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 Post subject: DCMQRSCP and SQL
PostPosted: Wed, 2011-11-30, 04:20 
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This is a continuation from the post

http://forum.dcmtk.org/viewtopic.php?p=12728#12728

about DCMQRSCP and ON_THE_FLY_COMPRESSION.

A response by J. Riesmeier stated about integrating DCMQRSCP with SQL. However since that was not related with ON_THE_FLY_COMPRESSION, I believe that will be best done on a separate post.

I do wish to say that our organization has already implemented SQL integration into DCMQRSCP have been successfully using it since 2006.

Here are the details of the software setup.

* Customized version of DCMTK version 3.5.4, the latest at the time.
* PostgreSQL version 8.0.1, since upgraded to PostgreSQL 8.4.0
* libpqxx version 2.6.8, must be 2.6.8 since we had problems with later versions.
* CentOS 5.7 x86_64 Linux distribution

Using this setup here are the dicom repository details.

* ~17 million dicom files on three repositories, all indexed within PostgreSQL
* ~22TB of storage spread over 11 volumes, volumes are not continuous.

With a repository this size would have cost using commercial PACS solutions close to six figures in US dollars with four figures in yearly licensing not to mention vendor interoperability issues.

We would like to contribute our work to the DCMTK and make further progress in DCMTK as a viable alternative to expensive limited commercial PACs systems.[/url]


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PostPosted: Wed, 2011-11-30, 10:50 
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Thank you for your kind offer. Please send the source code with your modifications by email to dicom/at/offis/dot/de.
A patch (showing the differences based on DCMTK 3.5.4) would be the preferred way.


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