Called for each DICOM file enumerated by the InsertFile method.
public virtual DicomDirInsertFileCommand OnInsertFile(
Public Overridable Function OnInsertFile( _
ByVal fileName As String, _
ByVal dataSet As DicomDataSet, _
ByVal status As DicomDirInsertFileStatus, _
ByVal error As DicomExceptionCode _
) As DicomDirInsertFileCommand
virtual DicomDirInsertFileCommand OnInsertFile(
The name of the file being added to the DICOM Directory.
A DicomDataSet object that specifies the Data Set contained by the DICOM file being processed. If the Data Set wasn't loaded successfully, this parameter is set to a null reference (Nothing in VB).
The status code.
A value indicating how the enumeration of DICOM files should continue.
If the parameter passed to InsertFile is a null reference (Nothing in VB), then all the files in the destination folder, and optionally all the files in the subfolders of the destination folder, will be enumerated. For each file, the callback method OnInsertFile is called once or twice:
If this method returned DicomDirInsertFileCommand.Stop, the method InsertFile will stop adding new files. Therefore, to keep adding the DICOM files, this method should return DicomDirInsertFileCommand.Continue, or DicomDirInsertFileCommand.Skip if only the current file is to be skipped (which can be done during the first call).
The method InsertFile will stop adding new files and will throw an exception if an error occurred.
The implementation of the DicomDir class for this method simply returns DicomDirInsertFileCommand.Continue. In order to make use of this callback method, you should create a new class derived from the DicomDir class and override the method providing the desired implementation.
For an example, refer to Reset.