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#1 Posted : Thursday, September 30, 2010 6:33:51 AM(UTC)


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I'm working on a project that encodes multiframe DICOM images. Currently it works great for Jpeg2000 lossless compression. However when I change the compression type to JpegLossless it throws a "Error Writing to a File" exception. Is there something that I'm missing that needs to be set with this compression type?



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#2 Posted : Thursday, September 30, 2010 6:12:07 PM(UTC)


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Hello RN,

I believe we discussed this issue in online live chat today, and we deciphered that the problem was a missing dll that the tools were not finding in your application Bin directory. The best place to see what each dll is for is by taking a look at the help file topic "Files to be Included With Your Application". If after looking at this you are still having difficulty determining what exactly the dlls are necessary for using the file format, another option would be to use Process Explorer when the application has access to all of the LEADTOOLS dlls from the application Bin directory to narrow down which dlls are needed to insert the image into the dataset. From here, it would be a process of trial and error to see if some additional dlls that are getting loaded may not be necessary.

Other possible causes for this error could be that the transfer syntax of the existing dataset does not support the new compression attempting to be used with the inserted image.
Walter Bates
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LEAD Technologies, Inc.
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