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DocScan Update!

posted Mar 23, 2015, 1:02 PM by Matt Granger
My sincere apologies to everyone who may have been trying DocScan lately.  Looks like the latest .32 version I had was missing some files in the Resources folder.   You can either download just the missing files here and add them to your Resources folder, or just download the all new .32b version which has the missing files into.

Here's some info I provided to the kind people who helped me realize I was missing those critical files, so I thought I'd share it with you.  Below are some command line arguments you can run in order to manually perform a query of your DICOM archive or Worklist using the dcm4che tools "dcmqr" or "dcmmwl". It's a nice way to mess around with manual queries if you're in to that kind of thing.  Just go to a command prompt, navigate to the C:\PACSMATT\DocScan\Resources\dcm4che-2.0.12\bin folder and then type one of the commands below:

Worklist Query
dcmmwl.bat -L CallingAeTitle CalledAeTitle@WorklistIP:WLport -q00100020=PatientIdToQuery

Archive Query
dcmqr.bat -L CallingAeTitle -noextneg CalledAeTitle@ArchiveIP:ArchivePort -q00100020=PatientIdToQuery –rStudyDescription

CallingAeTitle - Your workstation's AE title (be sure your WL or archive is setup to accept queries from this AE!)
CalledAeTitle - Your WL or Archive's AE title
WorklistIP - The IP address of your worklist server
WLport - The port of your worklist server
ArchiveIP - The IP address of your Archive server
ArchivePort - The port of your Archive server
PatientIdToQuery - The patient ID you want to query

You can query using all sorts of other info, search out the help docs on dcm4che's site and you can see the other instances in which it can be used.  Have fun!