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  • marcelvanherk

    Replied to the thread weasis multi-patient.
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    File weasis_starter.lua contains a block of code that come straight out of the weasis sample. If you can find documentation and a sample how to make weasis multi-session you should be able to paste it there. I have not looked at weasis in years.

    Marcel
  • marcelvanherk

    Replied to the thread StudyInsta's conflict.
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    Hi,

    you can add a rejectedImageConverter0 line to dicom.ini. Fix it somehow and issue a retry. There is a similar post a few weeks ago

    Marcel
  • ghassenbenmechichi

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    exactly i search for the query in weasis startup code but i found nothing
  • ghassenbenmechichi

    Reacted with Like to marcelvanherk’s post in the thread weasis multi-patient.
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    I do not know, you will have to look at the weasis startup code.

    Marcel
  • ClinisysPACS

    Posted the thread StudyInsta's conflict.
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    Hi,
    Sometimes the doctor does an exam without worklist, which causes an archiving problem and below the server status:
    ***Inconsistent PatientBir in DICOMStudies: PatientID = 'IU19007910' StudyInsta = '305.1038', Old='19740101', New='19620514'
  • marcelvanherk

    Replied to the thread weasis multi-patient.
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    I do not know, you will have to look at the weasis startup code.

    Marcel
  • ghassenbenmechichi

    Posted the thread weasis multi-patient.
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    Hi user

    how to configure weasis multi session
  • MikeBailey

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    ill give it a try thanks Marcel
  • marcelvanherk

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    Yes,

    Having joint indices:


    study: patientID studyinstanceuid
    series: studyinstanceuid seriesinstanceuid
    image: seriesinstanceuid sopinstanceuid

    Is a good idea

    Marcel
  • IASN

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    Thanks for that information. Appreciate your help

    With regard to additional indices, is this something that we should have?
  • marcelvanherk

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    Ok, in old SQL servers (without additional indices which are needed) 6M images took about 3GB of storage, so 7M may be close to the limit of SQL express.

    Marcel
  • IASN

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    SQL 2019

    Doing the following Query shows me 7204636
    (Code, 2 lines)

  • marcelvanherk

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    Hm, not really; you could do a global image query but that may run out of memory. Of course the SQL console should tell you. What server are you using now?
  • IASN

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    Thanks Marcel

    Is there an easy way to determine the current image count?
  • marcelvanherk

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    I think the express version may be fine, but is has a size limit. This would probably be hit at around 10M images. For that size SQLite is still fine.

    Marcel
  • IASN

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    Hi Marcel, What is the best way to see that? Is that information visible within the CQ server application?
  • marcelvanherk

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    That is trickier but possible if you now the UID(s) of the image/series/study yoy want to modify, dgate --modifier: is the command but quotes make it a bit complicated

    Much easier is through the GUI.
  • marcelvanherk

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    How many images do you want to store?

    Marcel
  • IASN

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    Hi

    Would you mind advising which Microsoft SQL versions are supported / recommended

    Is MS SQL Express 2019 suitable (given its memory / storage limitations) ? or is a licensed version of Standard edition required?

    Thank you.
  • alexgav

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    I tried these parameters, everything seems to work.
    Data.PatientName="xxxx" - FULL name
    Data.PatientBirthDate="19000101" - Date of birth
    Data.AccessionNumber="PL208020" - Access Number
    Data.StudyDate="20000602" - date of study
    Data.PatientSex="M " -…