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Z-MAP Plus 2003.12.1 Release Notes

Z-MAP Plus 2003.12.1
Release Notes

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Contents of the Release Notes
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Setting Environment Variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Starting Z-MAP Plus Workflow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Known Issues. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

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Introduction
Z-MAP Plus R2003.12.1 includes a new application called Z-MAP Plus Workflow, accessible
from the Z-MAP Plus Command Menu. The Z-MAP Plus Workflow application has useful surface
modeling, mapping, and file management utilities. This is Landmark’s first release of the
application, and users should be aware that parts of the application may still be unstable. Although
Landmark tries very hard to deliver the highest quality software, the usefulness of these utilities
warrants an early look at this beta software. Before you use the Z-MAP Plus Workflow, make sure
you backup critical data. Examine the results of using Z-MAP Plus Workflow carefully, and
contact customer support if you have any problems using it.

Known Issues for Using Z-MAP Plus Workflow
Do not run Z-MAP Plus Workflow and Z-MAP Plus at the same time. If a ZGF is open on both
applications and a program writes to the ZGF, the ZGF is likely to be corrupted and become
unusable. It is also inadvisable to unlock MFDs in Z-MAP Plus Workflow while Z-MAP Plus has
the MFDs attached — writing to an MFD while it is attached to both applications can corrupt it.
Z-MAP Plus Workflow will not start on a Linux system unless the DISPLAY environment variable
is set to the local machine. To set the DISPLAY environment variable, in the Unix C shell enter
the command: setenv DISPLAY hostname:0.0 where hostname is the name of your
Unix workstation.

Z-MAP Plus 2003.12.0 Objectives
The Z-MAP Plus R2003.12.0 release focused on these objectives:


Improved performance, design, and stability
Improved performance with the OpenWorks upgrade to Oracle 8.1.7.4
True color display capability on all platforms: With the 2003.3 release for Linux, Z-MAP Plus
supported true color (to be compatible with Linux 24-bit graphics devices). Advances in
graphics hardware from Sun now support true color, prompting requests for a true-color
release.
Usability improvements through additional and redesigned workflow icons, as well as
enhancements in the workflows for opening SeisWorks horizons as grids and saving Z-MAP
Plus grids as horizons

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Applications and Utilities Delivered
The following tables show the Z-MAP Plus applications and utilities delivered in Release
2003.12.1.
Included

No Longer Included

Applications

Z-MAP Plus1
PowerView
ZCL
ZGF Picture Viewer
3D Viewer (optional)
Z-MAP Plus Workflow

Contouring Assistant

Utilities

Pointset Builder
Flowlines/Orthogonal Contour
Overpost Resolution (New)
Source Priority
Hardcopy
Hardcopy Batch
Convert a ZGF to a DXF

Smart Data Reduction
Convert a ZGF to a DGN
ZPIO

1. Linux only: In this release, the Surveys (Canadian) options are not included in the
Z-MAP Plus Features menu.

System Requirements
Operating System and Third-Party Software Elements
The following table describes the operating systems and third-party software upgrades supported
for Release 2003.12:
Product/
Package

Solaris

IRIX

Linux

SunOS 5.8 (Solaris 8.0 Operating
Environment 0202) plus patch
108940-52 or higher (Motif patch
for Z-Map Plus)1

6.5.11m

RedHat Enterprise Linux WS 2.1
(Advanced Workstation 2.1)
Either kernel patch level
2.4.9e12smp or 2.4.9e24smp2
Full install

Adobe Acrobat 5.x
Reader

4.x

5.x

1.4

1.4

N/A

Certified OS

CDE

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Exceed

8.0.0.0

8.0.0.0

8.0.0.0

Exceed 3D

8.0.0.0

8.0.0.0

8.0.0.0

FLEXlm

7.2e

7.2e

7.2g

Desktop
Environment

CDE

N/A

RedHat Gnome or KDE3

Motif

2.1

2.1

2.1

OpenGL

1.2.1

1.2

N/A

Oracle

8.1.7.4

8.1.7.4

8.1.7.4

X11

R6.4

R6.4

R6.4

1. You can download Sun patches from www.sunsolve.sun.com. A username and password are required.
2. The command to show the kernel patch is uname -a. The symmetric multi-processor is smp, and the single
processor machine is 2.4.9-e.12 or 2.4.9e.24.
3. The Sawfish window manager is recommended.

Hardware Requirements
Z-MAP Plus Release 2003.12.1 is designed to work on systems that meet the following minimum
hardware requirements:
Solaris

IRIX

Linux

Model

• Blade 1000
• Blade 2000

• Octane (with V12
graphics)
• Octane 2 (with V12
graphics)

Professional Workstation
class PC with Pentium III or
IV (or equivalent chip, such
as equivalent AMD Athlon
chip)

Graphics
cards

• XVR 500
• XVR 1000
• Expert 3D1

• Matrox G400/G450/G550
Most SGI graphics cards
supported, although you may • ATI FireGL4
encounter problems with
• nVidia
cards that have textured
memory.

1. Variations of the Expert 3D card are not supported, such as the Expert 3D Lite.

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Installation Disk Space Requirements
The space requirements for a complete Z-MAP Plus R2003.12.1 installation are:
Solaris

IRIX

Linux

Disk space

655 MB

530 MB

480 MB

RAM

512 MB

512 MB

256 MB (512 MB for much
improved performance with
large datasets)

Swap space

Standalone: 500 MB
Servers: 500 MB + 200 MB per client

Recommended Browser: Netscape 4.7 or Higher
Landmark recommends that you use Netscape 4.7 or later to take full advantage of the navigation
features of the Help > Help browser-based, context-sensitive help system. Older versions of
Netscape do not support many important help features. The RedHat operating system ships with
Netscape 4.7 as the default browser. The context-sensitive online help augments a full range of
PDF-format online manuals, which you view with the Acrobat Reader application included with
the release.

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Installation
For step-by-step installation instructions, see the following documents.

Installing Z-MAP Plus with OpenWorks — Use the Release 2003.12 Release Notes, these
release notes, and the installation and operation instructions in the Z-MAP Plus Installation and
Configuration Guide.

Installing Z-MAP Plus standalone (without OpenWorks) — Use these release notes and the
installation and operation instructions in the Z-MAP Plus Installation and Configuration
Guide.
Updating the MappingLauncher.dat File
If you are updating Z-MAP Plus from a previous version (so that your home directory contains a
MappingLauncher.dat file), delete the MappingLauncher.dat file before you launch Z-MAP Plus R2003.12.1
for the first time. The application automatically generates an updated version of MappingLauncher.dat.
Failure to remove the old MappingLauncher.dat file causes the Z-MAP Plus Command Menu to reflect
obsolete menu options.

Installing the Acrobat Reader
Be sure to install the Adobe Acrobat Reader before you install Z-MAP Plus.

Permissions Needed to Install This Release
Log in as root to install the software. Use the command su - root and not su to get to root so you
do not inherit permissions and environments from any login except root.
For a successful installation, you must have write permission for the target directory. If you have
do not have write permissions for all of the files in the target directory, some files are not removed
during installation. This combination of old and new files compromises the installation.
If you install OpenWorks while you are logged in as root, you must set full permissions on several
directories in the OpenWorks tree if you want to install Z-MAP Plus or other products at a later
time, when you are not logged in as root. Set full permission on the following directories:



$OWHOME/bitmaps and its contents
$OWHOME/revisions
$OWHOME/templates and its contents
$OWHOME/lib

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Getting Licenses
FLEXlm 7.2e license management software from Globetrotter supplies licenses to run Z-MAP
Plus—FLEXlm 7.2e for Solaris and IRIX workstations and FLEXlm 7.2g for Linux workstations.
Software versioning is implemented in the license file (license.dat). License files from previous
releases of Z-MAP Plus 2003.x work with Z-MAP Plus R2003.12.1. If your license file predates
R2003.x, you must get a new license.dat file from your Landmark representative before you can
use Z-MAP Plus R2003.12.1.
If you request a license, make sure you have the 12-character host ID for your system or systems
(servers and clients) as well as server host names. To obtain a host ID, use the lmhostid
command.
Z-MAP Plus has three licensing option groups:
• ZFULL — Complete Z-MAP Plus Suite
• ZSEIS — Z-MAP Plus Seismic Suite
• ZENG — Z-MAP Plus Reservoir Engineering Suite
Each new Z-MAP Plus license file contains ZMAPPLUS, ZCL, and ZMS feature lines plus one of
the following feature groups — ZFULL, ZSEIS or ZENG.
If you purchase the OpenVision 3D Viewer option, your license file should also contain the
following entry: ZMAP_3DVIEW.
For complete license installation and configuration information, see the FLEX License Manager
CD-ROM.

Setting Environment Variables
If OpenWorks is not available or the Z-MAP Plus system is not a child of the OpenWorks system,
use the following command: setenv ZTARGET /top-zmapplus-dir
To run the Z-MAP Plus Workflow application on a Linux system, set the environment variable
ZWFTOP in the zwfsh file, located in the /top-zwf-directory. If you try to start Z-MAP Plus
Workflow on a Linux system without setting the ZWFTOP environment variable, the following
error message may appear:
/.../sh/getsizeofwindow: Command not found
To fix the problem, set ZWFTOP to point to the /top-zwf-directory. If, for example, the top ZWF
directory is /usr/OpenWorks/ZMAPPlus/zwf, the script automatically defines the ZWFTOP
variable correctly. If the top ZWF directory is not a child of the Z-MAP Plus directory, you must
set the path for the ZWFTOP variable.

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Starting Z-MAP Plus Workflow
To start Z-MAP Plus Workflow, select Applications > Z-MAP Plus Workflow in the
Z-MAP Plus Command Menu. If the Z-MAP Plus Workflow option does not appear in the
Applications menu, exit from the Z-MAP Plus Command Menu, delete the MappingLauncher.dat
file in your home directory, then restart Z-MAP Plus from the OpenWorks Command Menu. The
new version of the MappingLauncher.dat file is copied to your home directory, which enables
Z-MAP Plus Workflow to appear in the Applications menu.

Known Issues
This section describes problems that were noted during testing and describes differences between
the functionality of R2003.12.1 and releases previous to R2003.12.0.

Problems from Improperly Closing Windows and Dialog Boxes
It is very important that you close windows and dialog boxes properly, by clicking the OK or Save
button or by selecting Exit or Close from the application window menu.
If you attempt to close a window or dialog box with the Window Manager Close menu option or
the X-Windows Close button, serious problems may result.

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Z-MAP Plus Workflow

ZGF Corruption — Do not run Z-MAP Plus Workflow and Z-MAP Plus at the same time. If
a ZGF is open on both applications and a program writes to the ZGF, the ZGF is likely to be
corrupted and become unusable. Close Z-MAP Plus before you start Z-MAP Plus Workflow.

MFD Corruption — Do not unlock MFDs in Z-MAP Plus Workflow while Z-MAP Plus has
the MFDs attached. Writing to an MFD while it is attached to both applications can corrupt it.

Launching on Linux — To launch the Z-MAP Plus Workflow application on a Linux system,
you must set the DISPLAY environment variable to the local machine. To set the DISPLAY
environment variable, in the Unix C shell enter the command: setenv DISPLAY
hostname:0.0 where hostname is the name of your Unix workstation.
In addition, the Z-MAP Plus Workflow macros will not run on a Linux system if the
pathname to the top Z-MAP Plus Workflow (ZWF) directory exceeds 80 characters. To fix
this problem, set the ZWFTOP environment variable as described in the previous topic “Setting
Environment Variables.”

Well Symbol Replaced by “X”
If your maps display an “X” in place of the expected well symbol, it is likely that Z-MAP Plus is
not able to locate the extended symbol set.
Beginning with release 2003.0, Z-MAP Plus uses the OpenWorks symbol set. Z-MAP Plus and
OpenWorks look for symbols in the <directory_path>/OW_SYS_DATA/owsymbols directory,
with the <directory_path> as specified in the $OWHOME/conf/owdir.dat file.
The symbols known in Z-MAP Plus as the extended symbol set are installed in the
$ZYCORHOME/OW_SYS_DATA/owsymbols directory. For a Z-MAP Plus and OpenWorks
installation, this is probably not the same OW_SYS_DATA directory specified by the $OWHOME/
conf/owdir.dat file.
For an OpenWorks Installation: Copy the symbol files located in the $ZYCORHOME/
OW_SYS_DATA/owsymbols directory into the OW_SYS_DATA/owsymbols directory that is
specified in the $OWHOME/conf/owdir.dat file. This enables Z-MAP Plus and OpenWorks to use
the extended symbols. (The extended symbol files follow the format sh<NUM>:<NUM>.SYM,
where <NUM> is a six-digit number.)
For a Standalone Z-MAP Plus Installation: If your standalone Z-MAP Plus installation does
not have access to the extended symbols, check the $ZYCORHOME/conf/owdir.dat file to see
where Z-MAP Plus expects the symbols to be located. Verify that the actual location of the
symbols corresponds to the location specified by the owdir.dat file.

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Fault File Field Irregularities When Saving to OpenWorks
OpenWorks writes one copy of each basic field type for each fault. If you save either a centerline
or polygonal fault to OpenWorks, only the first instance of each required field type is saved. For
example, let’s say you create an alternative dip field in a centerline fault with a data operation and
name it Dip2. OpenWorks does not save the new field if a Dip field already exists. OpenWorks
saves the first one it finds and ignores the rest. Z-MAP Plus reports all fields it cannot save in the
System window.
Also note that saved fields revert to their default field names. For example, if you rename a field,
OpenWorks uses the default, original name to save the field.
There is a problem report against OpenWorks to fix this problem.

Program Fails on Saving Grid to Large 3D SeisWorks Project
In the current release, you cannot save a grid as a horizon to a SeisWorks 3D project that contains
a large survey. For example, the conversion process fails in the following circumstances: You select
File > Save As > SeisWorks File, select a large 3D SeisWorks project as the destination (a project
that contains a survey with 10,000 lines and 10,000 traces), finish specifying the input values, then
click OK to create the horizon. The program hangs or closes abruptly, and the new horizon is not
saved.
The problem is limited to large 3D SeisWorks projects and to the File > Save As > SeisWorks File
operation. The exact limit for an acceptably sized destination project has not been determined.
(D/E 305807)
WORKAROUND #1 — If the grid you are converting is a subset of a large 3D survey, create a
3D project in SeisWorks that is at least as extensive as the grid. Use the new project as the
destination in the File > Save As > SeisWorks File operation. Create a mapping file in the new
project and convert the horizon to map points by using the Map It dialog box (accessible by
selecting Mapping > Mapit).
WORKAROUND #2 — Copy the grid from the source MFD to OpenWorks. Create or open a
mapping file in SeisWorks, then select Mapping > Read from Database, and use the SeisWorks/
Read from Database dialog box to import the grid into the mapping file.
Finally, select Mapping > Convert Map Data to Horizon in SeisWorks, and use the Convert Map
Data to Horizon dialog box to convert the map points to a horizon.
WORKAROUND #3 — Export the grid as x,y,z data by selecting Operations >
Data Operations > Grid to Data in Z-MAP Plus. Import the x,y,z data to SeisWorks by using the
SeisWorks Horizon Import/Export utility. (To display this utility, select Horizons >
Horizon Import/Export [Hie] in the Seismic Project Manager Command Menu).
Finally, select Mapping > Mapit and use the Map It dialog box to grid the points.

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Help: Fonts in Browser-Based Help Are Too Close Together
Set your Netscape browser preferences (Edit > Preferences) to display fonts in 14 point or smaller
type. 18 point fonts make the lines appear very close together and may be more difficult to read.

Program Fails on Deletion of Range Edit Equation
Z-MAP Plus hangs if you delete the only range edit equation you have defined for a data selection
operation. That is, the program stops responding if you delete the only defined equation in the
SELECT – RANGE EDIT EQUATIONS DISPLAY dialog box (displayed if you select
Operations > Data Operations > Data Selection to display the SELECT dialog box, then you
click the Range Edit: Arrow icon). (D/E 167990)

Extra Large Basemap Features Window
If the Basemap Features window appears much too large, comment out the following line (or
something similar to it) in your .Xdefaults file:
ZMAPPLUS*fontlist: -*-helvetica-bold-r-normal--14-*-*-*-p-*-*-*1

Solaris/Linux: Dialog Box Position Changes with Each New Display
If you run Z-MAP Plus on a Solaris or Linux system and display a dialog box multiple times, the
dialog box appears in a new position each time it appears. With each appearance, the dialog box is
slightly lower and further to the right of its previous position.
WORKAROUND: To correct this problem on a Solaris system, add the following line to your
.Xdefaults file:
Dtwm*positionIsFrame: False
The problem is corrected once you log off and log on again.

Linux: Xterm Window for Z-MAP Plus; Log Files for Other Applications
No xterm window appears for Z-MAP Plus in R2003.12.0 or R2003.12.1. Z-MAP Plus writes
errors and session information to the zmapplus.zlog file in the project directory. Z-MAP Plus
launcher error messages are written to the MappingLauncher.zlog file.
All other applications delivered in R2003.12.0 and R2003.12.1 have xterm windows, which
display errors and session information. This information is available for real-time viewing, but is
not saved in any log file. (No set.zlog, zcl.zlog, or zgfviewer.zlog files are produced.)

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Linux: Using Button 3 with Matrox 450 Dual Head Graphics Cards
If you have a Matrox 450 dual head graphics card, clicking Mouse Button 3 (MB3) may cause the
monitors to suddenly appear blank (solid black). To restore normal viewing, move the mouse
slightly. If you encounter this problem, make sure you have installed the latest drivers from the
graphics card manufacturer.

SGI Remote Solaris Display: Cannot Select from MB3 Menus
If you run Solaris remotely on an SGI, you cannot select from the Mouse Button 3 (MB3) menus
on the tabbed dialog boxes (such as Point Gridding Plus, File Manager, and Contouring). Lines
have been added to the R2003 Z-MAP Plus Xdefaults file to fix this problem. If you run a custom
or older version of Xdefaults, your file will not have the solution to this problem. To take advantage
of the solution, amend your customized Xdefaults file to match the new one.
To replace your Xdefaults file temporarily with the new one, use this command:
xrdb -override ZMAPInstallDirectory/app-defaults/ZMAPPLUS

SGI: Displaying Back to a Sun Blade System
Software failures were reported by users executing on an SGI system and displaying to a Sun Blade
system. These problems were noted when using a TSI Raptor GFX 8P card, which is not supported
for this release. Please refer to the “Hardware Requirements” topic for supported hardware and
operating systems.

SGI: Program Crashes If Right Monitor Used to Display Contouring or
Basemap Features Dialog Box
On an SGI system, Z-MAP Plus may close abruptly if you select the right-hand monitor to display
the Contouring dialog box or Basemap Features dialog box. (That is, if you click the Contouring
or Basemap Features icon or select Features > Contouring or Basemap, then select the
right-hand monitor.)
This problem has been observed on 6.5.13 version to 6.5.18 version SGI systems that use an SI or
ESI graphics cards. In some cases, configuring the graphics card to remove texture memory may
resolve the problem. (D/E 165718)

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SGI: Help Does Not Show Contents, Index, Search Pane
The default browser for SGI is Netscape 4.05. The current version of Netscape for Unix is 4.7 or
7.1. Netscape 4.05 does not support several java scripts used in the help system. For example,
Netscape 4.05 does not display the table of contents, index, and search tabs or display pop-up
subwindows. All of these features make the browser-based Help system more navigable and
useful. (The browser-based Help system appears if you click the Help button in any of the newer,
tabbed dialog boxes.) Landmark suggests SGI users upgrade to Netscape 4.7 or later.
Troubleshooting Netscape Version Problems
SGI is shipping Netscape 4.05 as part of the OS. This older version of Netscape does not contain
the same modern functionality used in the Help system. For this reason, Landmark suggests that
you use Netscape 4.7 or later. Because the IRIX operating system is set to automatically launch the
Netscape 4.05, contradictions can produce unexpected results. Here are some tips to help you avoid
known version problems:
1. Be sure you have enough swap space to start Netscape.
2. Set the BROWSER environment variable and include the name of the executable file at the end
of the directory path. You must launch Z-MAP Plus from the same terminal or X-window in which
you set the environment variable.
3. If you launched an earlier version of Netscape before you made the BROWSER settings, a file
named Netscape was created that contains parameters for the first version you launched. The
following error message (or something similar) appears:
netscape: program is version 4.61, but resources are version
4.05
This means there is an inappropriate “Netscape” file installed
in the YourDirectory. Check these environment variables and
the directories to which they point:
$XAPPLRESDIR
$XFILESEARCHEPATH
$XUSERFILESSEARCHPATH
Also, check for this file in your home directory, or in the
directory called YourDirectory somewhere in
YourNetworkDirectory

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If you get this message, set the three environment variables to the directory that contains the
version of Netscape you want to use. Do not include the name of the executable file at the end of
the path. Next, delete the file named Netscape from the path indicated in the last paragraph. To find
that file, navigate to the directory given by the error message and use the following command:
find . -name Netscape -print
Running the help system with Netscape requires more swap space than most systems allot.
Landmark recommends that you use at least 500 MB of swap space to run Netscape and the Z-MAP
Plus help system. You can avoid running low on swap space by launching Netscape from outside
the program.

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