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NewStudyInstanceUID Property

Summary

New Study Instance UID used when moving a series to another patient.

Syntax
C#
VB
C++
[Element(DicomTag.StudyInstanceUID)] 
public string NewStudyInstanceUID {get; set;} 
<ElementAttribute(New DicomTag.StudyInstanceUID())>  
Public Property NewStudyInstanceUID() As String 
   Get 
   Set 
public:  
   [ElementAttribute((gcnew DicomTag::StudyInstanceUID()))] 
   property String^ NewStudyInstanceUID 
   { 
      String^ get() 
      void set(String^ value) 
   } 

Property Value

A new Study Instance UID that will be used when moving a series to another patient

Remarks

When using the Leadtools.Dicom.Scp.Command.NAction.PatientUpdater.MoveSeriesCommand to change a series to another patient on the local server, a new Study Instance UID (0020:000D) is generated.

If NewStudyInstanceUID is null or empty, then a new Study Instance UID is generated. If NewStudyInstanceUID contains a value, it is used instead.

This is used to handle issues where PatientUpdater messages are sent to a Local DICOM Server, and then forwarded to a Central DICOM Server. The idea is that there are several local servers that create DICOM images, and then forward the DICOM images to a central DICOM server. When using the PatientUpdater to modify the DICOM images on the local server, the PatientUpdater message is forwarded to the central server to make the same change.

When using the Leadtools.Dicom.Scp.Command.NAction.PatientUpdater.MoveSeriesCommand to change a series to another patient on the local server, a new Study Instance UID (0020:000D) is generated. When the MoveSeriesCommand NAction message is forwarded to the Central Server, a new Study Instance UID should not be generated.
The forwarded Leadtools.Dicom.Scp.Command.NAction.PatientUpdater.MoveSeriesCommand fills in the NewStudyInstanceUID member with the Study Instance UID that was generated on the local server.

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