About viewing images on the web

  • Dear Marcel,

    As you told me, in the "known dicom providers" tab,

    Similarly to the port number "4810" set in Conquest

    "CONQUESTSRV1 4810 un"

    I added.

    However, the same error was displayed.

    In addition to displaying an error in the browser, it also appeared to be displayed in Conqust's "Server Status" tab.

    The contents are as stated below.

    <<[CONQUESTSRV1] *** lua run error [string " local ae='PacsPlus';..."]:5: attempt to index a nil value in ' local ae='PacsPlus'; local level='STUDY' ; local q={StudyDate="",QueryRetrieveLevel="STUDY",ModalitiesInStudy="",StudyDescription="",PatientName="",PatientID="*0000420137*",StudyInstanceUID=""}; local q2=DicomObject: new(); for k,v in pairs(q) do q2[k]=v end; local r = dicomquery(ae, level, q2):Serialize(); local s=tempfile('txt') local f= io.open(s, "wb") f:write(r) returnfile=s f:close(); '>>>

    I've been researching this error all day today, but I haven't been able to resolve it myself.

    Could you please give me some advice on how to solve this?


  • Dear Marcel,

    Thank you very much for your kindness.

    By debug log, do you mean php log?

    Configure settings to output Xampp php log, and perform operations until an error is displayed from the browser.

    I executed this, but nothing was output to the [logs] folder.

    By the way, the firewall is currently completely disabled.

    I am sorry.

    Could you please tell me how to output the debug log and where to save it?


  • Dear Marcel,

    Thank you very much for letting me know how to output a bug report.

    I tried outputting it immediately.

    The Conquest server application is started and Apache is also started.

    After that, open the browser and perform the operation that causes the error, then

    I clicked the {Create bug report} button.

    I have uploaded the zip file that was output here.

    I also tried checking some files in the zip file, but I did not check the contents that caused the problem.

    I couldn't.

    We apologize for the inconvenience, but could you please check the content and let us know the problem?

    I hope it's a configuration mistake on my part.


  • Dear Marcel,

    Succeeded! !

    As you advised, by entering the content you instructed in the first line of "ACRNEMA.MAP"

    Now displayed on the web.

    OHIF's viewer display is wonderful.

    This system has sufficient functionality for interpretation in hospitals.

    Thanks to Marcel's great help, we will be able to achieve our goal.

    I asked many questions over and over again, and received advice even on basic matters.

    I am truly grateful.

    I plan to continue to make effective use of the Conquest DICOM server and use it forever.

    I'm really thankful to you! ! !


  • Dear Marcel,

    I'm really happy with this success.

    I would like to express my gratitude in a different way.

    Assuming that you are using XAMPP, create the steps for creating a web system as a PDF document.

    Please post it in this thread or somewhere else for Conquest DICOM Server users.

    I thought I would like you to share it, what do you think?

    I'm Japanese, but I'd like to somehow create it in English.

    If it is unnecessary, I will refrain from doing so.


  • Dear Marcel,

    It may be difficult to fit it into one page, but I'll try to make it somehow.

    I am using the XAMPP that you taught me, but it requires an environment to install Apache and PHP.

    I will create the procedure assuming XAMPP.

    We will be doing final maintenance on the Conquest server, so it will take a few days to update.


  • Dear Marcel,

    I'm sorry it took so many days.

    I have uploaded a one-page guide to setting up a web server.

    My English may be bad, but for those of you who love Conquest DICOM servers:

    I would be happy if I could help you.

    I hope this will be a way of thanking Marcel for his support so far.


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