LDicomDS::SetEncapsulatedDocument

#include "ltdic.h"

L_UINT16 LDicomDS::SetEncapsulatedDocument(pElement, bChild, pszFileDocument, pEncapsulatedDocument,pConceptNameCodeSequence)

L_UINT16 LDicomDS::SetEncapsulatedDocument(pElement, bChild, pBuffer, uBufferSize, pEncapsulatedDocument,pConceptNameCodeSequence)

Inserts an encapsulated document and corresponding DICOM elements into a DICOM data set.  This feature is available in version 17.5 or higher.

Parameters

pDICOMELEMENT pElement

Pointer to a DICOMELEMENT structure that contains an item in the Data Set. The inserted item will be inserted as a neighbor to this item, or as a child, depending on the value of bChild.

L_BOOL bChild

Flag that indicates where to insert the item. Possible values are:

Value Meaning
TRUE The new item will be inserted as the last child of pElement.
FALSE The new item will be inserted as the last sibling of pElement.

L_TCHAR * pszFileDocument

Character string that contains the name of the file that will be encapsulated. This should either be a PDF or a CDA file.

L_UCHAR *pBuffer

Address of the memory buffer that contains the source encapsulated document (PDF or CDA)  that will be inserted into the DICOM dataset.

L_UINT32 uBufferSize

Size of the memory buffer (in bytes).

pDICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT pEncapsulatedDocument

Pointer to a DICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT structure, which is filled with the encapsulated document module attributes. This member must NOT be NULL.

pDICOMCODESEQUENCEITEM pConceptNameCodeSequence

Pointer to a DICOMCODESEQUENCEITEM structure, which is filled with the Concept Name Code Sequence attributes. This member can be NULL.

Returns

Value Meaning
0 DICOM_SUCCESS
> 0 An error occurred. Refer to Return Codes.

Comments

There are two overloads for this function, that differ only in how they access the source encapsulated document:

The members of the DICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT structure and the DICOMCODESEQUENCEITEM structure together represent the set of attributes contained in the "Encapsulated Document Module Attributes". The Encapsulated Information Object Definition (IOD) describes either a

that has been encapsulated within a DICOM information object.

For more information, refer to Part 3 of the DICOM standard.

The DICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT structure corresponds to the Encapsulated Document Module Attributes described in part 3 of the DICOM specification. To include the Concept Name Code Sequence element (0040,A043) pass a pointer to a pConceptNameCodeSequence item.

The pszFileDocument argument points to a file that contains the document that you want to encapsulate. This should be either a PDF or a CDA document, and the uType member of the DICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT structure should be set accordingly.

Before calling this function:

  1. Initialize pEncapsulatedDocument ->uStructSize to be sizeof(DICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT) and initialize the structure members. Any of the members of the structure that are pointers can be NULL. NULL members will be ignored and the corresponding elements will not be inserted into the DICOM data set

  2. If pConceptNameCodeSequence is not NULL, initialize pConceptNameCodeSequence ->uStructSize to be sizeof(DICOMCODESEQUENCEITEM) and initialize all structure members. Any of the members of the structure that are pointers can be NULL. NULL members will be ignored and the corresponding elements will not be inserted into the DICOM data set

Required DLLs and Libraries

Platforms

Win32, x64

See Also

Functions

Topics

Example

This example adds an encapsulated document, along with several encapsulated document tags to an existing DICOM data set.

L_INT LDicomDS_SetEncapsulatedDocument(pDICOMELEMENT pElement, L_BOOL bChild, LDicomDS &ds, L_TCHAR *pszFileDocumentIn) 
{ 
   DICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT EncapsulatedDocument = {0}; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.uStructSize = sizeof(DICOMENCAPSULATEDDOCUMENT); 
 
   EncapsulatedDocument.uType = ENCAPSULATED_DOCUMENT_PDF; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.nInstanceNumber = 123; 
 
   VALUEDATE contentDate = {2008, 12, 31}; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pContentDate = &contentDate; 
 
   VALUETIME contentTime = {12, 30, 00, 1}; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pContentTime = &contentTime; 
 
   VALUEDATETIME acquisitionDateTime = {2008, 12, 31, 12, 30, 00, 01, -3}; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pAcquisitionDateTime = &acquisitionDateTime; 
 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pszBurnedInAnnotation               = L"YES"; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pszDocumentTitle                    = pszFileDocumentIn; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pszVerificationFlag                 = L"UNVERIFIED"; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pszHL7InstanceIdentifier            = NULL; 
 
   // The 'pszMIMETypeOfEncapsulatedDocument' field is ignored when calling SetEncapsulatedDocument 
   // It is filled in when calling 'SetEncapsulatedDocument' 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pszMIMETypeOfEncapsulatedDocument   = L"***** This is ignored when calling SetEncapsulatedDocument *****"; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.pszListOfMIMETypes                  = L"image/jpeg\0application/pdf"; 
   EncapsulatedDocument.nListOfMIMETypesCount               = 2; 
 
   DICOMCODESEQUENCEITEM ConceptNameCodeSequence = {0}; 
   ConceptNameCodeSequence.uStructSize                      = sizeof(DICOMCODESEQUENCEITEM); 
   ConceptNameCodeSequence.pszCodingSchemeDesignator        = L"LN"; 
   ConceptNameCodeSequence.pszCodeValue                     = L"12345"; 
   ConceptNameCodeSequence.pszCodeMeaning                   = L"Sample Code Meaning"; 
 
   L_UINT16 uRet = ds.SetEncapsulatedDocument(pElement, bChild, pszFileDocumentIn, &EncapsulatedDocument, &ConceptNameCodeSequence); 
   return uRet; 
} 

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