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Sorry to interfere, but I believe all the confusion is caused by some people not knowing that there are theoretical models (like Bertini, Binary Cascade & INCL) which do not use cross-section databases, but rather can be used to "predict" if you want what the cross-section is, or to "measure" the cross-section. Then there are data-driven models (like NeutronHP and ParticleHP) which indeed use as input/read the available cross-section database.
Regarding the assumed incapability of Geant4 to do proton induced activation studies, I would like to refer you to this paper in which Geant4 is used for exactly this task:
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