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#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 7, 2017 4:31:25 PM(UTC)
j_wang00

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The test code was copied from the sample program, SendCStoreRequestSample (vb.net), and got an exception in the call:
myClient.SendCStoreRequest(pid, 2, storageClass, storageInstance, DicomCommandPriorityType.Medium, "NONE", 1, ds)

It's been checked that the pid, storageClass, storageInstance are valid, and the ds filled in the DicomTags. How to find out which parameters are incorrect?

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#2 Posted : Thursday, March 9, 2017 12:53:57 PM(UTC)

Walter  
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Hello,

There isn't really enough information here for me to draw any conclusions. I understand you basically checked all of the parameters to verify none of them were null, but the problem seems to be the data you are passing isn't valid in the context in which this method is operating.

Here are a few questions I have to try and better understand your environment here:

  • What server are you testing against? Is it the LEADTOOLS low-level DICOM server, or a third party server?
  • For the file you are trying to send, is the LEADTOOLS Store demo able to send it to the server? This is just a sanity check to verify the issue is specifically with your code.
  • What is the SOP Class UID of our source file? The transfer syntax?
  • With the source file in mind. do you see the issue with one of the LEADTOOLS sample DICOM files? If yes, which one?
  • What were the accepted abstract syntaxes sent back from the server?


With this information, I hope to better understand exactly what's going on here to help you further.
Walter Bates
Senior Support Engineer
LEAD Technologies, Inc.
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