Microsoft Power BI

Microsoft Power BI


Affordable and Powerful

Microsoft Power BI affordable and powerful. Do you need better reports from QuickBooks, Sage 50Cloud or Sage 100Cloud? Are you looking for interactive dashboards so you can quickly measure performances in your business?

Microsoft Power BI is an affordable, streamlined business analytics, intelligence, and reporting solution. With Microsoft Power BI, you can use the valuable data your business generates to improve your operations. Unlock the value of your data. Microsoft Power BI is a platform that lets everyone in your business make informed decisions from anywhere and on any device. This tool can be used with accounting systems such as QuickBooks, Sage 50Cloud and Sage 100Cloud.

Microsoft Power BI gives you big business analytics without the big cost. Consolidate data from various sources, then query the application to find meaningful information that can help you drive business decisions in real time. Connect with other applications you already use, and easily share information with your team.

Microsoft Power BI is a business intelligence (BI) tool that allows users to crunch data and create BI reports through a self-service interface. Use powerful drag-and-drop tools to create meaningful reports from and perform critical analysis on your data in new shape.

As of 7/16/2018 Microsoft Power BI has three pricing plans: Power BI Desktop: This offering is free to any single user and includes data cleaning and preparation, custom visualizations and the ability to publish to the Power BI service. Power BI Pro: The Pro plan costs $9.99/user/month. Current pricing is subject at the decision of Microsoft taken from https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-features-license-type

In the Power BI service, users have defined capabilities based on two types of licenses:

  • Per-userPower BI Pro licensing and free licensing. A Power BI Pro license enables access to all content and capabilities in the Power BI service, including the ability to share content and collaborate with other Pro users. Only Pro users can publish to and consume content from app workspace, share dashboards, and subscribe to dashboards and reports. A free license enables access to some of the features of the Power BI service. For more information, see Per-user license type comparison.
  • Capacity-basedPower BI Premium licensing. Premium provides dedicated capacity to deliver more consistent performance and support larger data volumes in Power BI. For individual users, Premium also enables widespread distribution of content by Pro users without requiring Pro licenses for recipients who view the content. For more information, see What is Power BI Premium? Visit Sage 50 Support.

 

This tool can be used with accounting systems such as QuickBooks, Sage 50Cloud and Sage 100Cloud. For additional information give us a call 800.475.1047 or email solutions@jcscomputer.com

Per-user license type comparison – Here is a list of features supported by per-user license type.

Microsoft Power Feature Comparisions Sage 100 Sage 50 QuickBooks Sage Intelligence

 

Sage 100Cloud Dashboard New Data Visualization

Sage 100Cloud Dashboard


New Data Visualization

Are you looking for new ways to slice, dice and visualize data and to share your discoveries for your Sage 100Cloud with your business team? Discover Sage 100Cloud Dashboard because Microsoft Power BI is a powerful tool and we can help you get where you want to. This new collection of tools and features from Microsoft transforms your company’s data into rich visuals for you to collect and organize, so you can spot trends, collaborate in new ways, and make sense of your data by using Sage Intelligence with Microsoft Power BI.

All business need comprehensive data analytics solutions to gain insights into business operations and financial performance. It is an importance for your business to be able to review this data and have an analysis process with analytics charts and reports including this data giving knowledge and measurable KPI’s. These are the primary data tables you need to understand in Sage 100 Accounting Software and we can help you discover them or design and create the dashboards for you.

  • Master lists
  • Data entry
  • History
  • Work tables

Accounting Business Solutions by JCS’s Microsoft Power BI Consulting Services our team wants to be part of your team so we can grow together and we are a perfect match to help you with your data visualization needs using Sage 100cloud dashboard. We can help you quickly view your complicated and piles of data and get the information you need to make business decisions. Once created these types of dashboards can present data very quickly and provide you a complete view of your information in an easily understandable format using an interactive data visualization tool. Specializing in Sage 100, Sage Intelligence and Microsoft Power BI services.

Sage 100Cloud Dashboard – Providing Sage 100Cloud support, Sage Intelligence consulting services and Mircosoft Power BI design and implementation. Give us a call 800.475.1047 or email at solutions@jcscomputer.com

 

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For Sage Intelligence Questions and Answers

Where to access File Layouts information (field and table schema) or the TRSG (Technical Reference and Support Guide) for Sage 100 ERP.

Versions 2018 and later

From the Sage 100 ERP Desktop, click Web Content in the bottom left-hand corner

In the Web Content Navigation Task pane that appears, click Resources

Under Program Information, click File Layouts and Program Information

In the File Layouts and Program Information window that appears, select any of the help topics, which are listed below.

Program Listings

File and Table Listings

File Layouts (Open this to see file layouts organized by module and table name)

Object Hierarchy Listings

Data Class Definitions Listing

File Names and Key Information (Legacy Only)

Cross Reference Information (This topic also includes Old File Names to New File Names Mapping and Old Field Names to New Field Names Mapping.

Object Reference

Prior to version 2018

From the Sage 100 ERP Desktop, click the View menu, then click Tasks

In the Tasks pane, under Sage 100 ERP, click Resources.

In the Resources window, click File Layouts and Program Information.

In the File Layouts and Program Information window that appears, select any of the help topics, which are listed below.

Program Listings

File and Table Listings

File Layouts (Open this to see file layouts organized by module and table name)

Data Class Definitions Listing

File Names and Key Information (Legacy Only)

Cross Reference Information (This topic also includes Old File Names to New File Names Mapping and Old Field Names to New Field Names Mapping.

Object Reference

Note: Prior to Sage 100 ERP (formerly Sage MAS 90 and 200) version 4.00, File Layouts information was available on disc, in a TRSG (Technical Reference and Support Guide) CD-ROM

Sage Intelligence requirements

  • Sage Intelligence must be installed as the Network Administrator.
  • Excel must be installed and activated prior to the Sage Intelligence installation.
  • Excel must be closed during installation of Sage Intelligence (also check that there are no remaining EXCEL.EXE processes listed in the Windows Task Manager-Processes tab)

What is the Sage Intelligence Report Utility?

The Sage Intelligence Report Utility is a tool that you can download from our website, which will enable you to automatically import any of the additional free Sage Intelligence reports.

How does the Sage 100 Sage Intelligence Report Utility work?

The Report Utility detects which Sage accounting or business management solution you are running and will show all the available free reports for your solution. You can then select the required reports to be automatically imported into a “New Reports” folder in the Sage Intelligence Report Manager for immediate use. Once you have installed the Report Utility, a shortcut will appear on your desktop, allowing you instant access to our regularly updated library of free reports.

Do I need to download the Sage 100 Sage Intelligence installer every time I want to check for updated reports?

No. You will only need to download the installer once and thereafter you can simply open the Report Utility from your desktop, showing you all the reports available to you.

Can I still download the reports without using the utility?

Yes. These reports may be still available on the Free Reports Group, although you will have to manually download and import each report individually into your Report Manager.

Does a customer have to be on the current version of Sage Intelligence Reporting to use this? Or could a very old Sage Intelligence Reporting version work with this Report Utility?

The Report Utility is compatible with the latest version of Sage Intelligence Reporting, but has not being tested on previous versions. You can however manually access these reports on the Free Reports Group on the Sage Intelligence Community.

Where will I find all the new reports that I have downloaded into the Report Manager?

There will be a new folder automatically added to your Report Manager folders called “New Reports”.

What version of Microsoft® Excel® does the Report Utility support?

Microsoft® Excel® 2010 +

What Sage Solutions are currently catered for?

Sage 50 US 2016, Sage Pastel V14, Sage Evolution V7, Sage 100 2016 (Std & Advanced), Sage 500 ERP 2016, Sage X3, Sage 100 Contractor US & Canadian Edition (v19.6).

How will I know which reports I don’t yet have?

The Report utility does a check against the reports in your Report Manager. Any reports that you do not have in your Report Manager will be selected. You can choose to download the selected reports or choose the unselect all option and then choose the specific reports you are wanting.

What happens if I mistakenly download the same report twice?

The report will be imported into your Report Manager twice, so you will need to delete the duplicate copy of the report.

How do I delete a report in the Report Manager?

Select the report you would like to delete, right click and select delete.

Can I rename these reports?

Yes. To rename the report, right click on the report and select rename. You will then type in what you would like to call the report and select the ok button.

Can I customize these reports?

Yes. To customize a report, we recommend you first take a copy of the report. Run out the copy report and make your changes in Microsoft Excel, and once complete right-click on the report in the Report Manager and choose to Save Excel Template.

Can I share these reports with other people?

If the user has a Sage Intelligence Report manager license we recommend that you share the link to the Report Utility with them. This way they will also have access to the free reports. Alternatively you could also use the normal export and import function of Sage Intelligence Reporting to share the report with others. If you would like to share the report with non-Sage Intelligence users then you would simply share the Excel workbook as per usual.

Can I request reports to be written?

If you can’t find the report you are looking for, we’d love to hear about your report ideas. Reports are are prioritised based on the number of requests received per idea/suggestion, ensuring that customers get what they need, when they need it.

Are there any pre-requisites to using the Sage 100 Sage Intelligence Report Utility?

  • Sage Accounting/BMS solution
  • Sage Intelligence Report Manager
  • .NET Framework 4.5 (this is automatically installed if you don’t have it)
  • Excel 2010+

If I am running two or more Sage Intelligence solutions on my machine how will the Utility work?

When you running the Installer, you will be prompted to say which Sage solution you would like to run it on.

Key functionality

Sage 100 Intelligence Reporting offers you four modules for purchase depending on your reporting requirements:

  1. Sage 100 Report Viewer

Run existing reports, in real time, when you want them.

  1. Sage 100 Report Manager

The Report Manager license allows you to do everything the Report Viewer does, plus it allows you to edit and customize your standard report templates and save them for future use, create new reports, sort drill-down and aggregate your data, and automate the distribution of your reports. Note: Sage 100 Business Care customers receive one Report Manager license for free.

  1. Sage 100 Report Designer

The Report Designer has revolutionized financial reporting! It gives you two methods to create and control your financial reports depending on your Excel knowledge and your unique business requirements.

  1. Sage 100 Connector

The Connector enables you to access and consolidate information from multiple sources.

Sage Intelligence for Accounting

Feature Updates

Sage 100 Sage Intelligence requirements

  • Sage Intelligence must be installed as the Network Administrator.
  • Excel must be installed and activated prior to the Sage Intelligence installation.
  • Excel must be closed during installation of Sage Intelligence (also check that there are no remaining EXCEL.EXE processes listed in the Windows Task Manager-Processes tab)

Excel Financial Functions for Sage Intelligence Quick Reference Guide

NPER function: Returns the number of periods for an investment

Syntax: NPER(rate, pmt, pv, [fv], [type])

Syntax Example: NPER(6%/12 (rate), -175 (pmt), 10000 (pv))

The Excel NPER function calculates the number of periods required to pay off a loan, for a specified constant periodic payment

and a constant interest rate.

FV function: Returns the future value of an investment

Syntax: FV(rate,nper,pmt,[pv],[type])

Syntax Example: FV(11%/12 (rate), 3 years *12 (nper), -1500 (pmt),)

The Excel FV function calculates the future value of an investment with periodic constant payments and a constant interest rate.

PMT function: Returns the periodic payment for an annuity.

Syntax: PMT(rate, nper, pv, [fv], [type])

Syntax Example: PMT(10%/12 (rate),5 years *12 (nper), 100000 (pv))

The Excel PMT function calculates the constant periodic payment required to pay off (or partially pay off) a loan or investment,

with a constant interest rate, over a specified period.

IPMT function: Returns the interest payment for an investment for a given period

Syntax: IPMT(rate,per,nper,pv,[fv],[type])

Syntax Example: IPMT(8%/12 (rate), 4 (per),7 years *12 (nper), 50000 (pv))

The Excel IPMT function calculates the interest payment, during a specific period of a loan or investment that is paid in constant

periodic payments, with a constant interest rate.

NETWORKDAYS function: Returns the number of working days between a start and end date

Syntax: NETWORKDAYS(start_date, end_date, [holidays])

Syntax Example: NETWORKDAYS(01/01/2012 (start_date), 31/01/2012(end_date), 01/01/2012 [holidays])

Returns the number of whole working days between a start and an end date. Working days excludes weekends (Saturday and

Sunday) and any dates identified as holidays. Can be used to calculate the number of days per month, or the start of one month

and the end of another.

NETWORKDAYS.INTL function: Returns the number of working days between a start and end date, allowing for

different specified weekend options

Syntax: NETWORKDAYS.INTL(Start_date, end_date, [weekend], [holidays])

Syntax Example: NETWORKDAYS.INTL(01/01/2012 (start_date), 31/01/2012(end_date), 3 [weekend], 01/01/2012[holidays])

Returns the number of whole workdays between two dates using parameters to indicate which and how many days are weekend

days. Weekend days and any days that are specified as holidays are not considered as workdays. Can use a specific number to

identify the combination of consecutive days (e.g. 3 = Monday and Tuesday), or a string of 0’s and 1’s to identify non-sequential

days (e.g. 0010100 = Wednesday and Friday).

PV function: Returns the present value of an investment

Syntax: PV(rate, nper, pmt, [fv], [type])

Sytnax Example: PV(8%/12 (rate), 8 years*12 (nper), -5000 (pmt))

The Excel PV function calculates the Present Value of an investment, based on a series of future payments

SLN function: Returns the straight-line depreciation of an asset for one period

Syntax: SLN(Cost, salvage, life)

Syntax Example: SLN(10000 (cost), 1000 (salvage), 5 (life))

The Excel SLN function calculates the straight line depreciation of an asset for one period

Excel Financial Functions

Quick Reference Guide

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DOLLARDE function: Converts a dollar price, expressed as a fraction, into a dollar price, expressed as a decimal number

Syntax: DOLLARDE(fractional_dollar, fraction)

Syntax Example: DOLLARDE(

Converts a dollar price expressed as an integer part and a fraction part, such as 1.02, into a dollar price expressed as a decimal

number. Fractional dollar numbers are sometimes used for security prices.

DOLLARFR function: Converts a dollar price, expressed as a decimal number, into a dollar price, expressed as a fraction

Syntax: DOLLARFR(decimal_dollar, fraction)

Syntax Example: DOLLARFR(1.09235 (decimal_dollar), 32 (fraction))

The Excel DOLLARFR function converts a dollar value in decimal notation into a fractional notation. The DOLLARFR and DOLLARDE

functions are designed for working with security prices, which are often quoted as fractional values.

CUMIPMT function: Returns the cumulative interest paid between two periods

Syntax: CUMIPMT(rate, nper, pv, start_period, end_period, type)

Syntax Example: CUMIPMT(5%/12 (rate),6 years * 12 (nper), 100000 (pv), 1 ( start_period), 12 (end_period, 0 (type)

The Excel CUMIPMT function calculates the cumulative interest paid on a loan or investment, between two specified periods.

CUMPRINC function: Returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan between two periods

Syntax: CUMPRINC(rate, nper, pv, start_period, end_period, type)

Syntax Example: CUMPRINC(5%/12 (rate),6 years * 12 (nper), 100000 (pv), 1 ( start_period), 12 (end_period, 0 (type)

The Excel CUMPRINC function calculates the cumulative payment on the principal of a loan or investment, between two specified

periods.

DB function: Returns the depreciation of an asset for a specified period by using the fixed-declining balance method

Syntax: DB(cost, salvage, life, period, [month])

Syntax Example: DB(15000 (cost), 1500 (salvage), 5 (life), 1 (period))

The Excel DB function calculates the depreciation of an asset, using the Fixed Declining Balance Method, for each period of the

asset’s lifetime.

DDB function: Returns the depreciation of an asset for a specified period by using the double-declining balance method or some

other method that you specify

Syntax: DB(cost, salvage, life, period, [factor])

Syntax Example: DB(12000 (cost), 1200 (salvage), 3 (life), 1 (period))

The Excel DB function calculates the depreciation of an asset, using the Double Declining Balance Method, or another specified

depreciation rate.

EFFECT function: Returns the effective annual interest rate

Syntax: EFFECT(nominal_rate, npery)

Syntax Example: EFFECT(10% (nominal_rate, 4 (npery)

The Excel EFFECT function returns the effective annual interest rate for a given nominal interest rate and number of compounding

periods per year. The NPERY parameter refers to the number of compounding periods per year.

General Program Shortcuts

Excel Keyboard Shortcuts.

Ctrl+N: Create a new workbook

Ctrl+O: Open an existing workbook

Ctrl+S: Save a workbook

F12: Open the Save As dialog box

Ctrl+W: Close a workbook

Ctrl+F4: Close Excel

F4: Repeat the last command or action. For example, if the last thing you typed in a cell is “hello,” or if you change the font color, clicking another cell and pressing F4 repeats that action in the new cell.

Shift+F11: Insert a new worksheet

Ctrl+Z: Undo an action

Ctrl+Y: Redo an action

Ctrl+F2: Switch to Print Preview

F1: Open the Help pane

Alt+Q: Go to the “Tell me what you want to do” box

F7: Check spelling

F9: Calculate all worksheets in all open workbooks

Shift+F9: Calculate active worksheets

Alt or F10: Turn key tips on or off

Ctrl+F1: Show or hide the ribbon

Ctrl+Shift+U: Expand or collapse the formula bar

Ctrl+F9: Minimize the workbook window

F11: Create a bar chart based on selected data (on a separate sheet)

Alt+F1: Create an embedded bar chart based on select data (same sheet)

Ctrl+F: Search in a spreadsheet, or use Find and Replace

Alt+F: Open the File tab menu

Alt+H: Go to the Home tab

Alt+N: Open the Insert tab

Alt+P: Go to the Page Layout tab

Alt+M: Go to the Formulas tab

Alt+A: Go to the Data tab

Alt+R: Go to the Review tab

Alt+W: Go to the View tab

Alt+X: Go to the Add-ins tab

Alt+Y: Go to the Help tab

Ctrl+Tab: Switch between open workbooks

Shift+F3: Insert a function

Alt+F8: Create, run, edit, or delete a macro

Alt+F11: Open the Microsoft Visual Basic For Applications Editor

Moving Around in a Worksheet or Cell

You can use keyboard shortcuts to easily navigate throughout your worksheet, within a cell, or throughout your entire workbook.

  • Left/Right Arrow: Move one cell to the left or right
  • Ctrl+Left/Right Arrow: Move to the farthest cell left or right in the row
  • Up/Down Arrow: Move one cell up or down
  • Ctrl+Up/Down Arrow: Move to the top or bottom cell in the column
  • Tab: Go to the next cell
  • Shift+Tab: Go to the previous cell
  • Ctrl+End: Go to the most bottom right used cell
  • F5: Go to any cell by pressing F5 and typing the cell coordinate or cell name.
  • Home: Go to the leftmost cell in the current row (or go to the beginning of the cell if editing a cell)
  • Ctrl+Home: Move to the beginning of a worksheet
  • Page Up/Down: Move one screen up or down in a worksheet
  • Alt+Page Up/Down: Move one screen to the right or left in a worksheet
  • Ctrl+Page Up/Down: Move to the previous or next worksheet

Selecting Cells

You may have noticed from the previous section you use the arrow keys to move between cells, and the Ctrl key to modify that movement. Using the Shift key to modify the arrow keys lets you extend your selected cells. There are also a few other combos for speeding up selection, as well.

  • Shift+Left/Right Arrow: Extend the cell selection to the left or right
  • Shift+Space: Select the entire row
  • Ctrl+Space: Select the entire column
  • Ctrl+Shift+Space: Select the entire worksheet

Learn How to Edit a cell using Sage Intelligence

  • Shift+F2: Add or edit a cell comment
  • Ctrl+X: Cut contents of a cell, selected data, or selected cell range
  • Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert: Copy contents of a cell, selected data, or selected cell range
  • Ctrl+V or Shift+Insert: Paste contents of a cell, selected data, or selected cell range
  • Ctrl+Alt+V: Open the Paste Special dialog box
  • Delete: Remove the contents of a cell, selected data, or selected cell range
  • Alt+Enter: Insert a hard return within a cell (while editing a cell)
  • F3: Paste a cell name (if cells are named in the worksheet)
  • Alt+H+D+C: Delete column
  • Esc: Cancel an entry in a cell or the formula bar
  • Enter: Complete an entry in a cell or the formula bar

How to Format Cells using Sage Intelligence is just as easy as in Excel

  • Ctrl+B: Add or remove bold to the contents of a cell, selected data, or selected cell range
  • Ctrl+I: Add or remove italics to the contents of a cell, selected data, or selected cell range
  • Ctrl+U: Add or remove underline to the contents of a cell, selected data, or selected cell range
  • Alt+H+H: Select a fill color
  • Alt+H+B: Add a border
  • Ctrl+Shift+&: Apply outline border
  • Ctrl+Shift+_ (Underline): Remove outline border
  • Ctrl+9: Hide the selected rows
  • Ctrl+0: Hide the selected columns
  • Ctrl+1: Open the Format Cells dialog box
  • Ctrl+5: Apply or remove strikethrough
  • Ctrl+Shift+$: Apply currency format
  • Ctrl+Shift+%: Apply percent format
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Microsoft Power BI Sage Intelligence Tools

Microsoft Power BI Sage Intelligence Tools

Microsoft Power BI is a business analytics tool. Delivering insights, enabling fast informed decisions by  creating very powerful dashboards for Sage 100 Cloud. JCS is experienced in working with small businesses using these tools and accounting software. JCS can help you develop and understand your requirements.  These are the benefits to leveraging this tool.

  • Transform your data into stunning visuals that are easy to understand.
  • Share them with colleagues on any device so your team can see where you are going.
  • Visually explore and analyze business information at staff and operations meetings.
  • Versions can be on-premises or in the cloud and all in one view so you can share.
  • Review any data from anywhere anyway you choose to see it.
  • Collaborate on and share customized dashboards and interactive reports with groups.
  • Scale across your organization with built-in governance and set strong security access.
  • Give us a call 800.475.1047 or email solutions@jcscomputer.com

But Frequently asked Questions:

Question: How fast is the use of Microsoft Power BI growing?

Answer: In the enterprise world Microsoft Power BI is first choice of many organizations as an add-on. Because it can be used for reporting on financial and business data for most software.

Question: How can I learn Microsoft Power BI?

Answer: You should start with Power BI guided learning provided by Microsoft but, another way is for consultants to provide online training dealing with fundamentals as well as some advanced concepts and easy examples.

Question: Can I share or collaborate my report on Power BI with colleagues?

Answer: Yes, you can share your report by printing, Publishing to the web, sharing dashboards or reports with a few people, from the service or the Power BI mobile apps, Bundling those dashboards and reports into apps and publishing them to a larger group or your whole organization. In any option you need a Power BI pro license or or the content needs to be in a Premium capacity. License requirements vary for the colleagues who view your dashboards, depending on the option you choose.

What accounting software can I use this with?

For choosing appropriate license, our experts will assist you using the following accounting software systems. For details contact us. 800.475.1047

  • Sage 100 Cloud
  • Sage 50 Cloud
  • QuickBooks
  • Microsoft Power BI Sage Intelligence New Tools

How many business use Microsoft Power BI?

Answer: We have found over 10,000 companies using Microsoft power BI and the companies using Microsoft power BI are most often found in United States and in the Computer Software industry. Microsoft power BI is most often used by companies with 50-200 employees and 1M-10M dollars in revenue.

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What is QuickBooks Advanced Reporting anyway?

With QuickBooks Advanced Reporting you can make better business decisions because it is very powerful and gives you the ability to customize your reports and gain more insights into your business. The main benefits of QuickBooks Advanced Reporting are the built in rich feature set, flexibility, it is user friendly and easy to learn and operate.

The QuickBooks Advanced Reporting tool is so flexible because you can select from multiple designs, templates, and layouts easily helping you create the reports you need to analyze your data. We are also impressed with QuickBooks Advanced Reporting and the smart reporting functionality that uses templates to help you generate custom as well as traditional reports, and easily send them out to MS Excel or PDF formats

The QuickBooks Advanced Reporting approach regarding Business Discovery puts sharing and collaborating in the center of the decision-making process. QuickBooks Advanced Reporting comprehensive dashboard technologies and interactive visualizations make data discovery easy and can display the results in a format you choose. QuickBooks Advanced Reporting connects directly to a number of business applications including Microsoft Excel, Data from Excel to any other data platform, Adobe PDF as well as QuickBooks data.

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