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StratWorks Software

Version 5000.0.3.1
Release Notes

Contents
Whats in This Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Third-Party Software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

International Trade Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10


Running StratWorks Software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Enhancements and New Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Fixed Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Known Problems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Contacting Landmark Customer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

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Whats in This Release


StratWorks 5000.0.3.1 is an update release. It is a full installation that replaces
StratWorks 5000.0.3.0. StratWorks 5000.0.3.0 was replaced because it had the critical
defect listed below. This defect has been fixed in StratWorks 5000.0.3.1 along with seven
other issues.
Critical Defect Fixed in StratWorks 5000.0.3.1:

Colorfill between two curves displayed spurious diagonal lines when the vertical
display distance between the two curves was very small in the 5000.0.3.0 release.

Other Issues Addressed in StratWorks 5000.0.3.1:

Graphically moving a symbol created using Free-Form Drawing crashed StratWorks


applications on Redhat 5.

MapView crashed creating a Well Projection onto a line of section that was created in
PowerView or DecisionSpace Desktop software if one or more points in the section
were not snapped to a well.

The Filter Based On and Sort Based On lists in the Header / Trailer Editor Table Value
Parameters were missing the second item in the list.

Performance reading faults was improved by a factor of 2. In 5000.0.3.0 it took 60


seconds to read faults in a project that had 50,000 fault names. In 5000.0.3.1, this has
been reduced to 30 seconds. This performance enhancement affects StratWorks
applications when they need to generate or refresh a list of faults, which occurs:
upon initialization
when a new fault name is added to the database
when edits to fault parameters are saved to the database

Selection Box widgets became unstable if there were more than 32,767 items in the
list causing the application to crash when re-entering the Selection Box (for instance,
MapView Fault Mapping crashed the second time a fault was selected in a project
containing 50,000 fault names). Selection Box widgets now support up to 2 trillion
items in the list.

Correlation crashed if the specified depth range was entirely below the total depth of
a selected well when in User Measured Depth mode. If in User mode, it gave a
miniature display in the lower-left corner for this case.

Single Well Viewer did not honor the specified Minimum Depth in deviated wells when
the Display Range was set to USER and the Depth Type was TVDSS.

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Enhancements Made in the StratWorks 5000.0.3.0 Point Product Release:

Well data correlation workflows were enhanced by:


Providing the Single Well Multi-Section Correlation application allowing you to
display multiple sections of a well side-by-side and correlate data between these
sections. It is designed for horizontal and highly deviated wells whose wellbore
path changes direction up or down although any well in the project database can
be displayed.
Allowing you to directly select the color for surfaces and faults in Correlation and
Single Well Multi-Section Correlation instead of using the Strat Column Editor to
set the color.

The limit was removed on the number of fault names that can be accessed in
StratWorks applications.

An easy way was provided to set active/inactive status of faults in projects with a large
number of faults.

Implemented save and restore of highlighted well lists and located well between
MapView sessions.

Client-reported defects were fixed and listed in the Fixed Problems section.

See the Enhancements and New Functionality section for details


StratWorks Software Version 5000.0.3.1 is a full installation. Previous versions of
StratWorks and StratUtil software need to be deleted (or moved to a different directory
name) before installing 5000.0.3.1. Pointset Builder and Fault Mover were not updated for
this release; therefore, they do not need to be reinstalled if the following versions are
already installed:

Pointset Builder 5000.0.3.0

Fault Mover 5000.0.3.0

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Important Notice to Solaris Platform Users


StratWorks Software Version 5000.0.3.x is available only on the Linux
platform.
After careful consideration and review of the needs of our customers,
Landmark has determined that releasing products on the Solaris
operating system is no longer necessary. The last versions of Landmark
applications on Solaris are those working with version 5000.0.2.x of the
OpenWorks software. Going forward, Landmark is committed to Red Hat
Enterprise Linux and Microsoft Windows as the operating systems for
our products.
Landmark Customer Support ended support for Solaris products on
March 31, 2011.

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Introduction
StratWorks software is a fully integrated system for correlating well logs, building cross
sections, modeling surfaces and faults, and making maps. You can use it to perform
geological interpretation in a production or exploration environment using most commonly
available types of well data.
StratWorks software is an OpenWorks Linux application that enables the interpreter to
convert horizons, faults, and seismic data between the time and depth domains. This
document contains important information about the installation and use of this release. It
is intended for both system administrators and interpreters.
Anyone who will be working with StratWorks Software should read this entire document
before installing or using the software.

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Installation Instructions
You must install OpenWorks 5000.0.3.x or higher version before installing and running
the StratWorks 5000.0.3.x family of products (StratWorks, StratUtil, PointSet Builder,
and Fault Mover). They are installed using the Landmark Release Manager. Please refer
to the OpenWorks Release 5000.0 Installation Procedures document.
StratWorks 5000.0.3.1 is a full installation. Previous versions of StratWorks software,
StratUtil, PointSetBuilder and FaultMover need to be deleted or the directories renamed
before installing this new version.
Note: PointSet Builder and Fault Mover were not updated for the 5000.0.3.1 release. If
you already installed the 5000.0.3.0 version, you do not need to reinstall these 2 products.
The installation should be performed as root. If not performed by root, the user must have
permissions to write to the OpenWorks directory and subdirectories as well as the
OW_SYS_DATA directory.
If you set the Install directory to a location besides the $OWHOME directory, please
check after the installation to be sure the following symbolic links were made during the
installation process. If they are missing, create them.
Under the $OWHOME directory
StratWorks -> /<install directory>/StratWorks
StratUtil -> /<install directory>/StratUtil
PointSetBuilder -> /<install directory>/PointSetBuilder (if you installed PointSetBuilder)
FaultMover -> /<install directory>/FaultMover
If you installed Fault Mover, there should be two links under $OWHOME/bin
fmover-> /<install directory>/FaultMover/bin/fmover
SegMenter-> /<install directory>/FaultMover/bin/SegMenter

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Updated swlauncher.dat
The StratWorks Command Menu was updated in StratWorks
5000.0.3.0 to include the Single Well Multi-Section Correlation
application.Users will need to delete the swlauncher.dat in their $HOME
directories so the updated swlauncher.dat will be copied over when they
run StratWorks 5000.0.3.1.
If 5000.0.3.0 was installed and this action was already performed, it does
not need to be done after installing 5000.0.3.1.

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System Requirements
Operating System Requirements
The platform used during the certification of this release is listed below.
Linux
Red Enterprise Linux 5.0
64-bit

X86_64 (Note: The supported platform will be the x86_64


architecture. StratWorks software is built in a 32-bit format).

Disk Space
This StratWorks release uses the following amount of disk space:

Platform/OS

Linux

StratUtil

StratWorks
Software

Pointset
Builder

Fault Mover

92 MB

137 MB

10 MB

Graphics Cards
To run StratWorks 3D software, you must use an OpenGL-compatible graphics card.
This is not needed for other StratWorks applications.

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Third-Party Software
Landmark uses various third-party applications in the development of its software.
Landmark acknowledges that certain third party code has been bundled with, or
embedded in, Landmarks software. The licensors of this third party code, and the terms
and conditions of their respective licenses, may be found at the following location:

$OWHOME/StratUtil/docs/Third_Party.pdf

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International Trade Compliance


This application is manufactured or designed using U.S. origin technology and is therefore
subject to the export control laws of the United States. Any use or further disposition of
such items is subject to U.S. law. Exports from the United States and any re-export
thereafter may require a formal export license authorization from the government. If there
are doubts about the requirements of the applicable law, it is recommended that the buyer
obtain qualified legal advice. These items cannot be used in the design, production, use,
or storage of chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons, or missiles of any kind.
The ECCNs provided in Release Notes represent Halliburtons opinion of the correct
classification for the product today (based on the original software and/or original
hardware). Classifications are subject to change. If you have any questions or need
assistance please contact us at:
FHOUEXP@halliburton.com
Under the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the U.S. Government assigns
your organization or client, as exporter/importer of record, responsibility for determining
the correct authorization for the item at the time of export/import. Restrictions may apply
to shipments based on the products, the customer, or the country of destination, and an
export license may be required by the Department of Commerce prior to shipment. The
U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security provides a website to assist you with determining the
need for a license and with information regarding where to obtain help.
The URL is:
http://www.bis.doc.gov

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Definitions
CCATS (Commodity Classification Automated Tracking System) - the tracking number
assigned by the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) to products formally reviewed
and classified by the government. The CCATS provides information concerning export/reexport authorizations, available exceptions, and conditions.
ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) -The ECCN is an alpha-numeric code, e.g.,
3A001, that describes a particular item or type of item, and shows the controls placed on
that item. The CCL (Commerce Control List) is divided into ten broad categories, and each
category is further subdivided into five product groups. The CCL is available on the
EAR Website.

The ECCN Number for this product is included in the table below
Product/Component/R5000

ECCN
Number

StratWorks software

5D002

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Running StratWorks Software


Post-Installation
The swlauncher.dat file was changed in 5000.0.3.0 to include the Single Well MultiSection Correlation application. The swlauncher.dat file in users $HOME directories need
to be deleted. When users launch StratWorks software from the OpenWorks launcher,
it automatically copies over a new version of the swlauncher.dat file if this file is not
already in their $HOME directory.
If 5000.0.3.0 was installed and this action was already performed, it does not need to be
done after installing 5000.0.3.1.

Displaying on Windows Operating Systems


You can display StratWorks software remotely on a system running Windows by using
Hummingbirds Exceed software. For instructions, see the 5000.0.0 Release Notes. To
use the StratWorks 3D application with Exceed, use Exceed 3D.

Environment Variables
Before running StratWorks software, you can set the following environment variables.
To clear an environment variable setting, enter the following command at an xterm
prompt:
unsetenv <variable_name>

Environment Variable

Description

STRATHOME

Installed in $OWHOME/StratWorks by default. To change the


installation directory, edit the .lgclogin file.

STRATUTILHOME

Installed in $OWHOME/StratUtil by default. To change the


installation directory, edit the .lgclogin file.

OV_SUPPRESS_OV_LIC_
BACKUP

Prevents the license manager from using an OpenVision


license to enable StratWorks 3D if no StratWorks 3D license
is available.

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Environment Variable

Description

FONT_MAP

Required for plotting text with filled fonts. You must include
setenv FONT_MAP in the .lgclogin file so the variable is set
before you start
OpenWorks software.

LGC_Y2K_PIVOT_YEAR

Defines the pivot year Wellbore Manager uses to determine if a


two-digit date is in the twentieth or twenty-first century. Dates on
or before the pivot year are considered to be in the twenty-first
century. If the variable is not defined, the default pivot year is 30.
(By default, two-digit years 00 through 30 are considered to be
2000 through 2030.)
Wellbore Manager uses the LGC_Y2K_PIVOT_YEAR environmental variable defined in the $OWHOME/conf/lgcenv.cf file. If
you set this variable at an xterm prompt before you start OpenWorks software, that value overrides the value in the lgcenv.cf
file.
Example: setenv LGC_Y2K_PIVOT_YEAR 40

SW_CGM_TMPDIR

Specifies the destination directory for writing temporary StratWorks .cgm files. These are the .cgm files generated on-the-fly
by sending a plot to the plotter directly, not the named .cgm files
you save in Save dialog boxes. If the variable is not defined,
$HOME/run is the default directory. You can also set this variable in the .lgclogin file.
Example: setenv SW_CGM_TMPDIR /tmp

SW_TEMP_PARAMETER_FIL
E_DIR

Specifies the destination directory for temporary instance parameter filesthe behind-the-scenes parameter files that enable you
to run multiple instances of an application without one instance
changing another ones parameters.
If the variable is not defined, $HOME/run is the default directory. You may want to set this variable if your $HOME directory
has very limited space.
Example: setenv SW_TEMP_PARAMETER_FILE_DIR /
pa/temp_files

SW_CNTR_DIR

Specifies the destination for writing the contour.mfd file, which


is used in mapping.

SW_NO_SAVE_CONTOUR_MF
D

Instructs the application to discard the contour.mfd file when you


end the session.

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Environment Variable

Description

SW_TMPRM

Controls the removal of StratWorks error files (stw_*.err), sql


logs (stw_*.log), contour MFDs (contour_*.*), temporary CGMs
(sw*.cgm), and parameter instance files (if they have not been
properly deleted). These files are deleted when you close the
StratWorks Command Menu. You can also set this variable in
the .lgclogin file. The settings are:
ASK Ask for confirmation before deleting files (default setting).
NOASK Delete files without asking for confirmation.
NODELETE Do not delete files or ask for confirmation.
Example: setenv SW_TMPRM NOASK

GeoNames:

Controls the renaming of GeoNames (also known as Formation


Names). If you use a project backup file from StratWorks
R98.1.2 or R98.5 (but not R98.5.1), your project may contain
misnamed grids that are not compatible with R98.1, R2003.3.0,
5000.0.0, or 5000.0.3.1.
If these variables are not set, the default option is to allow you to
modify only the GeoNames owned by the current interpreter. The
variables take effect the next time you start StratWorks software.

SW_NEVER_CHANGE_NAMES

If set to YES, GeoNames are never changed regardless of the settings of the other two GeoName environmental variables.

SW_ASK_ON_NAME_CHANGE

If set to YES, you are asked to verify name changes.


Example:
The GeoNames for pointsets and grids named:
Top1Top2 (1998.1.2 /1998.5 name) will be
renamed to Top1 Top2 (1998.1/1998.5.1/2003)
name
Do you accept the change?

SW_MANAGER_CHANGE_ALL

If set to YES and the current interpreter has Manager status, all
grids and pointsets are changed to the new name.

TVT/TST:

STW_PRINTPICKS

Enables display of TVT/TST interpolated picks in the Information window of the current application.

STW_PRINTTABLE

Enables printing of the TVT/TST depth table in the Information


window of the current application.
Example: setenv STW_PRINTPICKS 1

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Environment Variable

Description

STW_GENTOLER

Determines how much the application generalizes (smooths) a


wellbore when calculating track locations for templates, if you
plot a well display in Deviated Normal mode. Specify a value
that is greater than 0, but less than 1. The lower the value, the
smoother the wellbore is. The default value is 0.001 (very
smooth). This value does not represent a concrete widthit is
relative to the users plotter settings. If you generalize the wellbore, the depth track does not appear on top of the wellbore.

SW_SM_UPDATE_LAST_
OPENED

Activates/deactivates the automatic save operation for independent application sessions you launch during a Session Manager
session. (Independent application sessions are sessions you
have saved and reopened in one of the managed applications, not
the application instances you save and reopen by using Session
Manager itself. The applications currently managed in Session
Manager are: Preferences, Correlation, Cross Section, MapView,
Wellbore Manager, Header/Trailer Editor, and Single Well
Viewer.)
If you launch an independent session during a Session Manager
session, by default Session Manager does not attempt to save it.
If you set the SW_SM_UPDATE_LAST_OPENED variable,
launch an independent session, and exit from Session Manager,
the independent session is saved automatically. (No dialog box
appears.) The save operation succeeds only if the session is
owned by the current interpreter.

Restoring the Tutorial Project


The $STRATUTILHOME/dat/backups directory contains the TUTORIAL_5000.bck
project, which you can restore in OpenWorks software release 5000.0.1.0 or higher
version. Use this project with the online StratWorks Tutorial.
To restore the TUTORIAL_5000.bck project, follow these steps:
1. Select Project > Project Administration from the OpenWorks Command Menu.
The Project Administration dialog box appears.
2. In the Project Administration dialog box, select Project > Project Database >
Restore.

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3. Specify a name for the restored project and select the project file
TUTORIAL_5000.bck. (Enter echo $STRATUTILHOME to determine the location of the
$STRATUTILHOME/dat/
backups directory.) Click OK.
4. When you are prompted for the project size, select the Novice mode and Small
project size.
The following files are required for the TUTORIAL_5000 project. These files are also in
the $STRATUTILHOME/dat/backups directory.

ASCII_new.dat is production data you load with Wellbore Manager.

BUBBLE98.MFD is a pointset you import for the bubble map exercise.

2acoustic3000_3100.xwd and acoustic4950-5025.xwd are image files available for


posting in template or for use with Free-form Drawing.

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Enhancements and New Functionality


This section lists the enhancements specific to the 5000.0.3.0 release followed by the
enhancements added during the 5000.0.2.0, 5000.0.1.0, 5000.0.0 and 2003.12.1
releases (therefore in 5000.0.3.0 as well) since some clients may not have installed these
versions.

5000.0.3.0 Enhancements
Single Well Multi-Section Correlation
Single Well Multi-Section Correlation allows you to correlate data between sections of the
same well. This functionality is useful for interpreting data in horizontal wells or highly
deviated wells where there is a decrease in true vertical depth with increasing measured
depth (recumbent wells). You can display up to 5 sections side-by-side and perform the
following tasks:

Analyze and correlate depth-related well data on a section-to-section basis using


visual comparison of downhole data and curve dragging.

Interpret surface picks, fault picks, and well units.


The displayed sections are specified in measured depth but can be displayed in
TVDSS, TVD, TST or TVT without overposting of data from other sections at the same
TVDSS, TVD, TST, or TVT depth ranges.

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Set Surface and Fault Colors While Correlating

The color of the surface or fault can now be specified when creating picks for a new
surface or new fault using the Add Surface Pick or Create New Fault dialog boxes in
the Correlation and Single Well Multi-Section Correlation. In previous releases, the
Strat Column Editor was used to specify the color after the surface was correlated.

The color for existing surfaces and faults can now be specified within the Correlation
and Single Well Multi-Section Correlation applications by using the new Edit Surface /
Fault Color dialog box. In previous releases, the Strat Column Editor was the only
place to change surface / fault colors within the StratWorks software.

Unlimited Number of Faults and Setting Fault Active/Inactive Status

With the ability to combine projects in R5000, it is not uncommon for projects to contain
over 20,000 fault names which was the limit in previous R5000 versions of
StratWorks software. This limit has been removed. There is no limit on the number
of fault names that can be used in StratWorks applications.

A performance enhancement was also implemented to speed the reading of


thousands of faults. In our tests of 60,000 fault names, we reduced the time from 3
minutes to 1 minute. Note: Once the faults are read by an application, they are cached
and not re-read unless a new fault data is generated in the database, so the pause to
generate fault name lists will normally occur only the first time faults are listed or after
new fault data is saved to the database.

The Strat Column Editor was enhanced to include a new dialog box to easily change
the active / inactive status of multiple faults. It allows you to easily search and filter on
fault names, move multiple faults from Active to Inactive or vice versa, or read
SeisWorks Fault Lists to set the Active / Inactive faults.

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Save / Restore Highlighted Wells Lists and Located Well

MapView now stores the well lists and associated colors selected in the
Wells>Highlight Well Lists dialog box in the MapView parameter file
(MAPVIEW.xxx). So when you exit MapView, the current Highlight WellLlists
information is saved, then restored when you re-enter MapView either via the
StratWorks Command Menu or through StratWorks Session Manager. This
information is also restored when opening a session file using File>Open Session.

MapView now stores the well and associated parameters selected in the
Wells>Locate Well dialog box in the MapView parameter file (MAPVIEW.xxx). So
when you exit MapView, the current Locate Well information is saved, then restored
when you re-enter MapView either via the StratWorks Command Menu or through
StratWorks Session Manager. This information is also restored when opening a
session file using File>Open Session.

5000.0.2.0 Enhancements
Zoom Windows Display Well Header and Cursor Tracking

Correlation and Single Well Viewer Zoom Windows have been enhanced to allow the
user to see the well template header and cursor tracking of depth and curve values at
all times. This was accomplished by adding additional views to the zoom window.
Header View area displays the well template header.
Well View area displays the downhole well data within the zoom box outline in the
main Correlation or Single Well Viewer window.
Tracking View displays the depth and the value of the well logs in the track at the
current cursor location.

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Header View

Well View
Sash
Buttons

Tracking View

If you want to display only the Well View (simulating the display in previous versions of
StratWorks software) you may adjust the sash buttons to shrink these views.
The data in the Well View area can easily be scrolled vertically by clicking and dragging
MB1 (panning) in the Single Well Viewer Zoom Window or by clicking MB1 on a point in
a Correlation Zoom Window to move that point to the center.
Correlation Zoom Box Outline and Zoom Window Position

Correlation now stores the screen location of zoom windows between Correlation
sessions as well as the height and width.

The position of the zoom box outline in the main Correlation window is now maintained
during many functions (such as well redraw) that used to return the position to the
center of the main display. They are also maintained between Correlation sessions.

Enhanced Template Tracks

Core Track:
Two new options allow the user to specify which interpreters core data to post. In
previous releases, all core data matching the selected Core Type was posted no

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matter what data source was associated with the core data. Now the user has the
option to limit the data posted by selecting from 1 to 10 data sources whose data
will be pulled for the display or to honor the current Interpreter / Source Priority
setting.
Two additional Core Sample Description data fields can be posted: Fluorescence
Description and Original Data Source.
Core analysis/description data no longer overposts after shift.

Paleo Track:
In previous releases, either all species types or one user selected species type
could be posted. Now the user can select multiple species types to be posted.

Well Notes Track:


In previous releases, the user was limited to posting well notes by one userselected interpreter. Now the user has the new options to post well notes by all
interpreters or from 1 to 10 user selected interpreters.
Well Templates with Enhanced Tracks are Not Backwards Compatible
Templates created in 5000.0.2.0 containing any of the three enhanced tracks (Core,
Paleo, Well Notes) are not backwards compatible with previous R5000 versions of
StratWorks software. Templates that do not contain enhanced tracks are compatible
with previous R5000 versions.
If you inadvertently use an enhanced template in a previous StratWorks software
version, the incompatibility may be as mild as the enhanced track being empty since the
older version does not know about the new parameters and therefore does not have any
instruction of how to display the data; or, it may be as severe as the application crashing
because more information for that track is passed into memory which overruns the
smaller amount of memory allocated for the track in previous versions.

Core, DST&RFT, Engineering, Paleo, Production, Show, Strat Unit Attribute, Well
Interval, and Well Test Tracks:
These tracks have been updated to handle remarks over 100 characters. The
length of the remarks field in the datamodel for many types of data displayed in
these tracks has been increased. StratWorks well template tracks were not
updated and demonstrated unpredictable behavior when remarks were longer
than 100 characters. The tracks have now been updated to correctly display
remarks up to the length specified by the datamodel (200 characters in most
cases; some are longer).
Note: This change does not affect template backwards compatibility.

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Query Functionality

The Query functionality in Correlation, Cross Section, Single Well Viewer and
Wellbore Manager has been updated to correctly display remarks over 100 characters
and to wrap remarks at 80 characters.

Enhanced Listing Option in Single Well Viewers Delete Template

In Single Well Viewers Delete Template, the user now has the option to toggle
between listing all templates (previous functionality) or only the templates deletable by
that user.

Wellbore Manager Enhanced Control of Data Used to Create Perforation Curves

Wellbore Manager now allows the user to filter perforation data based on current
status when creating a perforation curve. In previous releases, all perforation data was
used including perforations with a current status of closed, cemented, etc.

5000.0.1.0 Enhancements
Cross Section Can Display Up to 200 Grids

The number of surface grids that can be displayed in Cross Section has been
increased from 100 to 200.

Calculate Dips at Picks Results Window in Correlation

Interpret -> Calculate Dips was added in the 5000.0.0.0 release. For the 5000.0.1.0
release, this functionality has been enhanced as follows:
The calculated dips and azimuths are displayed in a table allowing the user to
review the results, accept or reject them all, or edit values at individual picks and
delete individual values before accepting the calculated dip / azimuth values.
The user has more control over which dip and azimuth values will be calculated,
such as only calculate dips for picks belonging to the current interpreter vs. picks
from source priority.

Create Line of Section in Correlation

To make it easier to display the same wells in Cross Section as currently displayed in
Correlation, Correlation has a new option to create a Line of Section (LOS) from the
currently displayed wells. This LOS can then be used in Cross Section or MapView.

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prompted for the Anchor Mode, Color of the line of section, and LOS Name for the
output LOS. The output LOS (and automatically generate Projected Well List) will
contain the wells in the current display in the order they appear in the display.
Strat Column Track Enhancements

Option to turn off / on the stratunit labels

Option to set the stratunit label font and size

Hardcopy Enhancement

Option to output GIF formatted files

MapView Delete Line of Section Auto Delete of Dependent Data

For users with Interpreter or Limited Interpreter database privileges, Delete Line of
Section will now automatically delete all dependent data (well projections and surface
/ fault segments) created by the current interpreter. In previous releases, surface and
fault segments had to be deleted in Cross Section before deleting the LOS in
MapView.

Reporting Well Log Values in Correlation and Single Well Viewer

Continuously reports the value of the displayed well logs at the depth of the cursor.
The values are reported on the bottom line of the status area.

Toggle this option on or off using View -> Log Value Tracking. Once enabled, place
the cursor on a displayed well inside a log curve track at the depth of interest. The
values for up to 5 curves per track are displayed. These are the first 5 curves selected
when creating the template track.

Zoom Enhancements in Correlation and Single Well Viewer

Once a user has zoomed in on the graphic display, the display will stay zoomed during
many actions (such as redisplaying the well(s) or displaying a different template) that
in previous releases would unzoom the display.

5000.0.0 Enhancements
OpenWorks Project Optimization

The 5000.0.0 release supports OpenWorks Project Optimization, which enhances


the data model to support new workflows, reduce cycle time, and fully migrate all

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seismic project data into the OpenWorks project framework. Integration is built into
the Data Model, not the application. Highlights include enhancements to the
OpenWorks Data Model to enable the storage and management of seismic and
associated data, major enhancements to the Interpretation ID Model, the addition of
Meta-Data and Processing History Model, redesigned Data Managers, and
OpenWorks and Engineer's Data Model (EDM) rationalization.
StratWorks functionality changed by the OpenWorks Project Optimization
regarding seismic- related changes:
Cross Section Seismic Backdrop and Seismic Trace Converter The code
was modified to incorporate the changes for the seismic data model. From the
user perspective, the major changes are:
Prompts for selecting the trace data have changed because trace data is now
retrieved from the OpenWorks project instead of a SeisWorks project. (Much of
SeisWorks data is now accessible via the OpenWorks project.)
Prompts concerning datums have been removed because seismic data is now
automatically datumed to sea level for depth data and to the OpenWorks Project
Datum for time data.
Note: The Project Datum and Reference Velocity must be properly set for the
OpenWorks project in order for the automatically datuming to occur. Use
Project Administration > Project Modify to check or modify these values.
MapView Structure Mapping The code was modified to incorporate the
changes for the seismic data model. From the user perspective, the major
changes are
Prompts for selecting seismic horizons have changed because in R5000 horizons
are stored in the database instead of a SeisWorks project.
You can select multiple surveys to read the seismic horizon over instead of just
one survey.
Prompts for selecting SeisWorks fault segments have changed to use the 3 keys
used to identify SeisWorks fault planes: Fault Name, Interpretation Version, and
Data Source
Prompts for SeisWorks datums have been removed because seismic data is now
automatically datumed to sea level for depth data and to the OpenWorks Project
Datum for time data.

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MapView File > Setup Set AOI has an additional option: Set AOI to current
project. This allows the user easily to set the AOI to the same AOI used by
SeisWorks.
StratWorks functionality changed by the OpenWorks Project Optimization
regarding Engineers Data Model rationalization related changes:
Well Volume Production Changes in Mapping & Well Template Track. The
R5000 data model no longer supports the Production Volume Record table. Its
data is migrated during the project upgrade process to 5 tables: Monthly and Daily
Production, Monthly and Daily Injection and Cumulative tables. Isochore Mapping
Well Production and the Well Template Production track have been modified to
accommodate these changes.
Well Templates from previous versions of StratWorks software that contain a
Production Track will be automatically upgraded when selected in a StratWorks
application. The upgrade is only for the current display. The upgraded template is
not saved until the user enters Single Well Viewer Edit Mode, selects the Well
Template, and saves the upgraded template. The upgrade looks at the previous
production track display parameters and tries to map them as closely as possible
to the five R5000 production tables and the fields in these tables.
Well Headers from previous versions of StratWorks software that referenced the
pre-R5000 production table (WELL_PDEN_VOL_RECORD) will be automatically
upgraded. The upgrade is only for the current display. The upgraded template is
not saved until the user enters Header/Trailer Editor, selects the Header, and
saves the upgraded Header. Well Headers do not have as much information as
Well Templates, so the upgrade cannot map to the five different tables. The
upgrade displays the production data in the R5000 cumulative table
(PDM_PROD_CUMS).
Dip Calculation for Picks and Projected Slopes (Dip) Gridding

Correlation has been enhanced to calculate dip and azimuth for one or more picks
from dipmeter data. This option is available for a single pick in a well using the Edit
Pick option, or for selected picks over selected wells using Interpretation > Calculate
Dips.

MapView Structure Mapping has been enhanced to include the Project Slopes
gridding algorithm. In the pointset, it includes slope data (dip and azimuth) from the
pick or average dip and azimuth from dipmeter data if desired. (If a picks dip and
azimuth are null, it computes the local slope of the surface at that pick.) Planar
surfaces having these slopes are projected from each data point into void areas. A grid
nodes initial value is the average of the distance-weighted Z-values of these planes
at that node. This gridding method tends to broaden highs and lows.

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2003.12.1.0 Enhancements
Enhancements to StratWorks Software Release 2003.12.1.0 are included in the
5000.0.0 release. Since StratWorks Software Release 2003.12.1.0 was released after
the 5000.0.0 release, the enhancements are listed here.
Recumbent Well Support in Correlation and Single Well Viewer

You can avoid overposting of data in recumbent areas of well in all depth types (MD,
TVD, TVDSS, TST, and TVT) by using new display options; Between 2 Picks MD,
Explicit Bwtn 2 picks MD, and User Measured Depth.

Previous existing depth modes of display are enhanced in appearance when in


recumbent areas of wells such as headers more correctly placed and well data more
correctly placed in template boundaries. In previous releases displays were very
corrupt in appearance in recumbent areas in Correlation and blank in Single Well
Viewer.

Option to post TST and TVT depth tracks in any depth mode of display

Correlation: Ability to create / edit picks in recumbent areas in all depth modes -previously only possible in MD depth mode.

Correlation: Pick list displays the picks MD depth (as before) and also depth value in
the current depth mode of display.

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Between Two Picks vs. Between Two Picks MD


In Single Well Viewer, the user wants display data between Inflection A and Inflection
B in TVD for the recumbent well seen below.

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Between Two Picks:

Between Two Picks MD:

1. Determines the true vertical depth value of picks 1. Determines the measured depth value of
Inflection A and Inflection B and sets this as the picks Inflection A and Inflection B and sets
depth range.
this as the depth range.
2. Reads all data in the well (picks, log curves,
etc.) with a TVD value that falls within that range.
In this case, it reads data from all 3 legs of the
well because all 3 legs have some part that falls
within the TVD range determined in step 1.
3. Displays the data at the TVD values read from
the database.

2. Reads all data in the well (picks, log


curves, etc.) with a MD value that falls
within that range. In this case, it reads data
from only the second leg of the well
because it is the only part of the well that
falls within the MD range determined in
step 1.
3. Converts each MD value of the read data
into TVD values.
4. Displays the data at the TVD values
calculated in step 3.

Between Two Picks

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Between Two Picks MD

Cross Section Labeling

Ability to reverse the direction of distance scale along LOS labels (i.e. increasing left
to right or right to left) on the cross section display.

MapView Line of Section

Option to track LOS along well path


Use all points in position log
Select position log points based on Coarse, Medium or Fine specification
Use end points only

Ability to post (add to well projection list) the same well twice on a LOS so users can
create / display a loop and see and interpret to the same end points.

Ability to edit LOS by extending either end

For users with Manager database privileges, Delete Line of Section will delete all
associated data (well projections, surface profiles, and fault profiles). In previous
releases, users had to delete interpreted data and Well projections before deleting the
LOS.

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Session Manager
The user is now prompted to remove lock files as Session Manager initializes. The user
no longer runs a separate script to remove lock files.
Well Projections in Cross Section and MapView
The well projection code used by Cross Section and MapView has improved logic when
deviated wells are projected across two or more segments. These changes resolve many
undesired display in specific cases dependent upon LOS alignment vs. deviated well
alignment. For example:
In pre-2003.12.1.0 releases, a deviated well could project along a segment of the
LOS, then jump (non-contiguous X,Ys) to a different segment because that part
of the well was closer to that other segment. The program now checks which
segment the majority of the position log points fall on; determines direction; then
displays all the points in that direction across adjacent segments.

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Fixed Problems
Below is a list of fixed defects for StratWorks software release 5000.0.3.1 and previous
StratWorks R5000 releases. The list includes the defect number, the StratWorks
application, and the one-line summary of the issue.

Defects Fixed in StratWorks 5000.0.3.1 Release

(874336) Correlation: crashes when the USER MD depth range is set past a well's
TD

(874337) Correlation: Display is shifted down or miniaturized in USER depth mode


if specified depth range is past a well's TD

(870571) General: Curve Fill with Curve-Curve option throws spurious diagonal lines
in all displays.

(866207) General: Tools - Move Graphic > move Free-form Drawing symbol causes
applications to crash.

(871708) General: Need to improve performance reading fault table now that STW
no longer has limit on number of faults in the fault table.

(871981) General: Selection Boxes became unstable / crash application if there are
more than 32,767 items in the list. Original reported against: Select Faults in MapView
Mapping->Faults.

(866986) Header/Trailer Editor: Second data item is missing from all Filter Based On
and Sort Based on lists. Originally reported against: Date type filter is missing
(870983) - Header/Trailer Editor: Remove Well_id from Filter Based on and Sort
Based on lists in the Table Value Edit. Headers/trailers are already filtered on the well
they are displayed on.

(866892) MapView: Projecting Wells onto a LOS created in PowerView or Decision


Space Desktop crashes MapView.

(874775) Single Well Viewer: User Depth mode in TVDSS does not honor specified
Minimum depth in deviated wells.

Defects Fixed in StratWorks 5000.0.3.0 Release

(798300) - Correlation: changing interactive setup->well spacing to 'proportional'


results in bad display/bad scale until second redraw.

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(854757) - Cross Section: Overlays > Seismic Backdrop fails when 3D Survey name
is 32 characters (or more) in length.

(844094) Cross Section: Fault Grid Intersection generated in wrong depth measure
unit.

(856307) General: Do not limit the number of Fault Names that StratWorks
applications can cache.

(851905) Lithology: computed lithology with lower case name disappears from
display.

(847497) MapView: Isochore Mapping dialog takes a long time to initialize with large
amounts of production data in project.

(862064) MapView: Lithology Pie Posting crashes on a unit in a recumbent well


when using Proportional to Depth and the Depth Option is TVD or TVDSS.

(862064) MapView: Lithology Pie Posting crashes on a unit in a recumbent well


when using Proportional to Depth and the Depth Option is TVD or TVDSS.

(839303) - MapView: When MapView session is re-opened, display the contours in the
same color as when the user exited even if Multiple Contours activated.

(845673) MapView: Volumetric reports is missing information > does not print out
input dataset name.

(849234) MapView: Isochore pointset and grid are deleted from database when
using long surface names.

(855171) Seismic Trace Converter: throws error dialog when trying to import 3D
seismic survey names that are long (more than 32 characters).

(843059) - Session Mgr: apps lose instance number from application title bars when
well list is changed.

(855342) Single Well Viewer: Curve Track > Summation sets - Discontinuous setting
is ignored over null data intervals.

(855469) - Single Well Viewer: Show Depth for Well Note Track does not function
correctly. Only displays depth when set to MD.

(838865) - Single Well Viewer: Interpolate mode ignores surface and gets stratigraphy
wrong if multiple picks and no bottom of unit defined.

(856405) Strat Column Editor: Need easier way to set faults Active/Inactive to work
with projects that have 10,000 of fault names.

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Defects Fixed in StratWorks 5000.0.2.2 Release

(839756) Cross Section: extend TD or Pos Log in deepest well > re-display does not
pick up the change when Display Range set to Between 2 Picks or Relative to a Pick.

(841916) Cross Section: does not restrict display to Between Two Picks (and
Relative to Pick) unless the display range picks exist in all wells in LOS.

(839342) Correlation: loss of functionality > cursor no longer registers depths below
bottom of well > affects workflow with Drag Curve / Surface Pick.

839317) Correlation: Unzoom creates a panel for each well > slows performance in

R5000.

(837021) Correlation: User loses flattening after zoom / unzoom.

(828514) Correlation: After editing surface pick and pressing Unzoom, icon user is
prompted with unwanted ChangesNotSaved pop-up.

(828325) Correlation: after window zoom in main display, if user toggles MB1 in main
display - scroll bars expand to entire display and cursor tracking goes awry.

(841280) Correlation: Clipped display after window zoom, Display Wells and then
Unzoom (wells on right clipped from display).

(841399) Correlation: Not properly unzooming display after zooming and range
parameter change then un-zooming using between 2 picks and explicit between 2
picks display range.

(841539) Correlation: between 2 picks generates blank or shifted display with zoom
after setup panel change to picks range.

(841542) Correlation: between 2 picks not properly unzooming display if zoom after
setup panel change to depth type.

(841594) Correlation: Not properly unzooming when Display Range changed if


zooming while Setup is up.

(841684) Correlation: PDing well into a zoomed display results in incorrect


positioning of PD well and clipped display when unzoomed.

(830941) Isochore w/Curve Threshold between 2 curves ignores some valid wells.

(839983) MapViews running via Session Mgr lose instance name from application
title bars when well list is changed.

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Defects Fixed in StratWorks 5000.0.2.1 Release

(828843) Well template tracks base border draws as diagonal from base to top of
track in recumbent well sections when using Explicit Between 2 Picks MD and User
MD Display Ranges.

Defects Fixed in StratWorks 5000.0.2.0 Release

(820339) Color Control files: Default directory has changed from OW_SYS_DATA/
color_files to $HOME/run.

(819611) Correlation: Single Datum > Multiple Pick Move > Input value is not the
same as value saved to database.

(797295) Cross Section: Stratigraphic Pick display that is Relative to Pick and
Vertical displays wells below TD.

(825972 & 810152) Cross Section Overly Seismic Backdrop and Seismic Trace
Converter: Seems to need a dir.dat file in $OWHOME/conf directory, even if district.dat
file points to other location for dir.dat.

(812874) MapView crashes when Importing Map Data from MFD.

(724314 & 96755) Single Well Viewer: Ability to see curve header information while
zoomed in on the display.

(806621) Single Well Viewer: Length of remark field in engineering track causes
SWV and Correlation to crash.

(803568) Single Well Viewer: Well Core Sample Description text truncated and
appended by other text when over 101 characters.

(717383) Single Well Viewer: Core sample analysis, description not usable after
shift.

(630069) Well Template Editor: Enhance Well Notes Track to allow multiple
interpreter selections.

(765499) Well Template Editor: Core Track > Sample Description > Fluorescence
Desc is missing from the list of attributes you can display.

(768871) Well Template Editor: Paleo Track > Species Type > Ability to select more
than one Species.

(769607) Well Template Editor: Curve Track > Curve Track Parameters > misspelled
word.

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(803774) Well Template Editor: Core Track > need option to discriminate between
different user's data.

(817873) Well Template Editor: Cannot delete templates created public


interpretation IDs.

(821952) Well Template Editor: Track(s) disappear when Engineering track in


Schematic mode.

(752402) Wellbore Manager: No difference between closed and open perfs in perf
curve.

Defects Fixed in Previous StratWorks 5000.0.x.x Releases


Correlation

(809236) Correlation (& other apps): severe display/ performance problem when
vc_picksurf_name contains a large number of names.

(730205 & 721665) Correlation (& other apps): curves/templates disappear when
display spread over 2 screens and resolution is set to 1920X1200 on two screens that
are working as one display.

(628782) CORREL fault picks show missing section even after inactivated in strat
column.

(624048) CORREL can't handle TST display mode for recumbent well.

Cross Section

(810132) Cross Section takes too long to initialize and redisplay in project with large
number of surfaces if Unit Fill turned on.

(775282) View - Overlays > increase number of surface segments > current limit
100.

(632686) Cross section crashing when adding polygons in free form drawing.

(150457) When switching from strat to struct display, xsec is missing data.

(619889) Wiggle traces not visible in XSec when changing scaling parameters.

(705908) It takes about 10-15 minutes to display a well in the deviated-normal mode
in Cross Section if well has 90.0 degree inclination.

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(613608) Marginalia legend hardcopy plot with black background.

Faults

(633606) Allow handling of over 10,000 fault plane names.

General

(806121) In individual apps, HELP->Product Release Notes brings up nothing.


HELP->5000.0.0 (global) Release Notes brings up Product Release notes.

(807613) Cannot launch PowerView from StratWorks 5000.0.x Command Menu.

(144061) Filter box not working properly for Print to ZGF file for StratWorks
software.

(701959) StratWorks Applications will not read 2 terabyte (2 TB) or larger NFS 3
filesystems: ffaProject.C space: statfs failed error.

Hardcopy Marginalia Editor

(633760) Correlation won't display strat unit names if strat unit fill is lithology.

MapView

(807106) MapView (and Pointset Builder) structure fault pointsets are incorrect in
TVDSS depth mode - appears off by feet/meters conversion of KB elevation.

(807111) MapView (and Pointset Builder) structure fault pointsets cannot be output
as meters in feet project - will output feet only (visa versa in metric projects).

(806004) MapView (and Pointset Builder) not generating dipmeter or pick table dip
data pointset fields for faults.

(807154) MapView structure fault maps not using user input projected slope data
fields for projected slope gridding.

(803204) MV > Create Line of Section > cannot overwrite existing LOS names
anymore.

(166200) Pointset Source causing MapView to crash with bad Seis project in plist.

(704620) MapView > Volumetrics GUI window reports Surface Units: WHO
KNOWS? when project surface units are US Survey Feet.

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(625620) Saved session does not restore color filled fault polygons.

Preferences

(700133) User wants CGM Color Mode saved in SWPreferences.

Session Manager

(723536) SM_RemoveLockFile script does not work.

Single Well Viewer

(616513) Depth tracking is wrong in SWV at bottom of well in TVDSS & TVD modes.

(619156) Depth Readout is incorrect in TWT, TVD and TVDSS.

(703071) Changing Curve order in Curve Alias List not reflected on database
refresh.

(703512) Printing multiple plots in Unix uses illegal characters.

(724344) Depth tags for image files will fail based on alphabetic image type criteria.

(169346) Limited Interpreters cannot save curves to a curve track.

(730205 & 721665) Correlation (& other apps): curves/templates disappear when
display spread over 2 screens and resolution is set to 1920X1200 on two screens that
are working as one display.

Strat Column Editor

(809761) Strat Column Editor takes too long to initialize and Save Column when
thousands of surfaces and units in project.

Template Transfer

(702868) Transferred not selected Templates.

Well Template Editor

(796156) Curve lithology fill not saved. Gets reset when view other well.

(783452) Strat Column Track: option to control text size, font and turn on/off Strat
Unit names when displaying.

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(618743) Border Line Weight is used by Lattice Line Weight, which is a separate
parameter.

Wellbore Manager Symbol Editor

(724535) Wellbore Symbol Editor license checkout failure from PetroWorks


launcher.

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Known Problems
This section describes known problems and possible workarounds for the StratWorks
software 5000.0.0 release. Some long-standing known issues are covered in the
documentation and are not listed here.
This section also describes some options that function properly, but may cause problems
if you are unfamiliar with their intended use.
If you do experience problems with the StratWorks application suite, the best practice is
to check the related topics in the online documentation, available by clicking the Help
menu and selecting an option from the drop-down list. In particular check the online
Release Notes. This approach often gives you the fastest solution and helps you increase
your mastery of the product.

Application Manager
Preventing Child Windows from Appearing Behind a Primary Window
Within various applications, child windows may sometimes become hidden behind the
main application window.
Workaround: In the Style Manager window, click the Window icon and toggle off the
Allow Primary Windows On Top option.

Problems with duplicate file names


StratWorks software release 5000.0.0 includes a copy of the hardwarefills.clm filea
color ramp with pastel shades of color that produce better hardcopy displays than the
default color settings. If the default color settings are used in printing, colors used in
hardcopy (or saved in the target CGM/ZGF file) may not match the colors displayed in
StratWorks software. This file is located in the. /StratUtil/dat directory. To be available
for use in StratWorks software, it must also exist in the default color file location (.../
OW_SYS_DATA/color_files). The file is automatically copied. However, if a file with this
name is already present in the default color file directory, you need to copy the file
manually (and either specify a new file name or overwrite the previous file).
Use the Hardcopy tab in the StratWorks Preferences dialog box to select the
hardwarefills.clm file.

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Correlation
Pick Line Display Problem
Moving multiple pick occurrences at a common depth causes pick line display issues. The
pick line that is selected to move does not appear. The pick lines for all other picks appear
as expected. This problem occurs only if you move multiple picks from the same depth.
You retain depth control of the pick placement and the pick line reappears after you move
the picks. (166892)

Requirements for the Stratigraphic Column


To use the Correlation Assistant utility, every unit in the associated stratigraphic column
must be defined by a unique top and base surface. If multiple units use a common surface
as a boundary, Correlation Assistant is unable to recognize them as units.
In addition, boundary surface names that are assigned to a common surface must have
the same age (as seen in the Strat Column Editor). For example, suppose you have a
column with Unit A on top (defined by TopA and BaseA surfaces) and Unit B directly
underneath (defined by TopB and BaseB surfaces), where BaseA and TopB both refer to
the junction of the two units. In this case, BaseA and TopB must have the same age.
Make sure you create and specify a stratigraphic column that meets these requirements
for Correlation Assistant to function properly.

Limitations
Correlation Assistant only works in Add Surface Pick and Delete Surface Pick mode.
It is not designed to be active in any other mode. For example, if you drag a pick,
Correlation Assistant is not activated.
Correlation Assistant is designed to be active only if all the surfaces in the associated
stratigraphic column are active. If the stratigraphic column contains any inactive surfaces,
Correlation Assistant will not operate properly.

Dips
Using dip angles in the ranges of 89.99 to 89.999 degrees and 90.001 to 90.01 degrees
when working with TVT or TST can consume large amounts of memory and bog down the
system.

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Free Form Annotation


If you use Free Form Annotation files saved in StratWorks Software Version 2003.3.1 in
later versions of StratWorks software, the text may appear in a different location. This
display issue is specific to Free Form Annotation files from the 2003.3.1 release.
Workaround: If you have a Free Form Annotation file from the 2003.3.1 release that posts
in the wrong location, open a text editor and find the following line:
FREE_FORM_ANNOTATION

Edit the file to include the following line, then save the file:
FREE_FORM_ANNOTATION
%%#Version 1

The new file should position the text as expected.

General
Inability to Export TIFFs or GIFs as Index Map Files
You cannot export a .tif or a .gif image as an index map file by using the Export Index File
option in Cross Section, MapView, or Single Well Viewer. If you attempt to perform this
type of export, the image is not included.

Misleading Error Message for Invalid Entries in owdir.dat


If applications display the error message Unable to read owdir.dat, the cause may be an
invalid disk location in the file.
Workaround: Check the accessibility of the file and make sure all entries in the file are
valid.

Interactive Updates
Slow Performance for Vertical Amplitude Fills
In applications such as Correlation, where multiple curves and wells are displayed, the
Interactive Updates feature for multiple vertical amplitude fills can produce significant

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performance degradation. The Interactive Updates feature is active if the option is


selected in the lower left-hand corner of either of the Color Control windows.
Workaround: Do not enable the Interactive Update option in the Color Control windows
if you are using vertical amplitude fills in well templates.

Linux
Lithology Code Names Not Displayed in Color Control Dialog
On a Linux system, if you define lithology codes in the Lithology Curve Generator utility,
the code names do not appear in the Color Control dialog box. (137250)
Workaround: Estimate the code positions based on the code position numbers and on the
configuration option you chose (either With Equal Spacing of User Codes Across Scale
or With Proportional Spacing of User Codes Across Scale).

Lithology
Problems with Zooming After Filtering Stringers
If you filter out stringers (for instance, if you filter out the stringers that are more than 10
feet thick), they are removed from the Lithology display but reappear if the filtered area is
magnified by using a zoom function. Zooming negates the previous stringer filter. (305572
and 34490)
Workaround: Save Lithology before zooming.

Cannot View Lithology Report


If you disable the Application Information Windows setting in the Session tab of
StratWorks Preferences dialog box, lithology reports do not appear. (159430)
Workaround: In the StratWorks Preferences dialog box, set the Application Information
Windows option to On before starting work in the Lithology application.

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MapView
Surface Colors Not Relayed from Surface Fault Data Manager
If you change colors in OpenWorks Surface Fault Data Manager for surfaces that are
already displayed in MapView, the colors are not updated when you click the Redraw
From Database icon. (171171).
Workaround: Exit and restart MapView.

Creating Lines of Section in Pick Mode When Multiple Instances of a Pick Exist
The first time you create a Line of Section by snapping to a pick when multiple instances
of the pick exist in a well, you are asked to select which instance to use for each well. At
the end of LOS creation a default Well Projection is created. You are then asked to
prioritize the picks for the well projection creation. Once the prioritized list is set, LOS
creation uses this list instead of asking which instance to use in each well. Therefore, if
you repeat the creation process using the same pick, you are not asked which pick
instance to use.
Workaround: To restore the option to specify which pick instance to use for each well,
perform one of these actions:

Close and restart MapView, or


Create a Line of Section with a different pick, then return to the first pick.

Session Manager
Saving Session During Exit Prevents Deletion of Temporary Files
StratWorks software now allows you to save the Session Manager session when you
exit from the OpenWorks or StratWorks Command Menu. In this situation, the Session
Manager saves an active named session or prompts you to save the current Untitled
session. If you choose to save the session, the console window that enables you to delete
temporary files from the $HOME/run directory does not appear.

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Single Interpreter Running Sessions Multiple Times in Concurrent OpenWorks


Sessions
Session Manager saves session data based on the current interpreter. If you run multiple
OpenWorks sessions concurrently and open a session file in multiple OpenWorks
sessions, write operation errors can occur when you save the sessions in Session
Manager.
Workaround: Use separate interpreters for each OpenWorks session or make copies of
any sessions you want to use in multiple OpenWorks sessions, so the files are not
shared.

PUBLIC or Shared Interpreter


Session Manager saves session data to files based on interpreter. If multiple users use
the PUBLIC or Shared interpreter designation and try to use a single session file at the
same time, write operation errors can occur when the users save the sessions. Problems
seen during testing under these conditions include

the Session Manager hangs on initial use


session control files become corrupt

Workaround: Do not use the PUBLIC or Shared interpreter designation when you use
Session Manager. If your team uses Session Manager, make sure each user has a unique
interpreter designation.

Inability to Delete Instance from Current Session


In Session Manager, you cannot delete an application instance that is part of the current
session, although you can now toggle instances off. To delete an application instance, it
must be part of a saved, closed session. (142059)

Displaying Online Help


For the current release, no Help button appears in the Session Manager window. Online
help is not directly accessible from Session Manager.
Workaround: See the section Using the Session Manager Utility in Introduction to
StratWorks Software. You can display this document by selecting Help > Online
Manual > Introduction to StratWorks from the StratWorks Command Menu.

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Saving Independent Sessions


Independent sessions are not saved when you exit from Session Manager. You are
prompted to save changes, but the independent session is not saved as part of the
Session Manager session. (Independent application sessions are sessions you have
saved and reopened directly from the File menu in one of the managed applications or
utilitiesCorrelation, Cross Section, MapView, Wellbore Manager, Header/Trailer Editor,
or Single Well Viewer.)
Workaround: To instruct Session Manager to save independent sessions, set the
SW_SM_UPDATE_LAST_OPENED variable. The independent session must be owned by
the current interpreter. If you set the SW_SM_UPDATE_LAST_OPENED variable, Session
Manager attempts the save operation automatically during exit without prompting you.
If you open an independent read-only session and want to save it in Session Manager,
you must first remove the sessions read-only status by saving the session under the
current interpreters designation in the native application.

Problems from Changing Interpreter in Mid-Session


If you switch to a new interpreter designation in the OpenWorks Project Status window
after starting a StratWorks application sessions, the application instances that are
already running continue to use the interpreter specified at their initialization. In general,
StratWorks software operates this way by design, so you can run multiple instances of
applications that each have a different interpreter. In the case of the Session Manager
utility, it is important to run the utility under the current interpreter. If you run Session
Manager with an obsolete interpreter setting, you can no longer save changes to the
master session file or create new master session files.
Workaround: If you switch interpreters while Session Manager is open, exit from Session
Manager and restart it.

StratWorks 3D Software
For Known Problems relating to StratWorks 3D functionality, refer to the StratWorks 3D Release
Notes and documentation.

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Single Well Viewer


Min Depth Not Honored When Min Depth Greater Than Max Depth
Single Well Viewer and Wellbore Manager either give a blank display or do not start at the
specified minimum depth when the Depth Range is set to User and the specified
Minimum Depth is deeper than the specified Maximum Depth. To work around the
problem, input a Minimum Depth that is shallower than the Maximum Depth. (875056)

Summation Sets May Not Display the Correct Fills


A summation set created in a curve track may not display the correct fills. If the Start
Display From field in the Summation Set Parameters dialog box is set to a specified curve,
and the Left and Right Value parameters are set (for instance, if they are set to 0 and 1),
the display may not be filled correctly as if the summation began at the specified curve.
(169655)

Saving ***WELL SPECIFIC*** Template


In Single Well Viewer, if you set up the program (in View Well mode) to use a well-specific
template for displaying a well, then you save edits to the template (in Edit Template
mode). By default, the program saves the template under the name ***WELL
SPECIFIC***. This causes problems if you work with well-specific templates for multiple
wells. (170056)
Workaround: If the template name ***WELL SPECIFIC*** appears in the status area of
the Single Well Viewer window (running in Edit mode), use the File > Templates > Save As
option to save any changes to the template. Enter a unique name for saving the template,
such as the original template name or a variation of it.

Strat Column Editor


Limit of Nine Levels of Parent/Child Units
Strat Column Editor supports nine levels of parent/child units. If this limit is exceeded, the
additional subunits are not displayed in Strat Column Editor or used in StratWorks
processing.

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Wellbore Manager
Cursor Position Accuracy
If you move the cursor into the Wellbore Manager window display area, the status line at
the bottom of the window reports the approximate location of the cursor, not the exact
location.
If you use cursor tracking between Cross Section and Wellbore Manager, the reported
cursor position is relative to the vertical plane of the LOS in Cross Section. If you set up
the Cross Section scaling parameters so that the wellbore appears in Deviated Normal
mode, the cursor slows down or stops in Wellbore Manager whenever it moves
horizontally in the Cross Section window.
Workaround: Use one of the better tools that are available for determining the exact
location of objects in the display area. For example, to determine the exact depth of a
casing, select Tools > Query, then click the casing. The Query window appears and
reports the exact location of the casing. You can also find this information by selecting
Tools > Interactive Equipment Editor, then clicking the casing.
Cursor tracking is more accurate in the Wellbore Manager window if the cursor is on the
right side of the well template.

Cursor Tracking in Deviated Wells


If you use cursor tracking between Cross Section and Wellbore Manager, the reported
cursor position is relative to the vertical plane of the LOS. If you set up the Cross Section
scaling parameters so that the wellbore appears in Deviated Normal mode, then move the
cursor in the Cross Section window, the status line in Wellbore Manager reports an
inaccurate position unless the cursor is located on top of the wellbore.
Workaround: To check the position of an object in the display area, use one of the options
described in the previous problem workaround.

Display Problems for Deviated Wells


If you display deviated wells in the Wellbore Manager window, the well data occasionally
appears highly compressed or distorted. This is especially true if the well bends toward
the left and is displayed at a small size. This symptom indicates that the well has too much
data to fit in the space allowed by the scale of the display. The problem is more common
with wells that bend toward the left because Wellbore Manager always displays the

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wellbore to the right of other template tracks, no matter how tracks are arranged in the
template. (145545)
Workaround: If the tracks for deviated wells is unreadable or appears distorted, change
the scale so the image is larger. Once the allotted space is large enough to hold the well
data, the problem disappears.

Well Templates
Using Two-Way Time in the Well Depth Track
In the Well Template Editor, perform the following steps if you plan to use TWT (two-way
time) as the depth type in a well template depth track, as preparation for using TWT as
the depth type in Single Well Viewer. The existing documentation that describes this
process is incomplete and contains misleading statements. (147352)

T-D Curve Definition Make sure the target well has a T-D table (time-depth table)
that defines the time-depth curve you want to use. To view the data for the time-depth
curve definitions stored for a well, display the Well Data Manager window in
OpenWorks software in Time Depth Data mode. (To do this, first display the Well
Data Manager window, select the target well, then select the Time Depth Data radio
button.) If no data appears in the Well Data Manager window at this point, no timedepth curve data has been saved for the selected well.
To define a new time-depth curve under the current interpreters designation, display
the Well Data Manager window in Time Depth Data mode, select the target well,
position the cursor somewhere in one of the two right window panes, click MB3, and
select New from the context-sensitive menu that appears. (See the OpenWorks Data
Management manual.)

Interpreter Source Priority Status If the current interpreter has an explicitly


defined Interpreter/Source Priority list, make sure the interpreter list includes the
interpreter who created the time-depth curve you want to use. If no Interpreter/Source
Priority list exists for the current interpreter, make sure one of the project team
members has created an appropriate time-depth curve for the well. (See the Setting
Session Preferences topic in the Introduction to StratWorks Software guide.)

Posting RFT Run Headers

You cannot post RFT Run Header information in a template. (28801)

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Contacting Landmark Customer Support


Landmark software operates Technical Assistance Centers (TACs) in Australia, the
United Kingdom, and the United States. Additional support is also provided through
regional support offices around the world.

Support Via Web Portal

Technical Assistance Centers

Regional Offices

Support Via Web Portal


Support information is always available on the Landmark Customer Support internet
page. You can also submit a support request directly to Landmark Customer Support
though the Landmark Customer Support Portal:
http://css.lgc.com/InfoCenter/index?page=home
To request support in the Landmark Customer Support Portal:
1. In the PIN and Password text boxes in the Please Sign In area, enter your registered
personal identification number and password.
2. Click the Sign In button.
3. In the Case & Defect Information area, click the Create A New Case link.
4. In the Create Case area, fill in the necessary information. Provide details about your
technical concern, including any error messages, the workflow steps where the problem occurred, and attachments of screen shots that display the problem. To help
understand the concern, you can also attach other files too, such as example data
files.
5. Click the Submit button. A support analyst in the nearest Technical Assistance Center will respond to your request.

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Technical Assistance Centers


Asia, Pacific
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Local Time
Monday-Friday, excluding holidays

61-8-9481-4488 (Perth, Australia)


Toll Free 1-800-448-488
Fax: 61-8-9481-1580
Email: apsupport@lgc.com

Europe, Africa, Middle East


9:00 am - 5:30 pm Local Time
Monday - Friday, excluding holidays

44-1372-868686 (Leatherhead, UK)


Fax: 44-1224-723260 (Aberdeen, UK)
Fax: 44-1372-868601 (Leatherhead, UK)
Email: support@lgc.com

Latin America
(Spanish, Portuguese, English)
7:00 am - 5:00 pm Local Time

713-839-3405 (Houston, TX, USA)


Fax: 713-839-3646
Email: soporte@lgc.com

North America
7:30 am - 5:30 pm Central Standard Time
Monday - Friday, excluding holidays

713-839-2200 (Houston, TX, USA)


Toll Free 1-877-435-7542
(1-877-HELP-LGC)
Fax: 713-839-2168
Email: support@lgc.com

Regional Offices
For contact information for regional offices, see the Contact Support page located at:
http://css.lgc.com/InfoCenter/index?page=contact&section=contact
If problems cannot be resolved at the regional level, an escalation team is called to
resolve your incidents quickly.

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