The two major feature added in this release is the ability of DCXACC Class that implements the Storage SCP to receive DICOM Objects in memory and the Image property get in DCXOBJ . We've added the in memory accepter feature following a request from one of our customers that wanted to encrypt all Patient Healthcare Information (PHI) on the hard drive. By providing the stored object in memory, the object can be encrypted in memory and then stored encrypted to disk. An example of in memory storage is presented at the end of this post.
In release 126.96.36.199 intermediate release you could only access the last stored object from within OnStoreDone event. In release 188.8.131.52 the object stays in memory until the next request is handled or until the DCXACC object is disposed. Note therefore that if you use this feature and don't take the object you risk it staying in memory for a while.
A quick note: if you're not sure what version are you using, right click the ell and look at the details tab of the file propertoes. The release version is also set in the DICOM File Meta Header tag (0002,0013) - Implementation Version Name (RZDCX_2_0_4_0) and sent in the association request/response in the same tag - Implementation Version Name.
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