Retrieving dicom pictures with weasis via cli

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Jörg Meiforth

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May 9, 2024, 9:52:56 AMMay 9
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Hello,
this is my first post here, so first of all greetings and thanks to all, who help and discuss here.

I am running a older PACS-server which understands C-MOVE. I installed weasis and configured the dicom nodes. I am able to use the GUI to search the pacs-server, retrieve the files and display them.

My question is: After searching the server, I get a result list, where I check the studies I need and push the button "import and close". Then I think weasis internally does something like "get the dicom files with study-id 342 from server xy and show them". 

Is it possible to achive this with a command line argument (without the pacs-web-connector)? Like "weasis --AEServer ARCHIV --StudyID 342 --show --..." (surely it will be more complex, but that would be no problem).

I have all the needed data ready (AE-Titels, Ports, StudyID, Date, ...), so I don't need the search function of weasis (in most cases), only the retrieve and show part.

If someone could hint me, if this is possible and where I have to look for or how to construct the cli-argument I would be thankful (I searched the weasis documentation - but I didn't find something, where to start and if it is possible - or I didn't understand it.).

Thanks in advance

Jörg

Nicolas Roduit

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May 13, 2024, 4:56:11 PMMay 13
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No, command protocols are web protocols only (url, wado or dicomweb).

C-MOVE isn't really suitable for this, as many implementations require the viewer's AETitle to be known, and the server can also limit the caller's lP. 

Jörg Meiforth

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May 23, 2024, 3:22:59 PMMay 23
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Sorry for my late reply, have a lot of work to do.

Do I understand your answer correctly, that Weasis retrieves the images internally with C-MOVE but the cli arguments are only for the web protocols (that my server does not understand). 

So I could/should/would need to create a local SCU, retrieve the images with a script (i.e. from the pydicom-Package) and then open the files with a Weasis cli command locally.

Greetings

Jörg

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