[Opm] Fwd: OPM output
paeanball at gmail.com
Fri Mar 22 11:54:20 UTC 2019
For the keyword WCONINJ, OPM is not supporting it.
However, there exists an empty definition of the keyword WCONINJ
there, which is why you saw WCONINJ keyword recognized while skipped.
I am not aware why it happens to be this way.
In short, you should not use keyword WCONINJ with OPM for the moment.
On Fri, Mar 22, 2019 at 12:06 PM Stephen, Karl D <K.D.Stephen at hw.ac.uk> wrote:
> Thanks for your help with OPM Flow last week. All seems to be well now with that problem.
> I have a quick question. Is it possible to get more diagnostics from Flow as the DATA file is parsed?
> For example when running Eclipse, a message appears when the keywords are recognised (preceded by "READING "). This is useful when identifying errors. It lets me know where in the file the error has occurred and I can check there. However, Flow might not produce any output.
> For example, if I use a keyword like WCONINJ instead of WCONINJE, the only output to screen is the following text:
> "Failed to create valid EclipseState object.
> Exception caught: PARSE_UNKNOWN_KEYWORD: Keyword INJ not recognised.
> terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::invalid_argument'
> what(): PARSE_UNKNOWN_KEYWORD: Keyword INJ not recognised.
> Aborted (core dumped)."
> WCONINJ seems to be recognised and skipped but the line of data is then considered as a possible new keyword. Now I know it's there but there may be instances in the future when I create a mistake I am not aware of.
> I've looked through the manual for command line parameters that switch something on but can't see it. It would be a great addition if you don't do it already. It would just require a write statement as the DATA file is parsed.
> Karl Stephen
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