|UIDs::TSName||GetAbstractSyntaxUID () const|
|std::vector< Tag >||GetTagListByLevel (const EQueryLevel &inQueryLevel)|
|void||InitializeDataSet (const EQueryLevel &inQueryLevel)|
|bool||ValidateQuery (bool inStrict=true) const|
MoveStudyRootQuery contains: the class which will produce a dataset for C-MOVE with study root.
|UIDs::TSName gdcm::MoveStudyRootQuery::GetAbstractSyntaxUID||(||)|| const
|std::vector<Tag> gdcm::MoveStudyRootQuery::GetTagListByLevel||(||const EQueryLevel &||inQueryLevel||)||
this function will return all tags at a given query level, so that they maybe selected for searching. The boolean forFind is true if the query is a find query, or false for a move query.
|void gdcm::MoveStudyRootQuery::InitializeDataSet||(||const EQueryLevel &||inQueryLevel||)||
this function sets tag 8,52 to the appropriate value based on query level also fills in the right unique tags, as per the standard's requirements should allow for connection with dcmtk
|bool gdcm::MoveStudyRootQuery::ValidateQuery||(||bool|| inStrict =
have to be able to ensure that 0x8,0x52 is set (which will be true if InitializeDataSet is called...) that the level is appropriate (ie, not setting PATIENT for a study query that the tags in the query match the right level (either required, unique, optional) by default, this function checks to see if the query is for finding, which is more permissive than for moving. For moving, only the unique tags are allowed. 10 Jan 2011: adding in the 'strict' mode. according to the standard (at least, how I've read it), only tags for a particular level should be allowed in a particular query (ie, just series level tags in a series level query). However, it seems that dcm4chee doesn't share that interpretation. So, if 'inStrict' is false, then tags from the current level and all higher levels are now considered valid. So, if you're doing a non-strict series-level query, tags from the patient and study level can be passed along as well.