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I have a digital printing application that produces sheeted output from one or more input PDFs. The product is printed on Ricoh presses. Each PDF needs to be stapled by page range: for example pages 1-10 are stapled, pages 11-25 are stapled, and so on. Additionally, each completed PDF needs to be jogged or disjointed on completion so that it can be identified as a separate document set. I'm new to JDF and am requesting that anyone who is familiar with the basics of encoding this kind of treatment in JDF post a sample file. Alternatively, tips on how to structure the JDF would be appreciated.
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      So much depends on the implementation of the device. below is a common way devices implement jogging although this may not be the most current way according to CIP4 spec:-

          <GatheringParams ID="r20" Locked="false" Class="Parameter" Status="Available" PartIDKeys="RunIndex">
            <GatheringParams RunIndex="0 ~ 9">
               <Disjointing OffsetDirection="Alternate"/>
            </GatheringParams>
            <GatheringParams RunIndex="10 ~ 24">
               <Disjointing OffsetDirection="Alternate"/>
            </GatheringParams>
            <GatheringParams RunIndex="25 ~ -1">
               <Disjointing OffsetDirection="Alternate"/>
            </GatheringParams>
          </GatheringParams>

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