Findscu not working in debian Etch

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Findscu not working in debian Etch

#1 Post by ksitu » Thu, 2007-07-19, 00:58

The dcmtk I am now using in debian Etch is version "dcmtk: findscu v3.5.4 2005-12-20", which I am problem with findscu.

I got this error message: "error: bad key format or dictionary name not found in dictionary: 0010,0020=004099999"

The command line I used is this:
findscu -S -k 0010,0020=004099999 -aet TESTAET -aec MYMSTERAEC 192.168.100.2 5000 ./CFindQuery.dcm

and I also tried this:
findscu -P -k PatientID=004099999 -aet TESTAET -aec MYMSTERAEC 192.168.100.2 5000 ./CFindQuery.dcm

would also give the same error.

Any help is much appreciated. Thanks

-Ken

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#2 Post by Michael Onken » Thu, 2007-07-19, 08:41

Hi,

this is an alltime favourite bug in 3.5.4. Please refer to FAQ #43, which also contains a link to a fixed version.

Regards,
Michael

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#3 Post by Jörg Riesmeier » Thu, 2007-07-19, 09:40

There's also a Debian bug report.

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#4 Post by jsalk » Tue, 2007-07-24, 07:18

I have already uploaded a fixed Debian package version to
ftp-master.

http://packages.qa.debian.org/d/dcmtk/n ... 3204Z.html

However, on s390 the package fails to build from source with an
internal compiler error while it builds successfully on a number
of other architectures:

http://buildd.debian.org/pkg.cgi?pkg=dcmtk

The full build log for s390 can be found at:

http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?pkg= ... 1185227212

This is most probably a bug in the toolchain on s390 which needs
to be resolved before the updated package can enter testing.


Best regards - Juergen

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