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Diecab1981

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Storage Images in database
Posted: May 29, 2012 4:39 PM
 
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Hi, i can retrieve images to a DCMRCV in port 104 in my local machine into a local folder using the toolkit 2.0.26 (dcmrcv DCMRCV@ip local machine:104 -dest /tmp dcmqr AE@ip server:104 -qStudyID=5989 -cmove DCMRCV) , but i canīt view the studies in "Folder" tab.

i download K-Pacs and i can see the studies in tmp folder.

why i cant see in dcm4chee-web "Folder" tab?

many thanks
arnold

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Re: Storage Images in database
Posted: May 31, 2012 11:43 AM   in response to: Diecab1981 in response to: Diecab1981
 
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you need to send the studies to dcm4chee on port 11112 so that they get into the system.
Diecab1981

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Re: Storage Images in database
Posted: May 31, 2012 4:48 PM   in response to: Diecab1981 in response to: Diecab1981
 
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Perfect, it works!! thanks a lot.

have another question.. i have now all the study, i need to in my webpage, find the studies from a patient id and then i want to put a link with the wado url so the user can see the image. so, how i can get the information i need (seriesUID, StudyUID and ObjectUID?

PD. sorry for my english
arnold

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Re: Storage Images in database
Posted: Jun 1, 2012 12:12 PM   in response to: Diecab1981 in response to: Diecab1981
 
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you would need to do a C-FIND to dcm4chee to get the required informations. You can have a look at the dcmqr tool from dcm4che2 toolkit for a sample how to implement c-find.
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