GetDicomEventLogDatasetQueryCommandText(Collection<CatalogElement[]>,OrderByParametersList,int,bool) Method

Summary
Gets the SQL statement for querying the DICOM Event Log table into a DicomEventLogDataSet based on the provided matching parameters.
Syntax
C#
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C++
protected abstract string GetDicomEventLogDatasetQueryCommandText( 
   Collection<CatalogElement[]> eventLogMatchParamsListCollection, 
   OrderByParametersList eventLogOrderByParamsList, 
   int lastRowsCount, 
   bool includeDicomDataSet 
) 
  
Protected Overloads Overrides Function GetDicomEventLogDatasetQueryCommandText( _ 
   ByVal eventLogMatchParamsListCollection As Collection(Of CatalogElement()), _ 
   ByVal eventLogOrderByParamsList As OrderByParametersList, _ 
   ByVal lastRowsCount As Integer, _ 
   ByVal includeDicomDataSet As Boolean _ 
) As String 
protected: 
String^ GetDicomEventLogDatasetQueryCommandText(  
   Collection<array<CatalogElement^>>^ eventLogMatchParamsListCollection, 
   OrderByParametersList^ eventLogOrderByParamsList, 
   int lastRowsCount, 
   bool includeDicomDataSet 
) override  

Parameters

eventLogMatchParamsListCollection
A collection of Leadtools.Medical.DataAccessLayer.Catalog.CatalogElement array which holds the matching parameters fields and values.

eventLogOrderByParamsList
An object of type Leadtools.Medical.Logging.DataAccessLayer.MatchingParameters.OrderByParametersList which contains the parameters to sort the returned event logs.

lastRowsCount
An System.Int32 value that determines the number of recent event logs returned from all matched event logs. Set this to -1 to return all event logs that match the provided parameters.

includeDicomDataSet
Decides whether to include the DicomDataSet in the returned DicomLogEntry if exists, true to include the DicomDataSet; otherwise false.

Requirements

Target Platforms

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