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3 — Interoperability in ILL: seamless security operability if AFI is unlocked Borrowing library equipment uses Owning library tag and equipment uses ILL example AFI used for security Tag supports AFI (no tag support for EAS) X EAS vendor 1 (tag also supports AFI) X EAS vendor 2 (tag also supports AFI) X Database lookup (tag also supports AFI) X EAS vendor 1 (also supports AFI for application separation) EAS vendor 2 (also supports AFI for application separation) Database lookup (also supports AFI for application separation) The cells marked “X” characterize the cases of seamless security operability when AFI is unlocked.

Item after database update security is not available at security is not available at adds borrowed item at borrowing library borrowing library borrowing library EAS feature does not Interoperable security work for this tag. Item after database update security is not available at adds borrowed item at borrowing library borrowing library Seamless interoperable security Interoperable security after database update adds borrowed item at borrowing library EAS vendor 1 and EAS vendor 2 are assumed to use incompatible and proprietary EAS designs.

Item security is not available at borrowing library Database lookup (tag also supports AFI) Seamless interoperable security, unless AFI is locked EAS feature may work for EAS feature may work for Interoperable security this tag, if the tag this tag, if the tag after database update supports vendor 1 EAS. supports vendor 2 EAS. adds borrowed item at Otherwise item security is Otherwise item security is borrowing library not available at borrowing not available at borrowing library library EAS feature does not EAS feature does not Interoperable security work for this tag.

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