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by dave
Thu, 2006-01-05, 15:27
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Using dcmodify.exe and "automatic data correction"
Replies: 6
Views: 6121

We are using and can build DCMTK 3.5.3. dcmodify.exe in this version does not have many of the command line flags as indicated in the current docs at <<http://support.dcmtk.org/docs/dcmodify.html>>, which I assume is about version 3.5.4. Does the old version of dcmodify.exe also support automatic re...
by dave
Wed, 2006-01-04, 17:21
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Using dcmodify.exe and "automatic data correction"
Replies: 6
Views: 6121

Hi Michael,

Yes, I was just referring to item length and group length values. So you've answered my question. Sorry for not being more specific initially.

Thanks for responding so quickly.

David
by dave
Wed, 2006-01-04, 16:45
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Using dcmodify.exe and "automatic data correction"
Replies: 6
Views: 6121

Using dcmodify.exe and "automatic data correction"

We need to change certain tag values in treatment plan files. If a tag is in a deeply nested sequence, for example, and its length is changed, will the "automatic data correction" feature adjust other tag values associated with the sequence length, if necessary?

David
by dave
Thu, 2005-12-01, 15:34
Forum: DCMTK - Installation
Topic: Loading Patient File and Outputting Patient Name
Replies: 5
Views: 6179

Yes. I have the same errors. :( The project directory looks like this: top level folder -> dicomExtract folder sub-folder -> config sub-folder -> dcmdata sub-folder -> ofstd sub-folder -> libpng-1.2.5 sub-folder -> libxml2-2.5.7 sub-folder -> tiff-3.6.1 sub-folder -> zlib-1.2.1 all autocreated proje...
by dave
Wed, 2005-11-30, 18:53
Forum: DCMTK - Installation
Topic: Loading Patient File and Outputting Patient Name
Replies: 5
Views: 6179

Thanks for replying, Thomas. I've set up my include and lib directories just as I had for compiling DCMTK, which I can do successfully, so I'm thinking that some other issues are causing the linker errors and library warning. At the risk of sounding stupid, do I need to have a makefile for this smal...
by dave
Mon, 2005-11-21, 17:10
Forum: DCMTK - Installation
Topic: Loading Patient File and Outputting Patient Name
Replies: 5
Views: 6179

Loading Patient File and Outputting Patient Name

This question is related to "Extracting Tag Data using Borland C++ Builder" on the general list, which I posted last week. We thought we would try to compile first using MSVC++6.0, and then try porting to C++ Builder. I have created a project, dicomExtract, with a dependency upon dcmdata, which I ha...
by dave
Mon, 2005-11-21, 15:18
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Extracting Tag Data using Borland C++ Builder
Replies: 11
Views: 9252

Thanks, Andreas. It looks interesting. I'll spend some time with the example today and post back.

David
by dave
Fri, 2005-11-18, 16:36
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Extracting Tag Data using Borland C++ Builder
Replies: 11
Views: 9252

Roy, In another thread on the installation list, you wrote > you are compiling and linking with the VCL which is another > environment altogether. > another approach to take would be to compile your GUI application > independently of the dcmtk, compile the (command line) dcmtk tools, > then launch t...
by dave
Mon, 2005-11-14, 21:03
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Extracting Tag Data using Borland C++ Builder
Replies: 11
Views: 9252

Re: Extracting Tag Data using Borland C++ Builder

We are writing a program (using Borland C++ Builder 6) to calculate Dose per Monitor Unit in proton therapy treatment, and we need to extract programmatically about 30 non-image related tag values from a treatment plan file. How reasonable is it to "port" the necessary code from DCMTK to C++Builder...
by dave
Mon, 2005-11-14, 20:46
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Extracting Tag Data using Borland C++ Builder
Replies: 11
Views: 9252

Extracting Tag Data using Borland C++ Builder

We are writing a program (using Borland C++ Builder 6) to calculate Dose per Monitor Unit in proton therapy treatment, and we need to extract programmatically about 30 non-image related tag values from a treatment plan file. How reasonable is it to "port" the necessary code from DCMTK to C++Builder?...
by dave
Fri, 2005-11-11, 22:05
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Private Tag File in dcmdata/libsrc == DCMDICTPATH variable?
Replies: 1
Views: 2044

Private Tag File in dcmdata/libsrc == DCMDICTPATH variable?

I have created a private tag dictionary related to proton therapy treatment and have the environment variable DCMDICTPATH pointing to it. However, now I see that the toolkit contains its own private tag file "private.dic" in dcmdata/libsrc. Am I correct in assuming that, since DCMDICTPATH is not poi...
by dave
Wed, 2005-09-28, 17:14
Forum: DCMTK - Installation
Topic: Compiling dcm2xml as a Single Project on W2K with MC++6
Replies: 8
Views: 8075

Thanks for all the suggestions, Thomas. I'm not sure exactly what I've done to get this error, but dcm2xml.cxx has certainly been inserted into the project. I think that I will start again from the beginning, making use of your input. I'll post back when I get a chance to work on this again. Thanks ...
by dave
Tue, 2005-09-27, 14:11
Forum: DCMTK - Installation
Topic: Compiling dcm2xml as a Single Project on W2K with MC++6
Replies: 8
Views: 8075

Yes, I know what a main routine is. But I have not written one. I've assumed, perhaps incorrectly, that all code necesary to compile and link dcm2xml.exe as a separate project is already in the DCMTK. Is this not the case?
by dave
Mon, 2005-09-26, 20:26
Forum: DCMTK - Installation
Topic: Compiling dcm2xml as a Single Project on W2K with MC++6
Replies: 8
Views: 8075

almost there... Damn Hurricane Rita! dependencies dcmdata and ofstd compile and link ok. --------------------Configuration: Dicom2XML - Win32 Release-------------------- Linking... Start Pass1 LINK : warning LNK4001: no object files specified; libraries used Searching Libraries Searching C:\Program ...
by dave
Tue, 2005-09-20, 16:22
Forum: DCMTK - General
Topic: Output Format of dcmdump.exe
Replies: 4
Views: 4551

Thanks, Jorg, that's very helpful. :)

dave