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Security Profile Options in Managing a Secure Oracle Applications Environment

Posted on July 31st, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

These Profile are recomended by Oracle strongly in secureing configuration of Oracle E-Business Suite production systems.

  • FND Validation Level : Provides in depth defense against parameter and URL tampering.

Recommended Setting: ERROR

  • ICX: Session Timeout :Idle Session Timeout. The numeric value greater than 4 (in minutes) that a SSWA session can be idle before expiring. A 0/NULL will disable timeout.

This profile option determines the length of time (in minutes) of inactivity in a user’s form session before the session is disabled. Once session is disabled , the user is provided the opportunity to re-authenticate and re-enable their timed-out session. If the reauthentication is successful, the disabled session is re-enabled and no work is lost. Otherwise, the session is terminated without saving pending work.

Recommended Setting: 30 min

  • ICX: Limit Time :Absolute maximum length of time (in hours) of any user session, active or inactive.

This profile defines the maximum connection time for a connection – regardless of user activity.
If ‘ICX:Session Timeout’ is set to NULL, then the session will last only as long as ‘ICX: Limit Time’, regardless of user activity.

  • Signon Password Failure Limit :A positive integer to limit maximum number of logon attempts before the user’s account is disabled.
  • Restrict text Input :Detects Cross Site Scripting(XSS) and other HTML injection attacks by hackers which gives access to your website and database.

Recommended Setting: Yes

  • Utilities:Diagnostics :Value determines whether diagnostic utilities, such as Help -> Tools -> Examine, may be used.

Set to No, to disable a user to view any internal form field.

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Oracle Tax Content Library

Posted on July 28th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

Recenetly Oracle has come up with Tax Content Library via a patch 8618701:R12.ZX.A. It provides tax content for

  • EU Countries: Austria, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Spain, Belgium, France, Hungary Luxembourg, Portugal, Sweden, Czech Republic, Finland, Italy, Netherlands, Slovakia, United Kingdom
  • Non EU Countries: Norway, Switzerland, Turkey
  • Reduced Configuration: Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Singapore

The data is correct as of 1-Oct-2007

This does not provide updates / changes to Tax Laws e.g. Irish, UK VAT Rate changes of 2008 / 2010 not included

Still local reporting still needs to be configured and significant setups still need to be done

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R12.1 Upgrade : Must try these three Tools /New resources

Posted on July 26th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

If you are planning to R12.1 Upgrade these three New Resources will be useful.

  1. Data Model Comparison Report

You can use this to do Per product database object comparison between any of two releases . This comparison report you can do for the following object types

  • Regular tables, Partitioned tables, Index organized tables, Global temporary tables, Queued tables
  • Views, Materialized views, Materialized view logs
  • Indexes, Sequences, Advanced queues
  • Packages, Triggers


  • Customers can focus on what has changed
  • Easier to analyze impact on customizations, planned test coverage
  • Differences viewable for all products in the same report via simple UI

Untill this Post, this is currently Available for R12.1.3 Vs (11i9,11i10cu2,12.0.4,12.0.6,12.1.1,12.1.2)

You can download this zip via as per metalink Note 1290886

Read details at here

2) EBS ATG Seed Data Comparison Report

You can use this to do Per product EBS ATG Seeded data type comparison between two releases.

This comparison report you can do for getting

(1) Summary report provides volume of changes between releases per product

(2) It all have detailed report per product provides , ie comparison for :

  • BIP-Defns-Temps, RSG-Metadata, Components, Concurrent Programs, Contents

  • Descriptive Flexes, Diagnostics, Functions, Integrators, Key Flexes, Security Rules

  • Layouts, Lookups, Mappings, Menus, Messages, Sequences, Value Sets

  • Parameter Lists, Printer Styles, Profiles, Request Groups, Request Sets, Responsibilities


  • Developers/consultants/testing team will find easier to analyze impact on customizations, planned/desired test coverage
  • Post Go-live to answer end-user questions / missed test cases

Untill this Post, this is currently Available for R12.1.3 Vs (11i10CU2,12.0.4,12.0.6, 12.1.1)

You can download this zip via as per metalink Note 1327399.1

(3) EBS Online Documentation Library

This is a master list of all books (Apps and ATG) from main page via “Index” link and have a graet search capability.

You can get this accessible via

Read details at here

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Know Administration Tools for Oracle Fusion

Posted on July 24th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

Here is a list with Administration Tools used for managing for Oracle Fusion application , middleware and database.

dgreybarrow Oracle Fusion Applications

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Applications Control (Fusion Applications Control)
    • This is used to monitor and administer product family within the Oracle Fusion Applications
  • Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager
    • This tool guides you through the tasks of setting up the functional data and reference data
  • Oracle Fusion Applications Diagnostic Dashboard
    • This is used to register, execute, and monitor diagnostic tests for Oracle Fusion Applications
    • This helps for diagnostic test registration tags and purge diagnostic test results

dgreybarrowAdministration tools for Oracle Fusion Middleware

  • Fusion Applications Control
    • This is used to monitor and administer Oracle Fusion Middleware components within Oracle WebLogic Server domain for a specific product family
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control (Grid Control)
    • This is used to monitor historical data for Oracle Fusion Middleware components across all Oracle
  • Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console
    • This is used to manage Oracle WebLogic Server in each domain
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware command-line tools
    • This is used to manage Oracle Fusion Middleware component . This is kind of Scripting Tool (WLST) and the Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server (OPMN)
  • Middleware support for Applications Security
    • Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console – Manage policies of enterprise applications
    • Oracle Authorization Policy Manager – Manage application policies
    • Oracle Access Manager Administration Console – Manage system configurations
    • Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console – Access users, roles, authorization policies
    • Oracle Web Service Policy Manager – Manage & secure web services for SOA composite applications

dgreybarrowAdministration Tools for Oracle Database

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control
    • This is used to monitor and manage the Oracle Database for the Oracle Fusion Applications

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Difference between a standard bank charge and a negotiated bank charge

Posted on July 24th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

Bank charges are the fees that a bank charges you for transferring funds from your disbursement bank account to the bank accounts of your suppliers.

You negotiate with your supplier whether to deduct the bank charges from an invoice payment and you pay the bank at one of the following rates:

  • Standard
  • Negotiated

Difference between a standard bank charge and a negotiated bank charge

  • A standard bank charge is the typical rate that a bank charges you to transfer funds from a disbursement bank account to a supplier bank account.
  • A negotiated bank charge is a negotiated rate that you and your bank agree upon for the transfer of funds.

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Obsolete in R12 : why everyone talks about New Feature ….. you need to know ….

Posted on July 24th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

Agree ,everyone talks about R12 New Feature ….. but not on Obsolete functions

Here are three things got Obsolete in R12

  1. The Oracle Trade Accounting feature is obsolete and replaced by Oracle’s Deduction Management solution. The Deductions Management solution is delivered in partnership between Oracle Receivables, Oracle Trade Management, and Oracle Credit Management products and provides a robust and efficient way to handle
    customer deductions and overpayments.
  2. The Bills of Exchange feature is obsolete and replaced by the Bills Receivable feature. The Bills Receivable feature provides a comprehensive solution to managing the entire life cycle of bills receivable: creation, acceptance, remittance, updates, history, and closing.
  3. The Collections Workbench module in Oracle Receivables is obsolete in this release. Like functionality is provided by Oracle Advanced Collections, including customer collections interactions and correspondences, transaction processing, and dunning activities as well as additional features. Oracle have a migration white paper and scripts will be provided to Receivables customers moving to Oracle Advanced Collections.

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Posted on July 18th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

Oracle E-Business Suite implements its own auditing mechanisms, Audit Trails.

Auditing database row changes is performance intensive. Limit auditing to non-transactional data. Auditing transactional data may cause significant performance degradation. Tables with more than a few changes an hour should not be considered for row level auditing. Plan and consult with a DBA before enabling Audit Trails.

This feature keeps a complete history of changes made at a table and column level. When initialized, a concurrent program creates a shadow table and places triggers on the columns to be audited. The triggers store column changes in the shadow table (a table whose name is the instance table’s name appended with _A)


To enable Audit Trail, follow these steps:

  1. Set System profile option AuditTrail: Activate to True
  2. Navigate through Security -> AuditTrail -> Install to set schemas for auditing
  3. Navigate through Security -> AuditTrail -> Groups to create audit groups and set tables to be audited. Set audit group to Enabled Requested
  4. Navigate through Security -> AuditTrail -> Tables to set columns in tables to be audited
  5. Run AuditTrail Update Tables to activate auditing


Purge the audit trail information on a regular basis. Prior to purging, disable the Audit Trail. Use the following procedure to purge audit data:

  1. As System Administrator, select Security -> Audit Trail -> Groups.
  2. Select the Security Audit group and set the group state to Disable – Purge Table.
  3. Run the Audit Trail Update Tables Report.
  4. Purge the data from the shadow table.
  5. Select Security -> Audit Trail -> Groups.
  6. Select the Security Audit group and set the group state to Enable.
  7. Run the Audit Trail Update Tables Report

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SLA enhancements :R12.1.1, R12.1.2 & R12.1.3

Posted on July 16th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

dgreybarrow R12.1.1 and R12.1.2 SLA enhancements

When you create new sub ledgers for reporting currencies, a new concurrent program SLA Secondary/ALC Ledger Historic Upgrade is provided to initialise the historical transactions for proper reconciliation.

This program retroactively posts historical accounting data from primarly ledgers to the newly created secondary or reporting currency ledgers.

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Oracle Fusion Applications : Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on July 10th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

Oracle Fusion Applications are currently available under an early adopter program. That means Oracle is not pushing to existing clients to replace their applications with Oracle Fusion Applications, but will instead its trying to build a reference base through their early adopter program.This post is series of Q&A, that everyone wants to know.

1. When Fusion was announced by Oracle ?

Last year during Oracle OpenWorld in September 2010, Oracle made several product announcements. Importantly, one of these was the announcement of Oracle Fusion Applications, the new set of Oracle Applications.

2. What is Oracle Fusion Applications?

Oracle Fusion Applications is the next generation of applications from Oracle. The entire product is based on experiences acquired with previous Oracle Applications offerings such as: Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle’s Siebel CRM, Oracle’s PeopleSoft Enterprise, and others, this new product was developed from scratch and written using the Java . The design and functionality used input from Oracle customers that provide input via the Customer Council for this product.

3. When will Oracle Fusion Applications be available?

Earlier Oracle announced that Fusion Apps will be available in 4Q2010 (fourth quarter of calendar year 2010) for a limited set of customers. This would be part of the early adopter program for this offering. Oracle Fusion Applications are finally nearing GA (General Availability), but not confirmed yet.

4 .What are choices recommended as far as adopting Fusion Applications?

GA date is not available for Fusion yet, therefore Oracle recommends these three options to customer:

  • Augmentation: for those existing customers will implement modules from the Oracle Fusion Applications suite to augment their existing Oracle Applications Unlimited implementations. An example of augmentation is an existing Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) financials and HCM user implementing the talent management functionality from Oracle Fusion Applications alongside the existing EBS implementation.
  • Replacement: Customers will replace some or all of their Applications Unlimited implementation with one or more of the Oracle Fusion Applications “pillars” For example, an organization with EBS Financials and HCM might decide to replace HCM with Oracle Fusion Applications HCM in the short term and replace the financial modules later.
  • Complete Adoption.Customers looking to replace existing legacy systems can move to a complete Fusion Applications environment. Companies operating globally have to make sure product must have offering for local requirement in first place.

5. What are the major components of Oracle Fusion Applications?

Fusion V1.0 currently, the major components are Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Financial Management (FM), Human Capital Management (HCM), Procurement, Project Portfolio Management, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC).

The scope of the Phase 1 release is shown in the graphic below.


6. How is Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture ?

Fusion application have three major components in there Architecture as fig below. you can check the details in previous post.

Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture

7. Are Oracle Fusion Applications a replacement for the existing Oracle Applications, such as Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft Enterprise, Oracle’s JD Edwards Applications and Siebel CRM?

No, Not At all. Oracle Fusion Apps is a new set of applications. It uses many concepts from previous applications. For example, the ERP concepts are taken from Oracle E-Business Suite. The CRM concept is taken from Siebel. However, the architecture of Fusion Apps is different from previous offerings. By design, there is a great symbiosis between Fusion Apps and Oracle Fusion Middleware. Considering the challenges that customer may face in pursuing a migration to Fusion Apps, Oracle is well recommending a “coexistence” approach that helps existing customers of a specific Oracle application.

8. What is Oracle Fusion Middleware?

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g provides the underlying infrastructure to run and manage all your software and hardware architectures. Middleware is the key to driving efficiencies and should be considered a business imperative. Fusion Middleware includes Development Tools; User Interaction; Enterprise Performance Management; Business Intelligence; Content Management; SOA & Process Management, Application Grid, Enterprise Management and Identity Management.

9.Are Oracle Fusion Applications Available for Purchase?

Yes. Oracle Fusion Applications are available. These fusion application came under seven product families are available for customers to purchase, or to upgrade to if they have a current maintenance agreement. However, Oracle has stated that organizations purchasing or upgrading to Oracle Fusion Applications can only do so under an early adopter program, and that all such purchases/migrations must be approved by Oracle’s executive management. These executives have to review and approve contracts to make sure customers have business requirements that can be addressed by the product in its initial release.

10.Did any one Deployed Fusion, and how Exactly Are They Doing?

Till date very limited information. Few month back Oracle press released announced one successful announcement , this may be part of early adopter program.There is only one live customer that has implemented some Oracle Fusion Applications functionality in an augmentation scenario.

11. What are different avaiable deployment options are available for Fusion?

Oracle Fusion Applications is offered with the following deployment options:[Adopted]

  • On premise, hosted by the enterprise
  • Public cloud (available to the general public), hosted over the Internet by Oracle, software as a service (SaaS), or Oracle business partners offering business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions
  • Private cloud (available internally behind a firewall), hosted as a SaaS or BPO offering
  • Hybrid, an implementation of both on premise and cloud

12. What is Early Adopter of Oracle Fusion Applications?

The Oracle Fusion Applications Early Adopter Customer Program (EAP) is by invitation only and enables strategic customers to get direct hands-on access to the next-generation Fusion Applications software before general availability.

Oracle Highlighted the following services as part of its early adopter program:

  • Oracle Product Development monitoring of service requests: Users service requests will be Monitored by development
  • Special training of system integrator and enterprise resources: Development will hosts a kickoff meeting for the project, and is directly involved in training customer and system integrator resources.
  • Oracle Product Development vetting of customer use cases: Oracle development resources will be directly involved in reviewing the customer’s envisioned use of Oracle Fusion Applications to ensure that the customer’s requirements can be met.
  • Customers have direct input to Oracle Product Development – as customers go through the implementation, they may find some functionality does not meet their specific requirements, and they are able to have direct input back to product development to address these issues. However, this is more suited to detailed functional issues, not major functional areas.
  • Oracle Product Development monitors customer system both before and after go-live.

13. What Are the Licensing Requirement of Oracle Fusion Applications?

Recently Oracle has published pricing information for its long-awaited Fusion Applications.The official pricing is available at Oracle website.

The list gives pricing information major Fusion Applications modules like financials, procurement, PPM (project portfolio management), HCM (human capital management), SCM (supply chain management), CRM, PRM (partner relationship management) and GRC (governance, risk and compliance).

If you are aware existing pricing for EBS then you cann’t not find any major difference in pricing for example, Fusion Financials and E-Business Suite Financials are priced the same, at US$4,595 per application user license.

14. How is security for Oracle Fusion Application?

Oracle Fusion Applications is highly secured, is of tightly coordinating the following security concerns and Features.

  • Role-based access control (RBAC)
  • Function security
  • Data security
  • Privacy
  • Access provisioning and identity management :The Oracle Fusion Applications installation process creates an initial user and provisions that user with the administration roles necessary for initial setup. Oracle IM is available in Oracle Fusion Applications through integration with Oracle Fusion Middleware. Identity management in Oracle Fusion Applications involves creating and managing user identities, creating and linking user accounts, managing user access control through user role assignment, managing enterprise roles, and managing OIM workflow approvals and delegated administration.
  • Segregation of duties policies:Segregation of duties (SOD) separates activities such as approving, recording, processing, and reconciling results so an enterprise can more easily prevent or detect unintentional errors and willful fraud
  • Enforcement across tools, technologies, data transformations, and access methods
  • Enforcement across the information life cycle

15. How about the Data Model for fusion?

Oracle Fusion Applications uses a unified data model, which is a superset of E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Siebel entities and attributes. You can extend this data model while maintaining consistent semantics.

  • Logical data striping offers flexible enterprise structures for global organizations.
  • Reference data sets enable business units to share reference data. Reference data is managed by sets.
  • Transactional data is managed or striped by business units.

You can assign sets of codes to each business unit.

Oracle Fusion Applications uses Trees, a hierarchy model that offers flexible hierarchies for cross line of business processes.

16. Does FusionApplication have flexfleld feature?

Yes, similar to EBS, fusion application have flex feild concept. Fusion is supporting mainly three types of flexfields

  • Descriptive flexfields
  • Extensible flexfields
  • Key flexfields

These flexfield enables enable implementers to configure application features without programming and fully supported within Oracle Fusion Applications.

17. What is so special for Fusion User interface?

Comparing to other Oracle application, Fusion user interface is consider to be best of breed. It is customer-driven have intuitive design of the applications which results in large productivity gains.

The user interface design of Oracle Fusion Applications is:

  • Role-based, which enables pervasive delivery in multiple modes, devices, and channels
  • Configurable and extensible supported enhancing the Productivity for individual users and groups of users
  • Composite and contextual, providing integrated information in the context of process
  • Built-in user communities and workspace, Web 2.0 information distribution, and embedded social computing to improve collaborative work

Some of good feature for Fusion UI are

  • Role-based dashboards that you can configure to your business needs
  • Unified worklist
  • Guided Business Processes, which are organized sets of tasks that help you get your work done more efficiently
  • Embedded analytics that provides the necessary information for completing a task
  • Contextual help that provides conceptual and procedural reference information
  • Oracle Fusion Applications Search, which provides a seamless search experience for easily locating and taking action on relevant data
  • Tagging, which enables you to associate keywords with objects so they can be easily located
  • Instant collaboration that provides the contact information for persons related to your tasks


18. Is this avaiable for download?

Yes, Beta version is avaiable for download from Oracle E-Delivery . Check it out the details at fteter blog(see blogroll).

19. What about the Business Process Design for Fusion?

Oracle Fusion Applications uses a declarative business process design that leverages Oracle SOA Suite.

That means all SOA related features include approval management flows, human workflows, Oracle Business Process Management Worklist (Oracle BPM Worklist), business rules, activity guides, and process configuration customization tools (Oracle SOA Composer).

Business Process design is done bt heavy usage of two languages 1) Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) and 2) Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN).

20. How about the Approval Management in Fusion Application?

In Fusion, AMX serves as a sophisticated assignment manager within human workflow allowing you to model complex approval patterns based on business rules.

21. How about audit feature in Fusion application?

Fusion Application implement Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework to handle all .In other word as typical audit feature like providing a measure of accountability and answers the “who has done what and when” types of questions.

This framework cover several key audit features driven by compliance, monitoring, and analytics requirements.

22. What are the other replacement feature in fusion that makes a differnce to EBS user?

Yes there are couple of them , here are few:

  • Identity Manager in Fusion apps replaces FND User
  • Business Units is replaced Operating Units
  • Access Control Governor replaces OICM
  • Date Effectivity replaces DateTrack

23. What is Replacement of processing like Concurrent program or concurrent manager similar to EBS in Fusion?

Oracle Enterprise Scheduler provides the ability to define, schedule, and run different types of jobs. You can run jobs on demand, or schedule them to run in the future.

24. What are major footprints in Fusion Financial Management ?

Fusion Financial Management component of the Oracle Fusion Applications suite, itsrevolutionizes productivity and information access with native, real-time intelligence.Current offering is with these foo- prints.

  • General Ledger
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Asset Management
  • Payments and Collections
  • Cash and Expense Management

25. What are major benifits for EBS Financials Users

  • They can see Graphical hierarchies (trees)
  • Shared reference data (SetId)
  • Open item reconciliation processing
  • Rules-based engine for AP matching
  • Comprehensive budgetary controls
  • Centralized inter-unit setup and processing
  • Multi-level, flexible cash positioning
  • Travel authorizations and cash advances

26. What are major benifits for PSFT Financials Users?

  • Subledger Accounting
  • BI Publisher (including eText)
  • Cash basis accounting
  • Bill Presentment Architecture
  • Credit Management
  • Advanced Collections
  • credit card processor integrations

27. Where I can get more information on fusion?

You can Find more information at in Oracle Fusion page for any information, white paper, podcast , and data sheet. You can also keep updated by reading fteter‘s and Debra‘s blog.I love reading both blogs.

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Infrastructure Components for Oracle Fusion Application

Posted on July 7th, 2011 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

These are three major Infra-structure Components for Fusion application within middelware :

1) Oracle Enterprise Crawl and Search Framework (ECSF)

Oracle Enterprise Crawl and Search Framework (ECSF): Oracle Enterprise Crawl and Search Framework enables the exposure of application context information on various business objects to enable full-text transactional search.

2) Oracle Enterprise Scheduler

This Enables you to manage and schedule jobs for Oracle Fusion Applications. read this for details.

Oracle Enterprise Scheduler Service provides the ability to run different Job Types, including: Java, PL/SQL, and Binary Scripts, distributed across the nodes in an OracleAS Cluster. Oracle Enterprise Scheduler Service runs these jobs securely, with high availability and scalability, with load balancing and provides monitoring and management through Oracle Enterprise Manager.

3) Applications Core aka Oracle Fusion Middleware Extensions for Applications

  • Applications Core(ApplCore) aka Oracle Fusion Middleware Extensions for Applications, provides design time and runtime infrastructure to help standardize complex development patterns for Oracle Fusion Applications. These simplifies the development process of these patterns and provides a consistent user experience, Pattern in Fusions are typically Flexfields, hierarchical relationships (Trees), data security, and UI patterns.
  • Applications Core provides shared libraries referenced by all the Oracle Fusion Applications, a standalone application for application setup and configuration, an Oracle JDeveloper extension to seamlessly integrate our components with the rest of the Oracle Fusion Applications technology stack, PLSQL API’s, C libraries, and common seed data.


The product families use the following common core framework and infrastructure for Oracle Fusion Applications.

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