Hi David, unfortunately I m not allowed to send you a copy of the CD. Sorry for that. I asked my boss and he said that it is not possible due to private dataMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 23, 2010View SourceHi David,
unfortunately I'm not allowed to send you a copy of the CD. Sorry for that. I asked my boss and he said that it is not possible due to private data on the disk. So I will need to find a work around.
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2010/9/14 dclunie99 <dclunie@...>
I would probably need a copy of the CD to debug this.
I presume that you have tried using one of the main methods of the existing classes rather than your own code and had the same (undesirable) result?
Note that these methods are sensitive to the path ... you might want to try getCanonicalPath().
Presumably the files are not compressed, and if they are, the compression transfer syntaxes are supported on your platform by JIIO codecs (i.e., not JPEG lossless on Mac).
--- In email@example.com, "clifficious" <pereira.cliff@...> wrote:
> Hi again,
> I'm trying to open a DICOMDIR file by using following code
> DicomDirectory dicomDirectory = new DicomDirectory(list);
> HashMap allDicomFiles =
> where list is the AttributeList created from the DICOMDIR file.
> The strange thing is, that with certain CDs I get only 3 images
> displayed. But when I try to import them via the MediaImporter it says
> "no compatible Dicoms found". Actually there are more than 600 images on
> the CD. When I try to open the DICOMDIR with MEDISP Dicom Viewer for
> example it works well.
> Any hints? Thanks in advance!