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#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 14, 2006 7:25:22 PM(UTC)

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    When i looked through your example 'Cldclt32', I find out you built not only CNetClient Class but also CNetServer Class.Cldclt32 is the client of Dicom connection,isn't it ?You can implement c-store service as scu role by using CNetClient Class.So what the CNetServer used to do???

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#2 Posted : Thursday, March 16, 2006 7:07:25 AM(UTC)


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Although I am not fully aware of the internal logic of the demo, I can
tell you that this arrangment is specific to this application, and you
do not necessarily have to follow it unless you want your application
to act both as an SCP and an SCU.  Based on the architecture of
our toolkit, the SCU needs to have only one instance of LDicomeNet, and the SCP is required to one for each client connected to it.

For more information, please refer to the following topics in the DICOM ClassLib help file:
1) Working with DICOM Network Connections
2) Creating an SCU
3) Creating an SCP

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