I have some questions regarding maximizing the optimal use of PACS Server
- DICOM Echo : Returns ECHO Success or failure to calling AET
- DICOM FIND : Query result are returned or not
- DICOM Get & DICOM MOVE : Data is sent to AET or not
- DICOM STORE: Allowed to store data in PACS Server or not
- TimeOut for AET : Set for calling AET.
- Calling AET Comparison: compares AET (Application Entity Titles) in a case-insensitive way
- The maximum number of results for a single C-FIND request at the Patient, Study, or Series level
- The maximum number of results for a single C-FIND request at the Instance level.
- Maximum number of query/retrieve DICOM requests that are maintained by pacs. The least recently used requests get deleted as new requests are issued.
- When handling a C-FIND SCP request, enable or disable case-sensitive match for Patient Name, Patient ID, Study Descripton value representation
- How PACS server reacts when it receives a DICOM instance whose SOPInstanceUID is already stored.Currently it overwrite it. Need some flag ; If set to "true", the new instance replaces the old one. If set to "false", the new instance is discarded and the old one is kept.
- Option to log or store Query requests from workstations and also log retrieve results against the query. if data is retrieved then store the amount of data (in MBs or GBs) that is moved from PACS Server to the workstation and total time is taken.
- Option to compute and save the MD5 of the DICOM files stored in the PACS database. This information can be used to detect disk corruption,
- Database field that indicates the current status of the study. Like its RECEIVING, COMPRESSION IN PROGRESS (if some export or import convertor is applied) or COMPLETED, or FORWARDING in progress.
If possible instead of using lua can these tasks handled in dicom.ini