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#1 Posted : Friday, March 14, 2008 4:58:34 AM(UTC)


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Dear  Support,

I am using LeadTool  v14.5  vc++ and question regarding DICOM storage commit.

When NetReceiveNReportRequest event is generated in response to SendNReportRequest then how to identify that storage commit succeed or failed.

OnNetReceiveNReportRequest (long hNet, short nPresentationID, short nMessageID, LPCTSTR pszClass, LPCTSTR pszInstance, short nEvent, long hDS) 
Means it depends on nEvent values or either different value and how to process this event.

Please explain how to identify this. If possible please provide code snippets.

Waiting for early response.

Thanks and Regards



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#2 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 2:28:32 PM(UTC)


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The implementation of Storage Commit is server specific.

Basically, the SCU will send a storage commit request with an N-ACTION (I don't think N-REPORT should be used for storage commit).
Then the SCU must listen for the SCP to connect back and say that the storage commit was completed. The SCU shouldn't have to ask the server at a later time if the SCP completed the storage commit, the SCP should communicate back with the SCU to let it know that the storage commit was

This means the SCU and SCP both act as servers and clients.

Edited by user Thursday, October 27, 2016 3:31:42 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Amin Dodin

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LEAD Technologies, Inc.
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