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Petroleum Experts OpenServer calculations

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Code for running Petroleum Experts OpenServer API commands in Python. More general information about this API protocol can be found on Petroleum Experts' site.

Please have a look at the CONTRIBUTING.MD file if you want to contribute.


Getting started

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Example in Python

There are two ways of using the functions, either by importing a class called OpenServer or by importing all modules. The first is the most "pythonic" way which can be used to disconnect from the license server. The latter is easier for those converting from visual basic style coding.

The following code will import the OpenServer module, start Prosper, open a Prosper file named well_2 on root drive and adding a comment into the comment section in Prosper.

by importing all modules

from openserver import *

DoSet('PROSPER.SIN.SUM.Comments', 'Testing OpenServer from Python')

by using the class

from openserver import OpenServer

c = OpenServer()

c.DoSet('PROSPER.SIN.SUM.Comments', 'Testing OpenServer from Python')


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