L_DicomAccept

#include "ltdic.h"

L_LTDIC_API L_INT L_DicomAccept(hNet, hPeer)

Accepts a connection request from a client.

Parameters

HDICOMNET hNet

A DICOM Network handle that references the host (the server).

HDICOMNET hPeer

A DICOM Network handle that references the client that requested the connection.

Returns

Value Meaning
DICOM_SUCCESS The function was successful.
>0 An error occurred. Refer to Return Codes.

Comments

When a client requests a connection by calling L_DicomConnect, a call to the ACCEPTCALLBACK function is generated on the server. Within the ACCEPTCALLBACK function the server can decide whether to accept the connection or not. If the connection is accepted, L_DicomAccept is called. This generates a call to the CONNECTCALLBACK function on the client, letting the client know the connection has been made.

You should always accept a connection request. Once the connection is made you can check the SCU and close the connection if you do not wish to maintain it. Since the connection requests are queued, if you do not accept a connection, it remains in the queue. When the next request is received, it is placed in the queue behind the first request. Calling L_DicomAccept at this point will connect the first request, not the second, since the first request is still in the queue.

Required DLLs and Libraries

Platforms

Win32, x64, Linux.

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