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Old October 31st, 2018, 01:49 PM
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Default Re: STACK and CUT not overflowing to 2nd page.

Sorry, I was having trouble following your explanation. I didn't know what you meant by "BACK/BODY2" or "cut/stack only." You still want "cut/stack", but duplexed. Like I said, the easiest way to avoid confusion over jargon is to specify exactly what is different between the output you're getting and the output you're expecting, in plain English, something like, "Only the front of each card is being output. I need the backs as well." Anyway, I think I understand now what you're trying to do.

There are a couple of problems with the job. All of them can be seen by composing without Imposition, or even by Previewing the job. So I would work these problems out in Preview first before trying to compose.

First, you have two graphic frames with the same name, "RAND" (whatever that means). So when you do this:
Code:
FindGraphicFrame("RAND").SetGraphic(card);
You're assigning to only one of those two frames. You need to name the frame on the second page something else. I would name the two frames "Front" and "Back", and then put different pages from the resource into each one.

The second problem is that you're not accounting for using two pages from the resource for each output record.

At any rate, once you name your two frames differently, you don't need any OnJobStart rule to accomplish this. You only need a single OnRecordStart rule like so:
Code:
var card = CreateResource("Binder1.pdf", "graphic", true);

FusionPro.Composition.repeatRecordCount = Math.floor(card.countPages / 2); // Number of cards you have

// Start with a zero-based page number from a zero-based record number:
// 0 for record 0 (the first record), 2 for record 1 (the second record), etc.
card.pagenumber = (FusionPro.Composition.repeatRecordNumber - 1) * 2;

// One-based page number for the front.
card.pagenumber++;
FindGraphicFrame("Front").SetGraphic(card);

// Next page is the back.
card.pagenumber++;
FindGraphicFrame("Back").SetGraphic(card);
Note that you also don't need to hard-code the number of output records, since we know how many pages we're bringing in from the resource.
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