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#1 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 10:28:30 AM(UTC)


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This demo is built with the v17.5 .NET 4.0 32-bit binaries. It is written in C# with a Visual Studio 2010 project.

It illustrates how with the QueryRetreiveScu you can request a dataset to be moved from a remote PACS Server to another Remote PACS server. I have specifically written it to move one of our sample 3D studies from the Workstation Server (32-bit) to the Storage Server (32-bit). The calling AE Title is the 32-bit client. Specifically, it is written to move the study for "John Wagner" which is available from our FTP here:
Chest CT-Compressed-full stack.zip

All of these AE Titles are set up with the PACS Configuration utility, so no special setup of the services should be required to run this demo above that. You will need to add the noted files to the Workstation database via either the High-Level Server Manager or Workstation Viewer demos to run the demo as-is.

The input values are all provided through the GUI, so it would be easy to change without recompiling the project again.

The demo also illustrates the different information you can get between the AfterCMove event, Moved event, and OnReceiveCMoveResponse method.
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Walter Bates
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