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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 17, 2010 4:13:18 PM(UTC)
yourfriend20030

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Ah yeah
I have found that class. But I don't know what does CalledAETitle and callingAETitle parameters mean . Can you give me a comparision of two pairs:
Pair1: calledAETitle and callingAETitle
Pair2: RemoteAETitle and LocalAETitle
and can you explains more clearly about two parameter.

Now I have situation like that
I have a Dicom printer and see its' AETitle on it such as "SonyAETitle".
I use DicomprintScu class in a small Application. So if I want to use Associate method in this class. what value I I have to declare for calledAETitle and callingAETitle
Because I don't know where i can find localAETitle

Thanks in advance and hope your help as soon as possible :)
 

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, August 18, 2010 2:17:29 AM(UTC)

Adnan Ismail  
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RemoteAETitle and LocalAETitle are not members of any LEADTOOLS DICOM Communication classes. Where exactly are you getting these two members?

About the calledAETitle and callingAETitle members, please refer to the help topic "DicomPrintScu.Associate method" in our .NET help file. You can find example and description for these two members.

http://www.leadtools.com/help/leadtools/v17/dh/di/Leadtools.Dicom~Leadtools.Dicom.DicomPrintScu~Associate%28String,Int32,String,Int32,String,String,DicomPrintScuPrintManagementClassFlags%29.html
 
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