Notifies a connection that an Abort message was received. This function is available in the PACS Imaging.
A DICOM Network handle.
The source of the abort. Possible values are:
|PDU_ABORT_SOURCE_USER|| Service user. (client)|
|PDU_ABORT_SOURCE_PROVIDER|| Service provider. (server)|
The reason for the abort. If the source of the abort is PDU_ABORT_SOURCE_USER, the reasons for the abort are not significant. If the source of the abort is PDU_ABORT_SOURCE_PROVIDER, the possible values are:
|PDU_ABORT_REASON_UNRECOGNIZED|| Unrecognized PDU|
|PDU_ABORT_REASON_UNEXPECTED|| Unexpected PDU|
|PDU_ABORT_REASON_UNRECOGNIZED_PARAM|| Unrecognized PDU parameter|
|PDU_ABORT_REASON_UNEXPECTED_PARAM|| Unexpected PDU parameter|
|PDU_ABORT_REASON_INVALID_PARAM|| Invalid PDU parameter value|
Void pointer that you can use to access a variable or structure containing data that your callback function needs. This gives you a way to receive data indirectly from the function that uses this callback function.
Keep in mind that this is a void pointer, which must be cast to the appropriate data type within your callback function.
A call to this function is generated on a connection when the peer member of the connection calls L_DicomSendAbort.
To use this callback function, RECEIVEABORTCALLBACK must be set using L_DicomSetCallback.
Please note that it is preferable to close a DICOM Association using the L_DicomSendReleaseRequest and L_DicomSendReleaseResponse. For more information on closing a DICOM Association, refer to Closing a DICOM Associate Connection.
Required DLLs and Libraries
For an example, refer to L_DicomListen.
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