The purpose of this article is to explain the menu options for the ARIES Connector
The ARIES Connector manages inputs and outputs of ARIES wells, production, and declines to the Petro.ai Database.
Use the Job Type selector to choose whether to load from ARIES or write to ARIES.
|Load from ARIES - Load from the ARIES Database into Petro.ai Database.|
|Write to ARIES - Write from Petro.ai Database into ARIES Database.|
The ARIES Connection settings are used to configure the connection to your ARIES database.
|Select Configuration - Use the drop-down to select the pre-configured settings from the preference manager.|
This can be used to save your Connection String and the ARIES Configuration.
|Connection String - Connection String to the ARIES database||This is an example of a connection string.|
|Provider - Provider for the connection string (Use the drop-down to select SQLServer, ODBC, or OleDB)|
Note: If using OleDB and you experience this error: "The requested OLE DB provider Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 is not registered", you will need to download and install the 64-bit version of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable which can be downloaded from Microsoft's site here.
|Test Connection (Button) - Tests the connection string and the provider.|
Note: Test Connection will be disabled until a Provider is set.
The ARIES Configuration settings are used to map columns from your Petro.ai Database to columns in your ARIES database. Note: In most cases the default mappings will be correct.
|Schema - Schema name for the database|
|AC_Economic - Configure column mapping for the ARIES AC_Economic table|
|AC_Property - Configure column mapping for the ARIES AC_Property table|
|AC_Product - Configure column mapping for the ARIES AC_Product table|
|AC_Scenario - Configure column mapping for the ARIES AC_Scenario table|
Use the Petro.ai dropdown to select the Petro.ai Database that you would like to write to or load from.
|Petro.ai Instance - Choose your Petro.ai database|
Note: This is an example of different Petro.ai Instances, your company's connection will be differ.
|Test Connection - Tests the Petro.ai database connection.|
The Available Models section displays Qualifiers or Scenarios that exist in the Petro.ai database or ARIES Database
|Load Scenario and Qualifiers - Select whether to load scenarios or qualifiers (models)|
To enable to filter options - use the drop-down and select qualifiers.
|Header Table (Filter) - Use the drop-down to filter select your well header table inside the Spotfire. |
*Load from ARIES Only
|Propnum Column (Filter) - Inside your header Table, match your Propnum Column.|
*Load from ARIES Only
|Load (Button) - Load qualifers or scenarios|
|Scenario/Qualifier Panel - Displays a list of scenarios or qualifiers to select||Example qualifiers when writing to ARIES|
|Mark as Official (Load) - Provide a flag to make well declines official when loading to Petro.ai Database|
|Overwrite (Write) - This will overwrite your expression in the ARIES Database for that specific qualifier.|
|Allow models with ratio stream (Write) - If checked, it will only write one of the major streams based on what is listed in the AC_Property table for that Propnum.|
|Wells (Load) - Load the AC_Property(Header) and the AC_Products(Production) tables from the Aries Database.|
|Well Decline Curves (Load) - Loads the forecast data from ARIES Database to be used in the DCA Wrangler.|
Run Job / Reset
|Run Job (Button) - After configuring the required settings for the ARIES Connector, this will run the job script.|
Note: Upon selecting the Run Job button, the ARIES Connector Output will appear.
The ARIES Connector Output will show the progress of the job script that is running.
Example: picture for Job Type: Write to ARIES
|Reset (Button) - Reset the ARIES Connector settings|
For additional Information on ARIES Connector documentation, click here