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Hi,
I runned this test, and I got errors like:

created LCSim event #53
Crate 1, slot 20, channel 13 not found in map
Crate 1, slot 20, channel 14 not found in map
Crate 2, slot 20, channel 13 not found in map
Crate 2, slot 20, channel 14 not found in map
Crate 2, slot 20, channel 15 not found in map

Did this happen also to you?

I know what is going on here:
- These DAQ channels are connected to trigger PMTS in the ECAL, and 
they're not define in the ECAL daq map (since they do not match any ecal 
channel)
- In the past, I tried to find a hack for this, by defining in the daq 
map a correspondence between these DAQ channels and some non-existing 
crystals (for example, using ix=0)
- This still does not work, because, when creating the lcio event, 
there's correspondence between these "fake crystals" and the 
detector-related information
--> One would have also to "hack" the detector description and add these 
"fake crystals". However, I do not know if this is a good idea.

What I did in the commissioning branch was to modify the EcalEvioReader 
class, skipping the data for these DAQ channels (methods 
makeIntegralHits / makePulseHits).
I see that this modification was not moved to the trunk: this is 
probably ok, since the solution I found was only a temporary work-around.

Best,
Andrea

Il 11/06/2014 12:47 AM, McCormick, Jeremy I. ha scritto:
> Hi,
>
> Today I was able to generate LCIO data from the current ECAL EVIO output, using the HPS Java trunk distribution jar.  (Thanks mostly to updates from Sho for Engineering Run compatibility.)
>
> Basically, this just includes the RawCalorimeterHit collections with the IDs and ADC values.
>
> You can test this by running:
>
> cd trunk/evio; mvn test -Dtest=LCSimEngRunEventBuilderTest
>
> It will generate an LCIO file with a few events in it at:
>
> target/test-output/LCSimEngRunEventBuilderTest/LCSimEngRunEventBuilderTest_output.slcio
>
> Right now I am using mostly “dummy” db conditions to get this working.  I know that the pedestal/noise values definitely need to be updated in the database.  Gains are all set to 1 for now.
>
> Any comment/questions on the output can go here:
>
> https://jira.slac.stanford.edu/browse/HPSJAVA-275
>
> Next I’m going to try and get the new event builder working in the monitoring application...
>
> —Jeremy

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