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FND SRWINIT fetches concurrent request information and sets up the profile options. It must be included if one is using any ORACLE APPLICATION OBJECT LIBRARY features in his report (such as concurrent processing) 2. Why do we call FND SRWEXIT from After Report Trigger A. FND SRWEXIT frees all the memory allocations done in other Oracle Applications user exits. It must be included if one is using any ORACLE APPLICATION OBJECT LIBRARY features in his report (such as concurrent processing) 3. Why do we call FND FLEXSQL from the Before Report Trigger? A. One need to pass the concatenated segment values from the underlying code combinations table to the user exit so that it can display appropriate data and derive any description and values from switched value sets as needed. One gets this information by calling the AOL user exit FND FLEXSQL from the before report Trigger. 4. If u call the user exit FND FLEXSQL with MODE = “ WHERE” from the Before Report Trigger. What will it do? This user exit populates a lexical parameter that you specify with the appropriate SQL fragment at run time. You include this lexical parameter in the WHERE clause of the report query. This user exit is called once for each lexical to be changed. 5. If u call the user exit FND FLEXSQL with MODE = “ ORDER BY” from the Before Report Trigger. What will it do? A. This user Exit populates the lexical parameter that one specifies with the appropriate SQL fragment at run time. One includes this lexical parameter in the ORDER BY clause of the report query. This user exit is called once for each lexical to be changed. 6. How can we display flexfield segment values, descriptions, and prompts on the report? A. Create a formula Column. Call the user exit FND FLEXIDVAL as the formula for this column. This user exit automatically fetches more complicated information such as descriptions and prompts so that one does not has to use complicated table joins to the flex field tables. 7. Name some options of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A CODE, APP_SHORT_NAME, OUTPUT, MODE, DISPLAY, SHOWDEPSEG, NUM or MULTINUM, TABLEALIAS, OPERATOR, OPERAND1, OPERAND2. 8. A. 9. A. Describe CODE option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit Specify the flex field code for the report (for example, GL#, MCAT). Describe the APP_SHORT_NAME option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit Specifies the short name of the application that owns the flex field (for example: SQLGL, INV)
10. Describe the OUTPUT option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. Specify the name of the lexical parameter to store the SQl fragment. One uses this lexical later in the report when defining the SQL statement that selects the flexfield values. the datatype of this parameter should be character. 11. Describe the MODE option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. Specify the mode to use to generate the SQL fragment . valid mode are : SELECT: Retrieves all segments values in an internal (non- displayable format. WHERE: Restrict the query by specifying constraints on flexfield columns. The fragment returned includes the correct decode statement if one Specify MULTINUM. One must also specify an OPERATOR and OPERANDS. HAVING: Same calling procedures and functionality as WHERE.
. Describe the DISPLAY option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INT_ALL 5. if your MODE is WHERE and you specify DISPLAY = “ALL” . Specify the name or lexical or source column that contains the flexfield structure information. 13. Eg. RA_CUSTOMER_BANKS_INT_ALL 3. The default value is 101. SHOWDEPSEG = “N” disables automatic addition of depended upon segments to the order criteria. Describe the OPERAND2 option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. Name the interface tables used for the customer interface? A. 14. 12. One uses the DISPLAY token with the MODE token . This column is required in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. Describe the SHOWDEPSEG option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. 24 A. Call this user exit to populate fields for display.ORDER BY: Order required information by flexfield columns. will CUSTOMER INTERFACE reject the entire record or just the attributes u want to update? A Reject the entire record. Similarly. Describe the OPERAND1 option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. 1. 18. You pass the key flex fields data retrieved by the query into this exit from the formula column. RA_CONTACT_PHONES_INT_ALL 22 What is the name of the column in CUSTOMER_INTERFACE_TABLE that indicates whether you are inserting new or updating existing information? A: When importing data into the interface tables. The fragment Orders your flexfield columns and separates them with a comma. If your MODE is SELECT and you specify DISPLAY = “ALL” then the SELECT statement includes all the segments of the flexfield. specify MULTINUM only and use a source column to hold the value. Specify an operand to use in the WHERE clause. specify NUM only and use a lexical parameter to hold the value. Describe the TABLE ALIAS option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. 21. 17. RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE_ALL 2. Specify a second operand to use with OPERATOR = “BETWEEN” 19. You use TABLE ALIAS if your SELECT joins to other flexfield tables or uses a self – join. the column INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG indicates whether you are inserting new or updating existing information. List some of the required columns for the RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE? ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG CUSTOMER_NAME . where the segment numbers are the order in that the segments appear in the flexfield window. DECRIPTION<APROMPT or LPROMPT). then your WHERE clause includes all segments. With this exit you can display values. 23 If the INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG is not set correctly or the required column is missing the value. 16. Where is FND FLEXIDVAL user exit used A. not the segment number specified in the Define Key Segments form. the DISPLAY parameter allows you to specify segments that represent specified flexfield qualifiers or specified segments numbers . If the flexfield uses just one structure. RA_CUST_PAY_METHOD_INT_ALL 4. If the flexfield uses multiple structures. Describe the NUM option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. Describe the OPERATOR option of the FND FLEXSQL user exit A. The fragment returned includes the correct decode statement I one specify MULTINUM. descriptions and prompts by passing appropriate token (any one of VALUE. This token is valid only for MODE = “ODER BY” In FLEXSQL. 15. The default is “Y” . Specify an operator to use in the WHERE clause.
A. Must exist if you are not using Automatic Customer Numbering. 27 A 28 A What validation must be given on the CUSTOMER_STATUS? Must equal ’A’ for Active or ’I’ for Inactive. 29 A. This value must be unique within RA_CUSTOMERS. 32.CUSTOMER_NUMBER (if you are not using Automatic Customer Numbering) CUSTOMER_STATUS LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY CREATION_DATE If you are importing an address and a business purpose. you must also populate the following columns: PRIMARY_SITE_USE_FLAG (if you are inserting an address) LOCATION (if you are not using Automatic Site Numbering) SITE_USE_CODE (if you are inserting an address) ADDRESS1 25 List some of the production tables that Customer Interface transfers customer data from the interface tables into? A. A . What validation must be given on the customer_number? A Must be null if you are using Automatic Customer Numbering. A 31. 30. Name some of the Oracle receivables Interfaces? a) Auto Invoice b) Auto Lockbox c) Customer Interface d) Sales Tax rate Interface e) Tax Vendor Extension Give some of the Oracle Payables interface? a) Credit Card Transaction Interface b) Invoice Import Interface c) Payables Open Interface d) Purchase Order Matching Name some of the oracle general ledger Interface? a) Budget Upload b) Importing Journals c) Loading Daily rates What are the names of the parameters u pass to the Procedure which u register in the apps? 1) retcode in varchar2 2) errbuf in varchar2 What is the use of Auto lock Box? Auto Lockbox (or Lockbox) is a service that commercial banks offer corporate customers to enable them to outsource their accounts receivable payment processing. AR_CUSTOMER_PROFILES AR_CUSTOMER_PROFILE_AMOUNTS RA_ADDRESSES RA_CONTACTS RA_CUSTOMERS RA_CUSTOMER_RELATIONSHIPS RA_CUST_RECEIPT_METHODS RA_PHONES RA_SITE_USES AP_BANK_ACCOUNT_USES AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS AP_BANK_BRANCHES 26.
User conversion type. PO_VENDOR_SITES . What is the clause in SQL * Loader to program to override data into table REPLACE How do you set profile in oracle applications In Application Developer responsibility? Open ‘Profile’ Function What is the syntax for loading data through SQL * Loader from multiple files simultaneously Sqlldr scott/tiger@orcl control = ctlfile parfile -. Actual flag. A. RA_CUSTOMERS. Consolidated Billing Invoice Number 5. What subclass in forms6i A Specifies module. A 43. 35. PO AP: AP_INVOICES_ALL. A. Auto Lockbox is a three-step process. AutoInvoice transfers transaction data from the interface tables RA_INTERFACE_LINES_ALL. GL. Encumbrance type ID. Journal entry name. What is application short name for General Ledger you specify in FND FLEXSQL user exit? SQLGL 34. the receipt data is transferred from the QuickCash tables to the following Receipt tables: AR_CASH_RECEIPTS_ALL AR_RECEIVABLES_APPLICATIONS_ALL AR_CASH_RECEIPT_HISTORY_ALL Name the interface tables used for the AutoInvoice Interface. AR. Purchase Order Number 4. What are validations to be done in Journal Import interface. storage & name information about the source object and source module for a referenced objects. Accounting date. A. AP_INVOICE_LINES_ALL To store invoices AR: RA_SHIPMENT_HEADERS/ _LINES. and RA_INTERFACE_DISTRIBUTIONS_ALL into the following Receivables tables: 41 A 42.For storing vendor data. Currency code. 36 A. A. Transaction Number 2.parameter file: name of file that contains parameter specifications parallel -. and Batch Name Journal Level: Set of books. . RA_CONTACTS PO: PO_VENDORS. what are those? a) Import b) Validation c) PostQuickCash What is the order in which Autolock box searches for the types of the matching number? 1. A 44 A .do parallel load (Default FALSE) What is the table name for items in Oracle Inventory MTL_SYSTEM_ITEMS. Source name. Sales Order Number 3. Budget version ID 37. Name the interface tables used for the LockBox Interface Interface table : AR_PAYMENTS_INTERFACE_ALL Lockbox transfers the receipts that pass validation to the Receivables interim tables AR_INTERIM_CASH_RECEIPTS_ALL and AR_INTERIM_CASH_RCPT_LINES_ALL When you run Post QuickCash. RA_INTERFACE_SALESCREDITS_ALL. A. A 40.33. Other. Category name. 39. 38. user-defined number. Period name. Batch level: Set of Books. Period Name. MTL_CATEGORIES Tell me names of important production tables & their purpose AP.
You can accomplish most of these tasks only with ORACLE Precompiler user exits. see "SRW. This causes Report Builder to build a dependency list: it will ensure that each referenced object will contain the most recently computed or fetched value before it is passed to the user exit. . It is useful when you want to pass control to a 3GL program during a report's execution. The argument list may be any length.) argument_list Can contain the names of parameters and columns. Note: You must reference each parameter or column separately.REFERENCE". SRW. that you wish to pass to the user exit. Syntax . For details.] [SRW. where: object_name_n Is the name of an Report Builder parameter or column whose value will be passed to the user exit in the user exit string. SRW.. Check with your system administrator. The user exit name may be any length. Writing a user exit call You can call the user exit from any place in which you can enter PL/SQL within Report Builder. User exits can perform the following tasks: perform complex data manipulation pass data to Report Builder from operating system text files manipulate LONG RAW data support PL/SQL blocks control real time devices.USER_EXIT('user_exit_name [argument_list]').REFERENCE(:object_name_1). You can write the following types of user exits: ORACLE Precompiler user exits OCI (ORACLE Call Interface) user exits non-ORACLE user exits You can also write a user exit that combines both the ORACLE Precompiler interface and the OCI. However. character strings. Some details of implementing user exits are specific to each operating system. constants.].• RA_BATCHES_ALL • RA_CUSTOMER_TRX _ALL • RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_LINES _ALL • RA_CUST_TRX_LINE_GL_DIST_ALL • RA_CUST_TRX_LINE_SALESREPS_ALL • AR_PAYMENT_SCHEDULES_ALL • AR_RECEIVABLE_APPLICATIONS_ALL • AR_ADJUSTMENTS_ALL REPORTS 6i About User Exits A user exit is a program that you write and then link into the Report Builder executable or user exit DLL files. or any combination thereof. such as a printer or a robot You can use user exits for other tasks.. You build user exits when you want to pass control from Report Builder to a program you have written. the name may be at most 6 characters. Oracle Corporation recommends that you perform such tasks with PL/SQL within Report Builder. user_exit_nameIs the name of the user exit to which you are passing control. and then returns control to Report Builder. Use the following syntax: Syntax [SRW.USER_EXIT Description : This procedure calls the user exit named in user_exit_string. Usage Notes Not all types of user exits can perform all of the described tasks. which performs some function. such as mathematical processing.REFERENCE(:object2_name_2). Note: The above syntax will need to be embedded in a PL/SQL program unit. (On some operating systems.
Bind References : Bind references (or bind variables) are used to replace a single value in SQL or PL/SQL. Syntax SRW. FROM. MSG-msg_number: msg_text. SRW. SUM(TOTAL) TOTAL FROM ORD GROUP BY CUSTID HAVING &MINTOTAL ORDER BY Clause SELECT ORDID. and START WITH. Parameters msg_number Is a number from one to ten digits.MESSAGE (msg_number NUMBER. use a bind reference in PL/SQL to set the value of a parameter that is then referenced lexically in SQL. LOC SAL FROM DEPT for COLSTABLE at runtime. bind references may be used to replace expressions in . For example. TOTAL FROM &ATABLE WHERE Clause SELECT ORDID.SRW. You can. DFLTCOMM) CPLAN. &P_JOB ROLE FROM EMP FROM Clause SELECT ORDID. number. ORDER BY. For example. Specifically. Parameters : user_exit_string :Is the name of the user exit you want to call and any columns or parameters that you want to pass to the user exit program. or date. After the message is raised and you accept it.USER_EXIT (user_exit_string CHAR). Lexical References : Lexical references are placeholders for text that you embed in a SELECT statement. to be displayed on the message line. SRW.REFERENCE (:object CHAR|DATE|NUMBER). if you specify 123. This is useful when you want to ensure that a column value passed to a user exit is the most recently computed or fetched value. WHERE. it will be displayed as SRW-00123. msg_text Is at most 190 minus the msg_number alphanumeric characters to be displayed on the message line.MESSAGE Description :This procedure displays a message with the message number and text that you specify. This causes Report Builder to determine the object's value just before firing the PL/SQL construct. Parameters object Is the Report Builder parameter or column whose value needs to be ascertained before the construct fires. ORDERDATE. The message is displayed in the format below.REFERENCE Description : This procedure causes Report Builder to add the referenced object to the PL/SQL construct's dependency list. CONNECT BY. SHIPDATE. you could enter DNAME ENAME. HAVING. SELECT Clause SELECT &P_ENAME NAME. the report execution will continue. msg_text CHAR). You cannot make lexical references in a PL/SQL statement. Numbers less than five digits will be padded with zeros out to five digits. TOTAL FROM ORD ORDER BY &SORT CONNECT BY and START WITH Clauses Multiple Clauses SELECT &COLSTABLE COLSTABLE could be used to change both the SELECT and FROM clauses at runtime. SUM(TOTAL) TOTAL FROM ORD GROUP BY &NEWCOMM HAVING Clause SELECT CUSTID. &P_EMPNO ENO. such as a character string. however. You can use lexical references to replace the clauses appearing after SELECT. GROUP BY. Syntax SRW. TOTAL FROM ORD WHERE &CUST GROUP BY Clause SELECT NVL(COMMPLAN.
report. if the placeholder is a report-level column a formula in the placeholder's group or a group below it (the value is set once for each record of the group) PROCEDURE RUN_PRODUCT (product NUMBER. ASYNCHRONOUS specifies that control returns to the calling application immediately. SHIPDATE. or Oracle Book module. Valid numeric constants for this parameter are BATCH and RUNTIME. :DFLTCOMM) HAVING Clause SELECT CUSTID. module VARCHAR2. The end user cannot work in the form while the called product is running. the ID of the parameter list. CONNECT BY. SELECT Clause SELECT CUSTID. When you run Form Builder. commmode Specifies the communication mode to be used when running the called product. or a null string (''). GROUP BY. 1. use a variable of type PARAMLIST. Product :Specifies a numeric constant for the Oracle product you want to invoke: FORMS specifies a Runform session. Location : Specifies the location of the module or module you want the called product to execute. Bind references may not be referenced in FROM clauses or in place of reserved words or clauses. Valid values are the name of a form module. To specify a parameter list ID. and START WITH clauses of queries. Graphics Builder display. The name of the chart item must be specified in the format block_name. ORDERDATE. :DFLTCOMM) COMMPLAN FROM ORD WHERE Clause SELECT ORDID. When you run Report Builder and Graphics Builder.item_name . bar chart. execmode NUMBER. Paramlist_name or paramlist_ID : Specifies the parameter list to be passed to the called product. Execmode : Specifies the execution mode to be used when running the called product. execmode can be either BATCH or RUNTIME. if the placeholder is a report-level column a report-level formula column. ORDERDATE) Placeholder Columns : A placeholder is a column for which you set the datatype and value in PL/SQL that you define.SYNCHRONOUS specifies that control returns to Form Builder only after the called product has been exited. commmode NUMBER. BOOK specifies Oracle Book. :DFLTCOMM) COMMPLAN. even if the called application has not completed its display. The application looks for the module or module in the default paths defined for the called product. GRAPHICS specifies Graphics Builder. paramlist_id VARCHAR2. SUM(TOTAL) TOTAL FROM ORD GROUP BY CUSTID HAVING SUM(TOTAL) > :MINTOTAL ORDER BY Clause SELECT ORDID. or graph) generated by Graphics Builder. You create a bind reference by entering a colon (:) followed immediately by the column or parameter name. HAVING. Valid constants for this property are FILESYSTEM and DB. always set execmode to RUNTIME. Valid values for this parameter are the VARCHAR2 name of the parameter list. You can set the value of a placeholder column in the following places: the Before Report Trigger. If you do not create a column or parameter before making a bind reference to it in a SELECT statement. Report Builder will create a parameter for you by default. ORDER BY. TOTAL FROM ORD ORDER BY DECODE(:SORT. either the file system or the database. SUM(TOTAL) TOTAL FROM ORD GROUP BY NVL(COMMPLAN. TOTAL FROM ORD WHERE CUSTID = :CUST GROUP BY Clause SELECT NVL(COMMPLAN. REPORTS specifies Report Builder.SELECT. WHERE. Display : Specifies the VARCHAR2 name of the Form Builder chart item that will contain the display (such as a pie chart. display VARCHAR2). Valid numeric constants for this parameter are SYNCHRONOUS and ASYNCHRONOUS. 2. NVL(COMMPLAN. SHIPDATE. location NUMBER. module Specifies the VARCHAR2 name of the module or module to be executed by the called product.
SYSTEM. datatype. 15. $$DBDATETIME$$.SUPPRESS_WORKING suppresses the "Working.. SYSTEM. IF NOT Id_Null(pl_id) THEN Destroy_Parameter_List( pl_id ). The variable value must always be in the following format: DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS Default : RDBMS date. you can reference and set the values of form parameters using bind variable syntax. END. SYSTEM.. or 25.DATE_THRESHOLD : Represents the database date requery threshold. or SYSTEM.PROCEDURE Run_Emp_Report IS pl_id ParamList. Run_Product(REPORTS.'EMP_RECS'). in order to prevent the screen update usually caused by the display of the "Working. To reference a parameter: Preface the parameter name with the reserved word PARAMETER. To create a parameter : 1.) This does not mean that Form Builder polls the RDBMS once every minute. END IF.QUERY. This number represents the record's current physical order in the block's list of records. $$DBTIME$$. The value can be one of three character strings: NEW. pl_id. SYNCHRONOUS.DATA_PARAMETER. pl_id := Create_Parameter_List('tmpdata'). create a parameter.FILESYSTEM. BEGIN pl_id := Get_Parameter_List('tmpdata'). ============================================================================= FORMS 6i System Variables SYSTEM. Add_Parameter(pl_id.CHANGED SYSTEM. The value is always a character string. 'NO'). RUNTIME. Enter Query mode. select the Parameters node in the Object Navigator and then choose Navigator Create. SYSTEM. as shown in the following examples: :PARAMETER.MESSAGE_LEVEL stores one of the following message severity levels: 0. Default : 01:00 (Synchronization occurs after one minute of elapsed time." message.MODE indicates whether the form is in Normal. NEW . To create a parameter. it updates the effective date by adding the amount of elapsed time (as measured by the local operating system) to the most previously queried RDBMS value. you specify its name." message in Runform.TRIGGER_RECORD represents the number of the record that Form Builder is processing. Add_Parameter(pl_id. The value is always a character string.parameter_name := 'TOKYO'. FALSE SYSTEM. then a new query is executed to retrieve the RDBMS time and the elapsed counter is reset. OR .FORM_STATUS represents the status of the current form. NORMAL . 'empreport'.ENTER-QUERY.FORM_STATUS represents the status of the current form. TEXT_PARAMETER.. 5. 2. or Fetch Processing mode. The value can be one of three character strings: CHANGED . The value of the variable is one of the following two CHAR values: TRUE . 10.'EMP_QUERY'. If the amount of elapsed time exceeds the date threshold. In the Object Navigator. set the desired parameter properties: In PL/SQL. length. SYSTEM. NULL).EFFECTIVE_DATE. 'PARAMFORM'. and default value. The default value is 0.. It means that whenever Form Builder needs to generate the value for the system variables $$DBDATE$$. QUERY.EFFECTIVE_DATE : Represents the effective database date. Enter Query. 20. In the Property Palette. PARAMETERS : When you create a parameter.
radio button Property Classes : A property class is a named object that contains a list of properties and their settings. NULL.:block. or the name of a named visual attribute defined in the same module. Property class inheritance is an instance of subclassing. For example. and pattern properties that you set for form and menu objects that appear in your application's interface. You can programmatically change an object's named visual attribute setting to change the font. then set the individual attributes (Font Name. • Create a property class that includes visual attribute properties and then base objects on it that inherit those properties. An object based on a property class can inherit the setting of any property in the class that makes sense for that object. and pattern settings and then apply it to one or more objects in the same module. White on Black Every interface object has a Visual Attribute Group property that determines how the object's individual visual attribute settings (Font Size. Font Width. select an item or a canvas and then choose the desired font. color. Font Weight Color and pattern properties: Foreground Color. and the properties in a class can apply to different types of objects. can be copied between modules as needed. etc. A named visual attribute is a separate object in a form or menu module that defines a collection of visual attribute properties. as such. Canvas Types : Content Stacked Tab Horizontal Toolbar Vertical Toolbar Visual Attributes : Visual attributes are the font. • In the Layout Editor. Visual attributes can include the following properties: Font properties: Font Name. Property classes are separate objects. Foreground Color. There can be any number of properties in a property class. Charmode Logical Attribute. Fill Pattern. Once you create a property class you can base other objects on it. Foreground Color. and pattern attributes from the Font dialog and Fill Color and Text Color palettes. . set the Visual Attribute Group property as desired. Once you create a named visual attribute. you have complete control over which properties the object should inherit from the class. property classes can be subclassed in any number of modules. and which should be overridden locally. much like styles in a word processing program. color. you can consider a property class as a universal subclassing parent. etc. Applies to canvas. Perhaps more importantly. a property class might contain some properties that are common to all types of items. and pattern of the object at runtime. Font Size.) are derived. Conceptually. and. item.item := :PARAMETER. There are several ways to set the visual attributes of objects: • In the Property Palette.parameter_name. The Visual Attribute Group property can be set to Default. When you base an object on a property class.) to the desired settings. color. some that apply only to text items. • Subclass a visual attribute that includes visual attribute properties and then base objects on it that inherit those properties. you can apply it to any object in the same module. • Define a named visual attribute object with the appropriate font. Background Color. and some that apply only to check boxes. Font Style. color. About named visual attributes : Setting the Visual Attribute Group property to a named visual attribute defined in the same module specifies that the object should use the attribute settings defined for the named visual attribute. tab page.
Clear. and is useful for visually grouping related items on the same menu.Menu Item Types Separator Menu Item : A separator menu item is displayed as a horizontal line (or other platform-specific visual element). For example. Form Builder provides the following magic item types: About. you could use a separator to isolate the radio items of one radio group from other menu items. Quit. Window. You must set a separator item's Command Type property to Null. Copy. Paste. Radio Menu Item Check Menu Item . Undo. Plain Menu Item : Default menu item. Help. Cut. Magic Menu Item : Magic items provide a way to quickly create menu items for standard functions available in most GUI applications. End users cannot select a separator menu item.
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