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OCLC News  

OCLC PRODUCT OF THE MONTH: LOCAL DATA RECORD UPDATING

UPDATE YOUR SERIALS HOLDINGS DATA IN WORLDCAT FOR FREE

OCLC Local Data Record Updating provides automated batch processing that allows libraries to maintain serials holdings information in WorldCat. Libraries wishing to update their local data records can do so through OCLC Local Data Record Updating at no charge through June 30, 2003.

What are LDRs?
Local Data Records (LDRs) describe your library's copy-specific holdings data. They are attached to a serial's bibliographic record in WorldCat. They allow you to let patrons know not just that you own a particular serial title, but specifically what years and volumes you hold. LDR information is part of the OCLC Union List Service.

Why should I update my LDRs?
OCLC has added LDR information to both the ILL Service and FirstSearch with recent enhancements to both systems. Recognizing that these enhancements will give greater visibility to libraries' local data records, OCLC is encouraging libraries to update their local data record information.

LDRs in ILL
The "Lender Local Data Record (LDR)" enhancement was installed in the ILL Service in November 2002. This enhancement adds the lender's LDR information from the OCLC Union List service to all "Pending" requests in the ILL Web Interface, Passport, ILLME, and ILLiad. The addition of local holdings information to the lender screen allows lending libraries to quickly and efficiently identify requests that can be immediately declined. This enhancement supports quicker processing of new lending requests and improves turn-around time.

How it works in ILL:

LDRs in FirstSearch
In February 2003, holdings information as recorded in Local Data Records (LDRs) in the OCLC Union List service was made accessible from within the WorldCat database on the OCLC FirstSearch service. Users of WorldCat on FirstSearch see union list data for their institution on the detailed record display, and for other institutions when holdings are displayed from a WorldCat serial record. In addition, clicking the LDR column heading on this screen will sort the entries by LDR, making it easier to see the libraries that provide year and volume holdings information.

Data is extracted directly from the Union List service, NOT from the Union Lists of Periodicals Database on FirstSearch. Though the OCLC Union List service is updated in real time, the holdings visible from WorldCat on FirstSearch are updated every 24 to 72 hours. They are much more up-to-date than the FirstSearch Union Lists database, which is updated twice annually.

Extending the availability of LDR data helps users more easily locate information in the collections of their own and others' libraries, and gives them better overall access to information sources contained in libraries' physical collections.

How can I update my LDRs?
OCLC Local Data Record (LDR) Updating enables libraries to add, update or delete copy-specific holdings data in OCLC's WorldCat through batch processing.

Why use LDR Updating? Libraries wishing to update their LDRs can do so through OCLC LDR Updating at no charge through June 2003 for data compliant with the MARC 21 Format for Holdings Data (Concise Edition available on the Library of Congress website at <http://www.loc.gov/marc/holdings/echdhome.html>). An evaluation fee of $300.00 is charged for patterned data submitted in non-MARC formats. Libraries must request to have their holdings batch loaded before June 30, 2003 to take advantage of the promotion. A library may submit batch files on a regular schedule of their choice, or update with one-time batch project and then maintain LDRs online through the OCLC Union List service <http://www.oclc.org/oclc/menu/union.htm>.

Requirements for updating LDRs:
Libraries are no longer required to meet the MARC 21 Format for Holdings Data (MFHD) standards to use the LDR Updating Service. Libraries may now submit records in non-MARC formats as long as they contain "patterned data." "Patterned data" consists of field descriptions and content and must be in one of the following formats:
How to order:
Libraries interested in LDR Updating should review the OCLC Local Data Record Updating Service Planning Guide at <http://www.oclc.org/oclc/union/ldrus.pdf>.

To subscribe to the LDR Updating service:
  1. Submit a Batchload Order form online at <https://www3.oclc.org/app/batchload_order/>.
  2. Send a file of records to OCLC. Libraries can send files via EDX, tape, diskette, or e-mail attachment. If the project is ongoing and the institution wishes to use FTP, they must complete an EDX Assessment form if they're not already subscribed to other OCLC products using FTP. The EDX Assessment form is accessible here: <https://www3.oclc.org/app/edx_assessment/>
For more information on OCLC Local Data Record Batch Processing, go to <http://www.oclc.org/batchprocessing/localdatarecords/>.

Please feel free to email Christa Burns, NEBASE OCLC Member Services Coordinator if you have any questions at or phone 402-471-3107 or 800-307-2665.

Christa Burns
OCLC Member Services Coordinator
Nebraska Library Commission

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Reference   

FREE FIRSTSEARCH PROMOTIONAL TOOLKIT AVAILABLE

The updated FirstSearch promotional toolkit is available now at no charge! This new set of promotional materials may be used to help your library's users better understand the value of using the WorldCat database on the OCLC FirstSearch service.

This kit is also available online for download and customization at <http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/promoting/toolkit.htm>.

This kit will help you show your users that:

The kit contains:
Order print copies of the toolkit or individual items at no charge through the OCLC Publications Request form at <http://www.oclc.org/oclc/forms/pubreq.htm>, using the following titles and product codes:

 

Title

Order Number

FirstSearch/WorldCat Promotional Toolkit

PAC 3632

Finding what you want in OCLC FirstSearch

PRM 2988

FirstSearch/WorldCat table tents, 2

PRM 1003

FirstSearch/WorldCat poster, 8.5 x 11 inches

PRM 1004

FirstSearch/WorldCat poster, 11 x 17 inches

PRM 1028

FirstSearch/WorldCat bookmarks, pack of 25

PRM 1002


All items in the kit help you convey that, through your library, your users can access almost anything, from anywhere in the world.

All the materials mentioned above are available to order or download at no charge, as part of OCLC's ongoing efforts to support library promotion of the many services that OCLC provides for users.

Please contact NEBASE (402-471-3107 or 800-307-2665) or OCLC User and Network Support (800-848-5800 or <support@oclc.org>) with questions.

Christa Burns
OCLC Member Services Coordinator
Nebraska Library Commission

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OCLC FIRSTSEARCH SERVICE ENHANCEMENTS

This article includes information for library staff in reference, interlibrary loan, collection development and systems.

Please contact NEBASE (402-471-3107 or 800-307-2665) or OCLC User and Network Support (800-848-5800 or <support@oclc.org>) with questions about these enhancements to the OCLC FirstSearch service.

JANUARY 2003 ENHANCEMENTS

WORLDCAT
 

Availability of Union List Data from Serials Records
Holdings information as recorded in Local Data Records (LDRs) in the OCLC Union List service is now accessible from within the WorldCat database on the OCLC FirstSearch service. Users will see union list data for their institution on the detailed record display, and for other institutions when holdings are displayed from a WorldCat serial record. Though the OCLC Union List service is updated in real time, the holdings visible from WorldCat on FirstSearch will be updated every 24 to 72 hours. They will be much more up-to-date than the FirstSearch Union Lists database, which is updated twice annually. The default setting for the display of union list data in the administrative module will be on. If an institution chooses to turn the display of union list information off, no union list information for that symbol will display to any FirstSearch users, including their own.

Link to Other FirstSearch Databases from WorldCat Detailed Records
WorldCat detailed records include new links to related information in the following FirstSearch databases: Books In Print, Book Review Digest, CINAHL, PAIS International, PapersFirst, and PsycINFO_1887. Other FirstSearch databases will be linked to WorldCat in this way in the future. These links appear in an area labeled "More About This In" that follows the "More Like This" area in the detailed record display. In addition to the name of the database, a short description of the type of information users can find if they follow the link appears:

The library must provide access to both WorldCat and the linked database, but no further action is required to activate these links, and they cannot be turned off.

FIRSTSEARCH CONTENT

New OCLC FirstSearch Electronic Collections Online Journals
Nineteen new journals from nine publishers, including new publishers The Idea Group Inc. and The Agricultural Institute of Canada, have been added to OCLC FirstSearch Electronic Collections Online, bringing the online total to 4,375 journals available. The new titles and their ISSNs are available at <http://www2.oclc.org/oclc/fseco/index.asp>.

MLA Names File in MLA International Bibliography Thesaurus
Users of the MLA International Bibliography database thesaurus can now search the MLA Names File. As in other FirstSearch thesauri and subject heading files, users access the MLA Names File in the MLA thesaurus by clicking the Subjects icon on the basic, advanced, or expert search screen, then typing in a word, name or concept. The MLA Thesaurus supplies preferred term(s) for the search concept, along with broader and narrower terms, that may be expanded. Additional classification information for names, such as national literature and language, is also provided. Clicking a hotlinked term automatically launches a search.

FIRSTSEARCH FUNCTIONALITY

Search Term Suggestions Available in All FirstSearch Databases
Typos or misspellings in search terms are a major cause of online search failure. A new feature now available in all FirstSearch databases offers search term suggestions when a search retrieves zero records, similar to what users see in Amazon.com or Google. The search term suggestions increase the likelihood that the user will get results. Suggested terms come from WorldCat and applicable indexes in the database being searched, and hover text (visible in Internet Explorer version 4.0 and above and in Netscape 6.0 and above) indicates the number of records matching terms in the current database. For zero-hit searches, when a term within the search is identified as having zero postings or low postings (e.g., 5 or fewer postings) in a keyword, author, title, or subject index, words that are "close" are suggested as possible replacements. When the user accepts the suggestion and clicks the Search button, it counts as a new search.

Related Entries Expanded to Include Reference Resources from the World Almanacs Database
FirstSearch users can now view information from encyclopedia entries and other reference sources from the World Almanacs database via the Find Related option at the top of the results list. After users finish a search in any FirstSearch database, they can click on the Reference Resources tab to view articles on related topics in the Funk and Wagnalls New Encyclopedia and other resources included in the World Almanacs database. Reference Resources replaces the Encyclopedia Entries tab, which previously pulled from the World Book Encyclopedia database that has been discontinued on FirstSearch. The option to view related results (such as citations in WorldCat, ArticleFirst, Electronic Collections Online and WilsonSelectPlus) displays only to those libraries that have subscription or per-search access turned on for these databases. The option to view related searches is turned on by default in the Interface Display section of the FirstSearch administrative module.

FIRSTSEARCH CUSTOMIZATION

Patron Authentication Through NCIP
OCLC FirstSearch now allows libraries to authenticate users against their existing patron circulation files using the NISO Circulation Interchange Protocol (NCIP). There is no need for libraries to maintain additional patron files to use NCIP. This feature can be set up in the FirstSearch administrative module when a library has a local system capable of communicating using the NCIP protocol. NOTE: Though OCLC is not aware of any local systems that have implemented this capability yet, vendors are likely to adopt the NCIP protocol in the near future, especially if they hear from the library community that they want to buy systems that can use it. NCIP will let remote library users access FirstSearch more easily by using their library barcode or other unique patron number designated by their affiliated library. The NCIP patron authentication feature does not replace any existing authentication methods for FirstSearch (manual logon, IP address recognition, scripted access, IP referrer and Athens authentication), but provides an additional method of authentication to a library's FirstSearch account. This is the first feature OCLC has developed based on NCIP, and OCLC will continue to work with NCIP to meet the needs of users.

FEBRUARY 2003 ENHANCEMENTS

WORLDCAT

Find Items About Links to Other Works About Authors and Titles in WorldCat on FirstSearch
New Find Items About links that lead to records for other works about the title or author(s) of items retrieved in a search now appear in WorldCat detailed records on the OCLC FirstSearch service. These links launch additional subject searches for the title or author's name and can lead to records for works such as criticism, biographies, autobiographies, collections of essays, etc. The links provide a convenient way for users to expand their original searches and locate related items of interest, as well as demonstrating the depth of WorldCat to those less familiar with WorldCat and library collections. A click on any of these links counts as a search.

Links to Essay and General Literature Index Database on FirstSearch from WorldCat Detailed Records
Detailed records in WorldCat on the OCLC FirstSearch service include new links that make it easy for users to get to related information contained in anthologies indexed in the Essay and General Literature Index database. These links will appear in the area labeled "More About This In" that follows the "More Like This" area in the detailed record display. The links display when no table of contents data is present in the WorldCat record, if the library provides access to both WorldCat and the Essay and General Literature Index database. No further action is required to activate these links, which cannot be turned off. Clicking a link counts as a search, as does further searching done in the linked Essay and General Literature Index database.

Holdings Display Enhancements
Names, locations, and OCLC symbols of the user's home library and of libraries that make up custom groups set up by the home library in the FirstSearch administrative module are now highlighted with colored text and the My Library or My Library Group icon in the holdings display. If it is among the holding libraries, the user's home library's name appears at the top of the list. A new icon placed next to their home library's name in the holdings display lets users jump straight to their library's OPAC to check on local availability of items they find in their searches, if the library has set the link to their OPAC either through http linking or Z39.50. These enhancements help users easily see that their library and/or affiliated libraries own an item, making local collections more visible, and they can more readily see the shelf status of an item.

Union List Data Now Visible on "Display All Libraries" Holdings Screens and from Serials Records for Libraries with Z39.50 Access
Holdings information as recorded in Local Data Records (LDRs) in the OCLC Union List service is now accessible from the "Display All Libraries" holdings screen for all users of WorldCat on FirstSearch, as well as on the initial holdings screen. In addition, clicking the LDR column heading on this screen will sort the entries by LDR, making it easier to see the libraries that provide year and volume holdings information. Users of libraries that access FirstSearch via the Z39.50 protocol can see union list data for their institution on the detailed record display, and for other institutions when holdings are displayed from a WorldCat serial record. Extending the availability of LDR data helps users more easily locate information in the collections of their own and others' libraries, and gives them better overall access to information sources contained in libraries' physical collections.

FIRSTSEARCH CONTENT

New OCLC FirstSearch Electronic Collections Online Journals
Sixty-one new journals from 16 publishers were added to OCLC FirstSearch Electronic Collections Online, bringing the online total to 4,436 journals available. The new titles and their ISSNs are available at <http://www2.oclc.org/oclc/fseco/index.asp>.

FIRSTSEARCH CUSTOMIZATION

Setting Up "Virtual Catalogs"
A new "virtual catalogs" feature in the Interface Display section of the FirstSearch administrative module allows libraries to set up persistent cross-database searching. FirstSearch administrators can combine WorldCat plus one or two other FirstSearch databases so that they appear as one database in the interface. Once a virtual catalog is set up in this way, the FirstSearch administrator can give it a name of her choice. For example, a library might combine WorldCat, Books in Print, and Book Review Digest and call the combined database "Books."

Christa Burns
OCLC Member Services Coordinator
Nebraska Library Commission

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Resource Sharing  

OCLC ILL LIBRARY POLICIES DIRECTORY RELEASED

The OCLC ILL Library Policies and Technology Directory is now available for use. The Policies Directory can be accessed from ILL Web at <http://illweb.oclc.org>. From ILL Web, click the Policies Directory link located in the top black menu bar on every ILL Web screen. OCLC ILL Users are now welcome to enter policies, contacts and site information. OCLC ILLiad users will have direct access from the ILLiad client in the March release of version 6.2. The Policies Directory cannot be accessed from Passport.

More information is located at <http://www.oclc.org/oclc/ill/illpolicies.htm> including a new reference card called "Getting Started with the ILL Library Policies and Technology Directory." Many of you may have received this in the mail.

The ILL Policies Directory will provide users of OCLC ILL with a central source for ILL policies, contacts, billing, and system information. The Directory will improve upon the NAD by providing improved delivery of formatted information as well as providing new and relevant policy information to our members. The Directory is available in a Web environment and offers screen tips and online help for users entering information about their institutions, their collections, and their lending policies.

The OCLC ILL Policies Directory features an Advanced Searching capability. This functionality includes such features as searching by group, network, geographic location, supplier status, delivery method, support for rush deliveries, and more.

The Policies Directory will replace the NAD for ILL use only approximately six months from now. The ILL policies fields in NAD will be retired in third quarter of 2003. No information will be migrated from NAD to the Policies Directory. Basic institution information will be provided for every member library which means there is a high-level record available for every member library. Policies, contacts, and additional site information will need to be added by ILL users. Product ordering that relies on the NAD for address information will remain in the NAD until migrated to other OCLC sources.

We encourage you to begin entering policies, contacts and additional site information in the new Policies Directory. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback on the new ILL service feature please e-mail us at <oclcill@oclc.org>. For support, please contact NEBASE (402-471-3107 or 800-307-2665) or OCLC User and Network Support (800-848-5800 or <support@oclc.org>).

Mark Tullos [edited]
OCLC WorldCat Services

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Cataloging   

CATEXPRESS MONTHLY TRANSACTION REPORTS

Are you wondering how many titles you have left in your CatExpress subscription? Do you need accurate statistics on your cataloging activity? The OCLC CatExpress Monthly Transaction Reports have what you need.

Every month OCLC mounts Monthly Transaction Reports detailing your library's CatExpress cataloging activity on the Product Services Web. The Reports list transactions for the current month's activity and year-to-date activity. Year-to-date activity is for the current subscription year - July 1, 2002-June 30, 2003. Reports remain available for 90 days. There is no extra cost to access the Reports. They are included as part of your CatExpress subscription.

Why do you need to know how much of your CatExpress subscription you have used? Libraries who exceed their subscription limit may be charged $.82 for each record over the limit. If you monitor your usage and don't go over your subscription limit, you can avoid having to pay any extra charges at the end of the subscription year.

For instructions on how to access your library's Reports, go to the NEBASE CatExpress Monthly Transaction Reports web page at </netserv/nebase/catxreports.html>.

Christa Burns
OCLC Member Services Coordinator
Nebraska Library Commission

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OCLC CONNEXION CLIENT PREVIEW UPDATED

The client interface to OCLC Connexion is coming in June! OCLC has updated the client preview document on the Connexion Web site at <http://www.oclc.org/connexion/features/client/> to include additional information and new screen shots. You can view the information on the Web site, or you can select the printer friendly PDF version for easy printing.

Please continue to watch the Web site for more information about the client.

David Whitehair
OCLC Cataloging and Metadata Services

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OCLC CONNEXION MIGRATION TIPS

Are you still using Passport for cataloging? Are you trying to decide if you should migrate to the Connexion browser, CatME, or wait for the Connexion client?

We have added some migration tips to the Web site at <http://www.oclc.org/connexion/migrate/tips.shtm>. This includes information comparing Connexion browser, CatME, and Connexion client on functionality such as macros, export, NACO, keyboard and mouse use, and label printing.

We hope this helps! We will continue to add additional information to the Connexion Web site.

David Whitehair
OCLC Cataloging and Metadata Services

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OCLC CONNEXION MONTHLY MAINTENANCE INSTALLATIONS

OCLC completes monthly maintenance and quarterly enhancement installs for OCLC Connexion. Monthly installs generally include minor enhancements that do not affect documentation or training, as well as some problem fixes. Monthly installs in March, June, September, and December coincide with quarterly updates to the WebDewey and Abridged WebDewey databases.

JANUARY INSTALLATION
The OCLC Connexion January install on Sunday January 19, 2003 was successful.

This installation included a Pathfinders Constant Data fix and the elimination of Connexion support for Netscape 4.x and 6.01.

Pathfinders Constant Data Fix
A pathfinders constant data fix was added. When creating a constant data record from a pathfinder, no confirmation message was generated. You will now get a confirmation message.

End of Connexion Support for Netscape 4.x and 6.01
OCLC ended Connexion support for Netscape 4.x and 6.01 on January 19, 2003. Connexion users, including CatExpress and WebDewey users, are no longer able to log on using Netscape 4.x or 6.01.

Ending support of Netscape 4.x and 6.01 will enable quicker development of enhancements to the Connexion service because additional programming has often been necessary to support these older versions of Netscape. Since special coding to accommodate Netscape 4.x and 6.01 will no longer be needed, OCLC will be able to add new and better features to the system. In addition, ending support of Netscape 4.x and 6.01 will eliminate the system problems that users often experience when using one of these older versions of Netscape.

If you are accessing Connexion via one of these older version browsers, please upgrade to a higher version as soon as possible. For maximum functionality within OCLC Connexion, upgrade to Internet Explorer 5.5 or 6.0. After January 19, 2003, Connexion will continue to support Internet Explorer 5.0 and above, as well as Netscape 6.1 and above.

Please see the System Requirements link on the Connexion logon page for additional information about browser support: <http://connexion.oclc.org/html/corc/help/en/gs_login_sysreq_hardware_software.html>.

FEBRUARY INSTALLATION
On Sunday, February 16th, several enhancements to OCLC Connexion were installed. Here are the highlights from these enhancements:

  1. Record Display changes (Cataloging and Authorities) that will give you more flexibility in how the record will appear, improve record navigation, and provide a clearer presentation of the data.

  2. Diacritics enhancements that will provide for more consistent entry into local systems and make it no longer necessary to use bar syntax.

    Diacritics Entry Method Changes

    Ligatures and Script L

    Previously reported problems with ligatures and script L are corrected with this install. Please note that ligatures may display differently in various OCLC services.

    Diacritics and Searching WorldCat

    You may now search WorldCat with or without the diacritic in your search key. Previously, you had to search without the diacritic when searching WorldCat. No changes were made to indexing; including the diacritic in your search key does not make the search more precise.

  3. Constant Data (CD) enhancements that will provide you with more flexibility and functionality for cataloging in all formats.

    **Important** If you wanted your Current CD record to become your Default CD, you needed to set this saved CD record as your Default CD. If you did not save your Current CD before February 16, 2003, you will need to recreate this constant data record first before you can set it as your Default CD.

  4. Controlling Heading enhancements will make controlling headings and Dewey numbers faster and more efficient. Controlled headings are automatically updated as associated authority records change, improving the quality of WorldCat.
  5. Updated Preferences enhancements that will revise all Options screens to make your setup process smoother and more understandable. The terminology has been updated to conform to Connexion terminology guidelines.
For more details about these enhancements, as well as information about previous Connexion enhancements, log on to Connexion and search Connexion News. A link to News appears on the Welcome screen. To list enhancements, choose the category "System Updates" on the News search screen.

Connexion Help
Updated Help was included in the releases of OCLC Connexion installed in January and February 2003.

Click Help on the header bar of any Connexion screen to view context-specific information and instructions. To find other Help topics, use:
Connexion Online Documentation
Connexion system guides have been updated to reflect system changes, clarify information, and correct minor errors.
All Connexion system guides (HTML and PDF) are available on the Connexion documentation page:
<http://www2.oclc.org/connexion/documentation>

To go to the documentation page from within Connexion:
OCLC Cataloging and Metadata Services [edited]
 

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OCLC LANGUAGE SETS - THE FAST, EASY WAY TO BUILD MULTILINGUAL COLLECTIONS

Building a non-English collection can be intimidating and time-consuming. OCLC Language Sets make it easy and affordable to meet the needs of your culturally diverse community.

In one package, you get popular materials for kids or adults plus full MARC cataloging, physical processing and more. Our language experts choose high quality, newly published materials in 12 languages: Spanish, Bengali, Chinese, Gujarati, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Panjabi, Russian, Tamil, Urdu and Vietnamese.

Ordering is easy! Visit our secure online store at <http://www.oclc.org/languagesets/>. Libraries who wish to order Language Sets do not have to be members of OCLC. The sets are available to both OCLC member and nonmember libraries.

Need a more flexible solution to building multilingual collections? Ask about Custom Collections with selection criteria & cataloging to your specifications.

Christa Burns
OCLC Member Services Coordinator
Nebraska Library Commission
 

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Tech Notes   

WINDOWS 98 AND NT SUPPORT TO END JUNE 30, 2003

OCLC will discontinue support for Windows 98 and NT 4.0 on June 30, 2003, at the same time that Microsoft discontinues support. OCLC expects that applications will continue to work; however, no testing will be completed and no support will be offered for Windows 98 and NT 4.0 after this date.

The OCLC Access Suite Applications System Requirements document on the OCLC Web site at <http://www.oclc.org/oclc/menu/suite/systemrequirements.htm> has been updated to reflect this change.

Anna Sylvester
OCLC Product Development Division
 

                
  

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