This tutorial shows how to configure and run the LEADTOOLS DicomWeb WADO Service.
|Summary||This tutorial covers how to configure and run the LEADTOOLS DicomWeb WADO Service.|
|Completion Time||15 minutes|
|Platform||ASP.NET Web Application|
|IDE||Visual Studio 2022|
|Runtime Target||.NET 6 or higher|
|Runtime License||Download LEADTOOLS|
This application requires that the LEADTOOLS PACS Storage Server is configured and running. To configure the storage server, see the information in the below link before working on the Configure and Run the LEADTOOLS DicomWeb WADO Service - C# ASP.NET tutorial.
Add the file path to your LEADTOOLS LIC file as the value for
<add key="lt.License.FilePath" value="<FILE_PATH_TO_YOUR_LICENSE.LIC_FILE_HERE>"/>
Add the contents of your developer KEY file as the value for
<add key="lt.License.DeveloperKey" value="<YOUR_DEVELOPER_KEY_HERE>"/>
Set the value of
globalConfigPath to the location of your
GlobalPacs.config file which by default is located here:
Run Visual Studio as
Administrator and open the WADO Service project located here:
The default platform and run configuration is shown below.
Ensure that the target platform is set to x64 (not AnyCPU) and the run configuration is set to Local IIS.
To change the run configuration, click Project -> WadoService Properties -> Web Tab, then click the drop-down under Servers and set it to Local IIS.
Make sure to click Create Virtual Directory and save/rebuild the project before continuing.
The platform and run configuration should now appear as below.
Run the project by pressing F5, or by selecting Debug -> Start Debugging.
If the steps were followed correctly, the application runs and launches the WADO Service's status page.
This tutorial showed how to configure and run the LEADTOOLS DicomWeb WADO Service.