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Question by damini
Submitted on 2/18/2004
Related FAQ: Medical Image Format FAQ, Part 1/8
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Hello,
I am working in one Organization which is working on DICOM. I am making One module where i have to check the communication between SCU and SCP by C-ECHO command of DIMSE Protocol.
I have got somewhat success but Somewhere i have made a silly mistake so i am not getting the successful result.

My ASSOCIATION-RQ and ASSOCIATION-AC PDU is working Properly but the C-ECHO-RQ and C-ECHO-RSP command is not working properly i am not knowing why? I want to ask that it is always remain constant for any kind of the machine.M I Right? Please any body guide me How can i make successful system for Checking C-ECHO command.My e-mail id is DamRai@yahoo.com





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