This tutorial shows how to run the LEADTOOLS Medical Web Viewer External Controller Demo.
|Summary||This tutorial covers how to run the C# WinForms Medical Web Viewer External Controller.|
|Completion Time||15 minutes|
|Platform||C# Windows WinForms Application|
|IDE||Visual Studio 2017, 2019|
|Development License||Download LEADTOOLS|
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Before any functionality from the SDK can be leveraged, a valid runtime license will have to be set.
For instructions on how to obtain a runtime license refer to Obtaining a License.
The LEADTOOLS Medical Web Viewer is required to be set up before using the External Controller, refer to Install and Configure the LEADTOOLS Medical Web Service.
Navigate to the example source code for the project:
Open the project using administer rights, as this will be needed to run the application. To run the demo, click Start or press F5.
Running the project will create the main form. A
Login Dialog will appear with several configuration options, such as the use of ASP or WCF services, use of https, Medical Web Viewer browser type, and the option to input custom Service and Medical Viewer URIs.
If you input a custom URI that the demo cannot ping, you will see the below error appear.
Logger at the bottom of the window will return messages based on activity, including error messages.
Once you log in successfully, the
Medical Web Viewer will launch in another browser window. All requests for images will appear here, as well as the option to upload files to the database.
View Instances Tab holds the controls for viewing patient information and where the images will be returned to the
Medical Web Viewer.
Update Patient Tab holds the controls for changing patient information or deleting a patient entry.
Add Patient Tab holds the controls for adding patients. The demo has some prefilled sample patients for you to add.
Update User Tab holds the controls for updating users such as changing permissions and deleting accounts.
Add User Tab holds the controls for adding new users.
This tutorial showed how to run and use the WinForms C# Implementation of the External Controller Demo.