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Hi CIP4,

I had a question regarding specifying page ranges in the Runlist Resource.  Based on the spec I believe we can use either the RunIndex or Pages to specify our output.  Below is an example.  We have come up with multiple interpretations of the same code and wanted a concrete answer on what interpretation is correct.  The difference in interpretation stems from the idea that a "RunIndex" is a type of filter.



Do Examples 1 and 2 produce the same output?

What is the output? (pages 1-20 followed by pages 10-30 or pages 1-30 one copy each). 


Example 1
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XJDF JobID="n_008189" Types="DigitalPrinting" xmlns="http://www.CIP4.org/JDFSchema_2_1">
  <ResourceSet Name="RunList" Usage="Input">
    <Resource>
      <Part RunIndex="0 19" />
      <RunList>
        <FileSpec URL="http://10.191.1.144:9090/jdf/test-1.pdf" />
      </RunList>
    </Resource>
    <Resource>
      <Part RunIndex="9 29" />
      <RunList>
        <FileSpec URL="http://10.191.1.144:9090/jdf/test-1.pdf" />
      </RunList>
    </Resource>
  </ResourceSet>
</XJDF>
Example 2
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XJDF JobID="n_008189" Types="DigitalPrinting" xmlns="http://www.CIP4.org/JDFSchema_2_1">
  <ResourceSet Name="RunList" Usage="Input">
    <Resource>
      <Part RunIndex="0 19" />
	  <Part RunIndex="9 29" />
      <RunList>
        <FileSpec URL="http://10.191.1.144:9090/jdf/test-1.pdf" />
      </RunList>
    </Resource>
</XJDF>


Are the results the same if we replace <Part RunIndex> with <RunList Pages> with the respective page ranges?

If using <RunList Pages> I believe we would need to have 2 separate resources as we can only have one set of @Pages per resource.


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