Verify Raw xns11 Data
This tool allows the detection of potential errors in the cross section database (xns11 file) from MIKE 11. The types of potential errors are:
These are typically typing errors, which are difficult to detect manually in large cross section databases.
As preparation, the user needs to export the raw data from the cross section (xns11) file. Then, the user must run the tool and specify the location of the text file.
The tool reads the raw-data text file and gives a summary of the potential errors. The detailed error messages are displayed in a log file that is created in the same directory as the text file.
Optionally, the user can specify a network (nwk11) file in order to limit the verification to the cross sections used in that case. As a byproduct, the tool generates a new raw xns11 file with this subset. For this option, the raw data file must be exported with the MIKE ZERO editor working in SI units.
The free version allows the user to display the first 3 potential error messages.
There is no need to have MIKE ZERO installed. The tool has been tested successfully with raw-data files created from the 2009 through the 2016 releases.
Example of use
The two screens shown below illustrate the processing of the raw-data text file “test1_raw_xns11a.txt” provided with the installation of the Toolbox. In this test case, there are two cross sections with several potential problems.
In order to have full functionality of this tool, the user needs to complete the registration by following these steps:
After these steps, the authorization code will be sent to the email that you provided during the PayPal payment process.
Users can report bugs and send comments by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created by Lago Consulting & Services LLC. © 2014. Last updated on 4/4/2017