTRAY=2
RESOLUTION=600
=
PERIPH=hplaser5

/var/spool/printers/lj5si/.port

-c 11985 -p 11986

============================================================

Here is the input filter, it must be executable!

/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.if.sh

#!/bin/sh

#(c) Copyright 1992, 1993,1994 Hewlett-Packard Company.  All Rights
Reserved.

# $Header: /users/hpnp/frontier/sh/RCS/hplj.if.sh,v 2.7 1994/03/30
11:00:45 hpnp
 Exp $

#
# if.sh
#
# Input filter script to select LaserJet features
#
# This script uses the .param file in the spool directory (created for
# the HP JetDirect interface) to determine if the printer should
# be switched to PCL or PostScript.
#

# OK, as long as queue can locate if filter

TOPCL=/usr/lib/hpnp/topcl
TOPS=/usr/lib/hpnp/tops
PATH="/usr/lib/hpnp:$PATH"

PWD=`pwd`
PERIPH=`basename $PWD`

# OK, shield by if filter 0206
SCAN=/usr/lib/hpnp/bin/hpnps
TMPFILE=".out.$$"

trap "rm -f $TMPFILE;  exit 0;" 2

#
# Grab the name of the accounting file.
#
ACCT=""
while test $# -gt 0
do
    case $1 in
        -n) LOGIN=$2; shift;;
        -h) HOST=$2; shift;;
        -*) ;;
         *) ACCT=$1;;
    esac
    shift
done

#
# Do minimal accounting.
#    
#
if test "$ACCT" -a -w "$ACCT"
then
    echo "User $LOGIN" >> $ACCT
    echo "Host $HOST" >> $ACCT
    echo "Date `date`" >> $ACCT
    echo "" >> $ACCT
fi

EOL=""
LANGUAGE=""
PERIPHTYPE=""
# add back for backward compatible
DEVTYPE=""

DUPLEX=""
INTRAY=""
OUTTRAY=""
RESOLUTION=""

#
# Pick up configurable paramaters.  This file may
# set any of EOL, LANGUAGES, and PERIPH,
# it may also set options: DUPLEX, INTRAY, OUTTRAY, RESOLUTION
#
# This file must be sourced before checking for the
# .port file since it may set the PERIPH variable.
#
if test -r .params
then
    . ./.params  
fi

PORTS=""
if test -r .port
then
    #
    # There is a relay process on the
    # local host that we must go through.
    #
    PORTS="`cat .port`"
    PERIPH=`hostname`
fi

# figure out what file is.
if test "$LANGUAGE" = "AUTO"
then
     $SCAN > $TMPFILE
     PERS=$?
     if [ "$PERS" -eq 1 ]
     then
        LANGUAGE="PS"
     elif [ "$PERS" -eq 3 ]
     then
        LANGUAGE="RELAY"
     else
        LANGUAGE="PCL"
        EOL="NL"
     fi
fi

if [ "$LANGUAGE" = "RELAY" ]
then
     if test -f $TMPFILE
     then
        cat $TMPFILE | hpnpf -x $PERIPH $PORTS > /dev/null
        rm -f $TMPFILE
     else
        cat - | hpnpf -x $PERIPH $PORTS > /dev/null
     fi
     exit $?
fi

# starting outputing

{

# set resolution, laserjet 4 and after only
#
if [ -n "$PERIPHTYPE" ]
then
  case "$PERIPHTYPE" in
    lj4 | lj4si | lj3si | lj4pls | lj4p)
       echo "-12345X@PJL"
       if [ "$RESOLUTION" != "" -a "$PERIPHTYPE" != "lj3si" ]
       then
         echo "@PJL SET RESOLUTION = $RESOLUTION"
       fi
       ;;
  esac
else   # old queue  
 if [ "$DEVTYPE" = "LJ4Class" -o "$DEVTYPE" = "3siClass" ]
  then
       echo "-12345X@PJL"
       if [ "$RESOLUTION" != "" -a "$PERIPHTYPE" = "LJ4Class" ]
       then
         echo "@PJL SET RESOLUTION = $RESOLUTION"
       fi

  fi
fi

#
# LANGUAGE is either:
#
#    o PCL  - Change the printer's personality to PCL
#    o PS   - Change the printer's personality to PS
#    o FPPCL/FPPS
#           - printer's front panel decides the personality
#
case "$LANGUAGE" in
      PCL)
            if [ "$PERIPHTYPE" = "lj3pls" -o "$DEVTYPE" = "Before3si" ]
            then
                cat $TOPCL
            else
                echo "-12345X@PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=PCL"
            fi
            if test "$EOL" = "NL"
             then
                 echo -n "k2G"
             fi                
           ;;

       PS)
            if [ "$PERIPHTYPE" = "lj3pls" -o "$DEVTYPE" = "Before3si" ]
            then
                cat $TOPS
            else
                echo "-12345X@PJL ENTER LANGUAGE=POSTSCRIPT"
            fi
           ;;
       FPPCL) if [ "$PERIPHTYPE" = "lj3" -o "$DEVTYPE" = "Before3si" ]
              then
                    echo -n "
"
              fi
              if test "$EOL" = "NL"
              then
                 echo -n "k2G"
              fi
              ;;
       FPPS) if [ "$PERIPHTYPE" = "lj3ps" -o "$DEVTYPE" = "Before3si" ]
              then
                    echo -n " "
              fi
              ;;
      *) ;;
esac

# move EOL test into LANGUAGE case above

#   <<< output options >>>  
#

case "$LANGUAGE" in
      PCL | FPPCL )

          case "$DUPLEX" in
            simplex | 0)  echo -n  "l0S" ;;
            lduplex | 1)  echo -n  "l1S" ;;
            sduplex | 2)  echo -n  "l2S" ;;
             *);;
          esac

### Modified from original to add 5SIMX escape sequences for correct
### paper and tray selection - J.T. 1/17/96

         case "$INTRAY" in
            0 | upper)    echo  -n "l8h2A" ;;     # tray #1
            3 | manual)   echo  -n "l4h6A" ;;     # tray #3
            1 | lower)    echo  -n "l8h2A" ;;     # tray #1
            2)            echo  -n "l1h3A" ;;     # tray 2
            4 | envelop)  echo  -n "l6H"
                          echo  -n "l1O"          # landscape
                          echo  -n "l81A";;       # envelop feed
            *);;
          esac

          case "$OUTTRAY" in
            1 | top)      echo  -n "l1G" ;;     # top output tray
            2 | back)     echo  -n "l2G" ;;     # back output tray
            *);;      
          esac

          ;;

       PS | FPPS )
          echo "statusdict begin"

          case "$DUPLEX" in
             simplex | 0 )  echo  "false setduplexmode" ;;
             lduplex | 1)  echo  "true setduplexmode false settumble" ;;
             sduplex | 2)  echo  "true setduplexmode true  settumble" ;;
             *);;
          esac

          case "$INTRAY" in
                0 | upper)    echo "0 setpapertray"   ;;     # upper
input tray
                1 | lower)
                   if [ "$PERIPHTYPE" = "lj4" -o "$PERIPHTYPE" =
"lj4pls" ]
                              then
                                   echo "3 setpapertray"
                              else
                                   echo "3 setpapertray"
                              fi
                              ;;
                2 )
                   if [ "$PERIPHTYPE" = "lj4" -o "$PERIPHTYPE" =
"lj4pls" ]
                              then
                                   echo "1 setpapertray"
                              else
                                   echo "0 setpapertray"
                              fi
                              ;;
                 4 | envelop)  echo "com10envelopetray"   ;;   # envelop
feeder
                 3 | manual )  echo "1 setpapertray"  ;;     # manual
feed
                 *);;
          esac

  ##        case "$OUTTRAY" in
  ##          1 | top)      echo "0 setoutputtray" ;; # upper output
tray
  ##          2 | back)     echo "1 setoutputtray" ;; # back output tray
  ##          *);;
  ##       esac

          echo "end"

          if [ "$INTRAY" = '4' -o "$INTRAY" = "envelop" ]
          then
               echo "90 rotate"
          fi
            ;;
      *) ;;
esac

#
# Send the file;
#
if test -f $TMPFILE
then
        cat $TMPFILE
        rm -f $TMPFILE      
else
        cat -
fi

case "$LANGUAGE" in
   FPPCL | PCL )
                 echo -n "
";;
    FPPS | PS  )
                 echo -n " ";;
esac

if test "$LANGUAGE" = "PS"
then
   if [ "$PERIPHTYPE" = "lj3pls" -o "$DEVTYPE" = "Before3si" ]
   then
         cat $TOPCL
   else
         echo  "-12345X@PJL"
   fi
fi

 } | hpnpf -x $PERIPH $PORTS >/dev/null

exit $?

============================================================

Here is the output filter, it must be executable!

/usr/lib/hpnp/hplj.of.sh

#!/bin/sh

#(c) Copyright 1992,1993,1994 Hewlett-Packard Company.  All Rights
Reserved.

# $Header: /users/hpnp/frontier/sh/RCS/hplj.of.sh,v 2.2 1994/03/30
11:00:45 hpnp
 Exp $

# Note: Using hpnpf as a relay requires the file .port in the
# spool directory to be writable by hpnpf.  This can either
# be accomplished by making the ...

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5SI MX prints on 11x17 paper

Post by Matt Port » Sat, 30 May 1998 04:00:00



>Mogens,

>You are exactly correct.  The printcap is useless without the filters.
>I have spoken with the sys admin at work and hee pointed me in the right
>direction.  I have the filters and support files, and am preparing them
>to post from work.  Unfortunately, it will take some time...  I don't
>have a UNIX based system to work with.  I should have all ready by noon
>tomarrow.  Has anyone heard from Matt Porter lately...  he is the reason
>I am doing this.

Thanks to all that responded, I've got the problem fixed now with a simple
filter which prepends the postscript MediaSelect commands to select the
letter-sized tray to the actual printjob. I still don't understand why
HP's printers are so broken as to ignore the default printer tray when
printing postscript.  At least they mention the bug in their JetAdmin
software documentation.

Matt Porter                             Phoenix OpenSource Solutions

 
 
 

1. Printing to HP Laserjet 5SI/MX

Have a look at the model-script located in
/etc/lp/interfaces/model.orig.

We decided to install a separate printer-queue for every paper-bin.
The selection of the appropriate bin is done by setting the mediasrc
and paper variables in the model-script.
This also should be possible by providing the correct options (lp -o )
to the print command, but up to now I didn't try out.

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