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Get involved: Enter the GPUG Summit “AppOFF” Competition

David Meego - Click for blog homepageWith the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, developers were provided with additional Service Based Architecture (SBA) functionality built into the application and development environment.

Service Based Architecture is primarily comprised of two features: Service Enabled Procedures and the .Net Interop.

These two features blur the line of distinction between Dexterity and the .Net development world. Previously tools like Continuum and Visual Studio Tools allowed external developers to interface with Dexterity based applications, but Dexterity itself was unaware of these tools and their integrations.

With Service Based Architecture, Dexterity is now able to get in on the party. It can create code in the form of Service Enabled Procedures which are exposed to the outside world as REST based web services. It can also now use .Net objects, methods, properties and datatypes directly in Dexterity’s sanScript language.

GPUGSummit_Logo

To promote the use of this technology, at the upcoming GPUG Summit confence in Reno, Nevada, USA on the 13-16 October 2015, the Dynamics GP User Group (GPUG) will be hosting an “AppOFF” competition.

The competition is inviting GPUG members to design and create a Dynamics GP related App which can either leverage the default web services included with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 or use custom developed Dexterity service enabled procedures to provide additional web services.

The aim is to edcuate members on the tools that can be used to create Apps and so providing some GP related Apps for the community to use, while having some fun with a contest between members.

If you saw the development tools session that Mariano and I presented at Convergence, we showed you can use the Project Siena tool in conjunction with standard GP web services to create functional App in only a few minutes.

For more information on the objectives and guidelines, see Kim Peterson’s blog post

Get involved, enter now.

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: Conference, Development, GPUG, News Tagged: Conference, GPUG, GPUG Summit 2015, News

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You receive "Could’n retrieve the list of available databases: The connection attempt failed" error when updating Management Reporter 2012

Hi everyone! I’m on the tail-end of upgrading a client to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 and came up on an interesting issue when attempting to update Management Reporter 2012 CU6 to CU9.

Background

In order to create my client’s test environment for this upgrade, we cloned their production VMWare environment and went through all the usual server renames, static IP changes, SQL Server renaming, and so forth.

For the Management Reporter 2012 database server, we followed the applicable entries outlined in How to move Microsoft Management Reporter 2012 to a new server (CustomerSource access required), and in particular we removed the Application and Process services then ran the T-SQL script to re-create the certificate and symmetric key.

Once these portions of the configuration were in place, we proceeded to install Management Reporter 2012 CU9, first installing the Application and Process services – which also performed the overall ManagementReporter database update.

Next was to create the Data Mart database.

When we tried to connect to the Dynamics GP server to retrieve a list of the available databases to select the system database, we stumbled upon the following error: “Couldn’t retrieve the list of available databases. The connection attempt failed.

Configuration Console – Dynamics GP Connection information error when clicking on the Database drop-down list

When I checked the Event Viewer, the following entry could be seen:

The encrypted setting, Password, could not be decrypted.
— Exception Dump — 
Caught Exception: [System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException] Encrypted data was invalid and cannot be decrypted.
Stack trace:
   at Microsoft.Dynamics.Integration.DataAccessLayer.DataProtection.Decrypt(Byte[] data)
   at Microsoft.Dynamics.Integration.DataAccessLayer.DataProtection.DecryptSettings(XElement settings)

User: DomainMRAdmin
Machine: GPTOOLSTEST

Solution

Clearly, the data source information to the Dynamics GP database server wasn’t being adequately validated somewhere by the installer. Furthermore, the installer was attempting to decrypt the password I was passing in via Microsoft.Dynamics.Integration.DataAccessLayer.DataProtection.Decrypt() method which happens to be a part of the Dexterity Shared Components.

I then recalled that the Management Reporter Server installation process uses the Dexterity Shared Components to validate the connection to the system database. In reviewing the Dexterity Shared Components on the server, I found out that version 14 was installed — version 14 corresponds to the Dexterity Shared Components installed by Dynamics GP 2015. So, I was a bit puzzled. However, further analyzing this issue, I realized that CU9 predates the days of Dynamics GP 2015, so the version of the Dexterity Shared Components it must be looking for were those of Dynamics GP 2013 or earlier. It was a long shot, but I installed the Dexterity Shared Components version 12 from the Dynamics GP 2013 CD.

Once I fired up Configuration Console and attempted the configuration of Data Mart, I was then able to choose the system database from the Dynamics GP server and complete the process just fine.

Additional Notes

In doing some poking around into the ManagementReporter database tables, searching for a potential answer to this issue, I found that the dbo.ControlCompany table contains the GLEntityConnectionInformation column, which stores an XML document with some connection information. If your test environment is a result of cloning a VMWare or Hyper-V image, chances are the data stored in this column will contain the original server information and will need to be edited to reflect the current test environment server information. By simply right-clicking on the table and choosing to Edit the Top 200 rows option, you can edit the server name. The content of the XML document stored in this column looks something like this (server name in red):







GPTOOLSTEST


DDM


TWO


false


sa


AOaPHTA9VkmLvkUcyA053AEAAABurN19cbBVL3sfs/UoYU4o3YPglXB4SSrzLzXjlavUpC+uSNKdDYDDEjS9MfKKlao=


false


So you maybe asking, “why not update from CU6 to CU13+Hotfix directly?”. As it turned out, I found out that this while technically possible, causes some very undesired results with very complex reports. More on this in a follow up post.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
Intelligent Partnerships, LLC
http://www.intelligentpartnerships.com/

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You receive "Could’n retrieve the list of available databases: The connection attempt failed" error when updating Management Reporter 2012

Hi everyone! I’m on the tail-end of upgrading a client to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 and came up on an interesting issue when attempting to update Management Reporter 2012 CU6 to CU9.

Background

In order to create my client’s test environment for this upgrade, we cloned their production VMWare environment and went through all the usual server renames, static IP changes, SQL Server renaming, and so forth.

For the Management Reporter 2012 database server, we followed the applicable entries outlined in How to move Microsoft Management Reporter 2012 to a new server (CustomerSource access required), and in particular we removed the Application and Process services then ran the T-SQL script to re-create the certificate and symmetric key.

Once these portions of the configuration were in place, we proceeded to install Management Reporter 2012 CU9, first installing the Application and Process services – which also performed the overall ManagementReporter database update.

Next was to create the Data Mart database.

When we tried to connect to the Dynamics GP server to retrieve a list of the available databases to select the system database, we stumbled upon the following error: “Couldn’t retrieve the list of available databases. The connection attempt failed.

Configuration Console – Dynamics GP Connection information error when clicking on the Database drop-down list

When I checked the Event Viewer, the following entry could be seen:

The encrypted setting, Password, could not be decrypted.
— Exception Dump — 
Caught Exception: [System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException] Encrypted data was invalid and cannot be decrypted.
Stack trace:
   at Microsoft.Dynamics.Integration.DataAccessLayer.DataProtection.Decrypt(Byte[] data)
   at Microsoft.Dynamics.Integration.DataAccessLayer.DataProtection.DecryptSettings(XElement settings)

User: DomainMRAdmin
Machine: GPTOOLSTEST

Solution

Clearly, the data source information to the Dynamics GP database server wasn’t being adequately validated somewhere by the installer. Furthermore, the installer was attempting to decrypt the password I was passing in via Microsoft.Dynamics.Integration.DataAccessLayer.DataProtection.Decrypt() method which happens to be a part of the Dexterity Shared Components.

I then recalled that the Management Reporter Server installation process uses the Dexterity Shared Components to validate the connection to the system database. In reviewing the Dexterity Shared Components on the server, I found out that version 14 was installed — version 14 corresponds to the Dexterity Shared Components installed by Dynamics GP 2015. So, I was a bit puzzled. However, further analyzing this issue, I realized that CU9 predates the days of Dynamics GP 2015, so the version of the Dexterity Shared Components it must be looking for were those of Dynamics GP 2013 or earlier. It was a long shot, but I installed the Dexterity Shared Components version 12 from the Dynamics GP 2013 CD.

Once I fired up Configuration Console and attempted the configuration of Data Mart, I was then able to choose the system database from the Dynamics GP server and complete the process just fine.

Additional Notes

In doing some poking around into the ManagementReporter database tables, searching for a potential answer to this issue, I found that the dbo.ControlCompany table contains the GLEntityConnectionInformation column, which stores an XML document with some connection information. If your test environment is a result of cloning a VMWare or Hyper-V image, chances are the data stored in this column will contain the original server information and will need to be edited to reflect the current test environment server information. By simply right-clicking on the table and choosing to Edit the Top 200 rows option, you can edit the server name. The content of the XML document stored in this column looks something like this (server name in red):







GPTOOLSTEST


DDM


TWO


false


sa


AOaPHTA9VkmLvkUcyA053AEAAABurN19cbBVL3sfs/UoYU4o3YPglXB4SSrzLzXjlavUpC+uSNKdDYDDEjS9MfKKlao=


false


So you maybe asking, “why not update from CU6 to CU13+Hotfix directly?”. As it turned out, I found out that this while technically possible, causes some very undesired results with very complex reports. More on this in a follow up post.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
Intelligent Partnerships, LLC
http://www.intelligentpartnerships.com/

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#GPPT Now that GP Power Tools is available, what happens to my Support Debugging Tool installation?

David Meego - Click for blog homepageIf you follow this blog, I am sure you already know that GP Power Tools has been released through my distribution and support partner, Mekorma, for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, GP 2013 and GP 2015.

The question I am hearing now from existing Support Debugging Tool sites is:

Now that GP Power Tools is available, what happens to my Support Debugging Tool installation?“.

The short answer is simple …. Nothing, absolutely nothing.

The long answer is summarised below:

Development: The Support Debugging Tool is discontinued and there is no further development.

Support: The Support Debugging Tool is no longer supported (it was never supported by Microsoft).

Expiry: The Support Debugging Tool will not expire.

If you are using the Support Debugging Tool with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 or GP 2013, you should really upgrade to GP Power Tools so you can be on a better product that IS supported and IS being developed futher.

The following articles contain details of the many enhancements, improvements, additional features and fixes that GP Power Tools has over the Support Debugging Tool:

The special introductory annual subscription price of US$365 means that you can have Peace of Mind for a dollar a day. You will even get an extra day for free every four years. :-)

That’s cheaper than a morning coffee and much more useful.

For more information on ordering, please see the GP Power Tools Portal:

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: 2010, 2013, 2013 R2, 2015, 2015 R2, Dynamics, GP, GP Power Tools, Microsoft, Products, Support Debugging Tool Tagged: GP 2010, GP 2013, GP 2015, GP Power Tools, GPPT, SDT, Support Debugging Tool, What’s New

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Upcoming US Trip for reIMAGINE and GPUG Summit

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is a Public Service Announcement. A warning to everyone in the USA that I am coming to visit again and will be bringing the obligatory “stash” of Australia foods to inflict upon the unwary.

Then again, everything I bring with the exception of Vegemite usually goes down very well. :-)

I am coming over in September to Fargo, North Dakota for the reIMAGINE 2015 partner conference, which is being held between the 21st and 23rd September 2015.

reIMAGINE2015_Logo

I am down to present or host 3 sessions at this conference with my friend and partner in crime, Mariano Gomez (The Dynamics GP Blogster).

Conference Sessions

  • 21-Sep-2015 3:15pm – 4:15pm: 25 Development Tricks and Hacks in 50 Minutes
  • 22-Sep-2015 9:45am – 10:45am: Expert 1-on-1 Workroom
  • 23-Sep-2015 11:30am – 12:30am: Developing in Dexterity

I am also going to be in Reno, Nevada in October for the GPUG Summit 2015 conference, which is being held between the 13th and 16th October 2015.

GPUGSummit_Logo

I am going to be very busy at GPUG Summit as I am going to be running some preconference training (by myself) as well as presenting a number of sessions (with Mariano Gomez).

Pre-Conference Training

  • 12-Oct-2015 8:00am – 12:00pm: Introduction to the Support Debugging Tool/GP Power Tools
  • 12-Oct-2015 1:00pm – 5:00pm: Advanced Support Debugging Tool/GP Power Tools Tricks and Tips

Conference Sessions

  • 14-Oct-2015 9:45am – 10:45am: Calling all Geeks! Find out how Apps work with Dynamics GP
  • 14-Oct-2015 11:00am – 12:00pm: GPUG App-Off! (I will post more about this soon)
  • 14-Oct-2015 4:30pm – 6:00pm: Why is the Support Debugging Tool/GP Power Tools so Amazing?
  • 15-Oct-2015 3:15pm – 4:15pm: 25 Development Tricks and Hacks in 50 minutes
  • 15-Oct-2015 4:45pm – 5:45pm: Developing Service Applications with Dexterity: A No Nonsense Step-by-Step Guide
  • 16-Oct-2015 1:00pm – 2:00pm: Using GP Power Tools to Write Custom Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP

As it is long way to travel, I won’t be going home to Perth in between the conferences. I will be running a 5 day Dexterity Training course in Mexico City, Mexico and spending some time in the USA visiting with friends.

Looking forward to seeing you at one or both of the conferences.

See you soon.

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: Conference, GPUG, News, Public Service Announcement Tagged: Conference, GPUG Summit 2015, News, reIMAGINE 2015

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#GPPT Installing GP Power Tools (Upgrading from SDT, Silent Installs and more)

David Meego - Click for blog homepageNow that GP Power Tools has been out for a little while and I have recently released a hotfix that improves the installer as well as fixes some issues found with the tool, it is time to explain how the installer works and answer some frequently asked questions.

Please note that some of the information in this article only relates to the build 20 hotfix (Last Modified: 19-Aug-2015) or later. If you are unsure what build you have, just go and download the latest installer from the Mekorma website. If you look at the installer’s properties, the File Version will show as XX.0.20.4 or later.

Below are the questions and their answers:

Do I have to uninstall the Support Debugging Tool before installing GP Power Tools?

No, there is no need to uninstall the Support Debugging Tool from Microsoft Dynamics GP if you already have it installed. GP Power Tools and its installer have special code built in for handling the upgrade from the Support Debugging Tool to GP Power Tools.

What happens when upgrading from the Support Debugging Tool to GP Power Tools?

When the GP Power Tools installer detects the Debugger.dic file, it will install an additional Debugger.cnk file and automatically unchunk the file. The now extracted Debugger.dic dictionary will then run some upgrade code. The purpose of this code is to update the product name and file paths in the Dynamics.set launch file so they refer to GP Power Tools instead of the Support Debugging Tool.

The step to update the launch file is needed because the Support Debugging Tool and GP Power Tools share the same product ID 5261, and the Dynamics.set is not updated when installing a chunk for a product ID that already exists in the launch file.

Before you ask, I needed to re-use the same product ID to avoid breaking all the scripts that use Helper Functions that call with name “” in dictionary 5261. Also, it would be unwise to have both products installed at the same time as they would clash.

Next, the installer will install and unchunk the GPPTools.cnk as well as installing the DLL files needed for the .Net scripting functionality. The now extracted GPPTools.dic dictionary also runs some upgrade code. This code will adjust the Dynamics.set to ensure that the Mekorma Product Manager is listed before GP Power Tools in the file. It will also remove the now redundent Support Debugging Tool files.

What happens to all the data and settings I had in the Support Debugging Tool?

All the Support Debugging Tool’s settings are stored in a Debugger.xml file which will be located in the the Data folder or in a shared location if that has been set up.

After GP Power Tools installs and creates its tables in the System Database, it will look for the Debugger.xml file and import it to restore the data and settings.

You can restore a different Debugger.xml or backup to a Debugger.xml file at any time from the Setup Backup and Restore window in GP Power Tools.

Do I have to uninstall when installing a later build of GP Power Tools?

No, You can just install the later build over the top to update the existing instance. You can also use this feature to reinstall or repair an existing instance.

How can I uninstall a specific instance of GP Power Tools?

You can either run the installer and select the instance to be removed from the list of existing instances, or you can select the specific instance from the Control Panel >> Programs and Feature and uninstall it.

Why does the installer stop me uninstalling GP Power Tools when it is still installed in Microsoft Dynamics GP?

The GP Power Tools installer does not want to break your Microsoft Dynamics GP application. If the GP Power Tools files were removed before the product was removed from the Dynamics.set launch file, you will would get missing dictionary errors next time you launched GP.

You must uninstall GP Power Tools from inside the application using the About GP Power Tools window first. This will also remove the security and navigation entries it added and give you the option to remove the SQL objects created. Before removing the tables, GP Power Tools will back up their data to the Debugger.xml file.

Once, the GP Power Tools dictionary is removed from the Dynamics.set launch file and the addin DLLs have been renamed, your Microsoft Dynamics GP system can restart without issues. Now you can run the installer to complete the uninstall.

Can I do a Silent Install of GP Power Tools?

Yes, you can. From build 20 hotfix onwards, the installer supports performing a silent install from a command line with administrator privileges. You can specify the Microsoft Dynamics GP Instance and path to install to.

Below are examples of the syntax:

Installing to default instance of Microsoft Dynamics GP
GPPowerTools_14.00.0020.exe /s INSTALL=TRUE TARGETDIR="C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft DynamicsGP2015"
Installing to default instance of Microsoft Dynamics GP specifying instance name
GPPowerTools_14.00.0020.exe /s INSTALL=TRUE TARGETDIR=" C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft DynamicsGP2015" DYNINSTDESC="(Default)"
Installing to a specified instance of Miicrosoft Dynamics GP
GPPowerTools_14.00.0020.exe /s INSTALL=TRUE TARGETDIR=" C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft DynamicsGP2015R2" DYNINSTDESC="GP2015-R2"

Notes:

  • The top two examples are essentially the same, if using the default instance of Microsoft Dynamics GP, then you don’t need to specify the instance name. If you do wish to specify the instance name then use “(Default)” for default instance.
  • When specifying the instance, it must match an existing GP instance as it will be checked in the registry.
  • When specifying the path, it must contain a Dynamics.exe of the same version as it will also be checked.

I have multiple installation instances on my system, can I install GP Power Tools for the other instances?

Yes, just run the installer again and select the option to create or update an instance. Then when asked to select the instance, just select a different instance from the list. You can also perform a silent install to a different instance.

The list of instances is read from the registry and so will only contain instances actually installed using the Microsoft Dynamics GP installer.

I have manually created additional application folders, can I install GP Power Tools to the additional folders?

There are times were you might have additional Microsoft Dynamics GP application folders with different products or customisations installed. These folders are often created by manually copying the application folder and editing the paths in the Dynamics.set and Dex.ini files.

These additional folders will not show up as instances in the installer. So use the installer for the actual instance instances first. Then you can copy the files from the installed instance to the additional folders. You will need to locate the chunk files in the appropriate C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft Dynamics GPGUID folder.

Hint: Use right click >> Properties >> Dictionary tab to confirm the versions of the chunk files.

Copy these files to the application folder:

  • GPPTools.cnk
  • GPPTools.pdf
  • GPPTools.txt
  • GPPTools_License.doc
  • Application.GpPowerTools.dll
  • Application.GpPowerTools.xml
  • Application.GpPowerTools.Metadata.dll (GP 2015 or later only)
  • Application.GpPowerTools.Metadata.xml (GP 2015 or later only)
  • MEP7156.cnk
  • MPRK.dll
  • MEP.chm

Copy these files to the application/Addins folder:

  • WinthropDC.GpPowerToolsVB.dll
  • WinthropDC.GpPowerToolsVC.dll

You will need to run Microsoft Dynamics GP as Administrator once to allow the chunk files to extract.

 

Hope this answers all your questions.

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: 2010, 2013, 2013 R2, 2015, 2015 R2, Dynamics, GP, GP Power Tools, Microsoft, News, Products, Support Debugging Tool Tagged: FAQ, GP 2010, GP 2013, GP 2015, GP Power Tools, GPPT, SDT, Support Debugging Tool

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#GPPT GP Power Tools Build 20 hotfix released

David Meego - Click for blog homepageI know that I should not be surprised as I have been in this industry for so long, but after all the work and testing done prior to releasing GP Power Tools Build 20, we have still come across some issues that needed fixing.

You probably won’t come across most of the issues as they relate to problems caused when company databases are not installed or are offline for some reason. Anyhow, GP Power Tools is now smart enough to handle these extra situations.

If you already have GP Power Tools installed, please download this latest hotfix build and install it over the top of your existing instance.

This build can be identified by the Last Modified: 19-Aug-2015 date on the About GP Power Tools window.

Version History

Below is a summary of the changes made for releases 11.00.0020, 12.00.0020 and 14.00.0020 hotfix (Last Modified: 19-Aug-2015):

  • Fixed URI Meta data on ServicePostCustom Service Enabled Procedure for version 14.00 onwards.
  • Fixed Logging options on Tools menu not initializing correctly after login. Problem caused by a Dexterity bug.
  • Added check to see if SQL Database has a status of Online before it can be selected in Database Validation window.
  • Added check to see if SQL Database has a status of Online before reading data and settings in System Status report.
  • Added check to see if SQL Database has a status of Online before Executing scripts in SQL Execute window.
  • Added check to see if SQL Database has a status of Online before Executing scripts in SQL Executer window.
  • Changed Navigation for Runtime Execute, SQL Execute and .Net Execute to add the word Setup to differentiate from the Executer windows.
  • Fixed Database Validation to create Logins as Disabled when the user is marked as Inactive within Microsoft Dynamics GP.
  • Added Handling of Offline Databases to Database Validation window to avoid errors when database cannot be accessed.
  • Added Handling of Incorrect System Database or Company ID in company database SY00100 table for version 12.00 onwards.
  • Fixed issues with case sensitivity on Binary Sort Order SQL Servers for Database Validation.
  • Improve clean up of previous Support Debugging Tool Install.
  • Support for Silent Installs (more details in upcoming article).

Downloads

The download links are on the bottom of Mekorma’s GP Power Tools page.

Note: You might be warned when downloading the installer that the file “is not commonly downloaded”. This is because the security certificate for Winthrop Development Consultants is still new and will take a little time to propagate through the internet. If this happens, you might need to unblock the file using Right-Click >> Properties >> Unblock.

GP Power Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP – User Guide Manual Documentation

Note: The manual is included with the installer, but is also available as a separate download.

Support Information

Support for GP Power Tools is provided by Winthrop Development Consultants’ distribution and support partner, Mekorma.

Support cases can be logged using the link below:

Support hours are 6:00am to 5:00pm (US Pacific Time), Monday to Friday.

Pricing Information

For customers, the special introductory price for an annual subscription is US$365 per year. That’s Peace of Mind for a dollar a day, and every four years you will get an extra day for free. :)

Please place your orders via Mekorma’s Order Now page:

Partners can request Not for Resale (NFR) registration keys. Please email sales@Mekorma.com with the following details:

  • Contact Name
  • Company Name
  • Company Address
  • Phone Number
  • Your Microsoft Account Number

More Information

For more information, please see the GP Power Tools Portal Page:

You can also look at the GP Power Tools pages on the Winthrop Development Consultants and Mekorma sites:

 

Please post your feedback as comments on this article or using the GP Power Tools Feedback Survey on what you think of this build and what you would like to see in the future.

David

This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

Filed under: 2010, 2013, 2013 R2, 2015, 2015 R2, Dynamics, GP, GP Power Tools, Microsoft, News, Products Tagged: GP 2010, GP 2013, GP 2015, GP Power Tools, GPPT

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