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*John Mayo
Message 1 of 4 (117 Views)

Total Volume Tables Wrong?

117 Views, 3 Replies
03-01-2009 09:43 AM

Anyone else seeing this or can you reproduce
it?

 

I noticed it with 09 SP2. I uninstalled SP2 &
installed the new SP. It seem the area is not accounting for the vertical scale
factor and then the volume units are incorrectly converted.

 

I saw this on my current project and I recreated it
with a completely different data set using the NCS extended template which is
attached.

 

I will submit this to subscription suppport as soon
as the site allows me.

 

 

John
*John Mayo
Message 2 of 4 (117 Views)

Re: Total Volume Tables Wrong?

03-01-2009 09:51 AM in reply to: *John Mayo

Oh disregard this while I loook
deeper.

 

I should not be working today...

 

John

 


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Anyone else seeing this or can you reproduce
it?

 

I noticed it with 09 SP2. I uninstalled SP2 &
installed the new SP. It seem the area is not accounting for the vertical
scale factor and then the volume units are incorrectly converted.

 

I saw this on my current project and I recreated
it with a completely different data set using the NCS extended template which
is attached.

 

I will submit this to subscription suppport as
soon as the site allows me.

 

 

John
*John Mayo
Message 3 of 4 (117 Views)

Re: Total Volume Tables Wrong?

03-01-2009 10:10 AM in reply to: *John Mayo

Gotta put this away for now. The vertical scale is
fine. I still think the vol conversion is wack.

 

John

 


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Anyone else seeing this or can you reproduce
it?

 

I noticed it with 09 SP2. I uninstalled SP2 &
installed the new SP. It seem the area is not accounting for the vertical
scale factor and then the volume units are incorrectly converted.

 

I saw this on my current project and I recreated
it with a completely different data set using the NCS extended template which
is attached.

 

I will submit this to subscription suppport as
soon as the site allows me.

 

 

John
*John Mayo
Message 4 of 4 (117 Views)

Re: Total Volume Tables Wrong?

03-01-2009 04:51 PM in reply to: *John Mayo

But I am of course not thinking...

 

Please disregard all knowledge of this
transmission.


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Gotta put this away for now. The vertical scale
is fine. I still think the vol conversion is wack.

 

John

 


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">


Anyone else seeing this or can you reproduce
it?

 

I noticed it with 09 SP2. I uninstalled SP2
& installed the new SP. It seem the area is not accounting for the
vertical scale factor and then the volume units are incorrectly
converted.

 

I saw this on my current project and I
recreated it with a completely different data set using the NCS extended
template which is attached.

 

I will submit this to subscription suppport as
soon as the site allows me.

 

 


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