How to configure image capture mode

How to configure image capture mode

Image Capture allows the user to send secondary captures, with information such as annotations as seen in the image viewer, back to the PACS as part of the patient record. The image is always stored back to the same PACS it was retrieved from. A separate user configurable AET is available for the C-STORE-SCU. Your PACS may have to have this AET added for the storage to succeed. When there are multiple PACS behind a load balancer, each PACS must be configured to receive a secondary capture. The secondary capture will come from the user configurable AET and the IP Address of the ResolutionMD Server or the virtual IP address of the load balancer back end.

Details:

Configure Image Capture Mode

Image Capture mode can either be configured through the user interface or by manually editing files.

Configuring With the User Interface

  1. Log into the configurator.

  2. Select Settings ▸ Data Management.

  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page.

  4. Change the Image Capture AE Title.

  5. Click Update Image Capture Settings.

The setting will be written to the conf/clinicalapps/Config.xml file.

Manually Editing Server Files

Follow these steps to configure image capture mode:

  1. Log into the server using root/administrator credentials.

  2. Navigate to the conf/clinicalapps directory execute the command:

    1. On Windows browse to C:\CSI\ResMD\Server\conf\clinicalapps

    2. On Linux cd /opt/CSI/PureWeb/Server/conf/clinicalapps

  3. Edit the Config.xml file.

  4. Add the following entry inside the <Configuration> node:

    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <Configuration xmlns:typeless="http://calgaryscientific.com/typeless/2008">;
    ...
    <SourceAeTitle>AETitle_of_Storage_SCU</SourceAeTitle>1
    </Configuration>
    1 By default this line will not be there. Add the line and add the appropriate Storage SCU AE Title.
  5. Save the edited Config.xml file.

  6. Restart the pureweb service:

    1. On Windows: Use the Windows Services Panel and restart the PureWebLauncher service.

    2. On Linux: Issue the service pureweb restart command.

Disabling (or Enabling) Image Capture

Note It is possible that Image Capture is not available in your current release.

Different forms of Image Capture can be selectively enabled or disabled. On Windows, this is configured in C:\CSI\ResMD\Server\conf\clincialapps\imageviewerclient.xml.

On Linux, this is configured in /opt/CSI/PureWeb/Server/conf/clincialapps/imageviewerclient.xml.

The following is an example configuration (the default one) that has all types of captures enabled:

imageviewerclient.xml
<BatchCinePanel>
<ExportBtn>True</ExportBtn>
</BatchCinePanel>

<Menu2D>
<menuItem id="1">
<name>capture</name>
<value>true</value>
</menuItem>
<menuItem id="2">
<name>view mode</name>
<value>True</value>
</menuItem>
</Menu2D>

<Menu3D>
<menuItem id="1">
<name>capture sub-menus</name>
<value>True</value>
</menuItem>
</Menu3D>
<MenuMipMpr>
<menuItem id="1">
<name>capture</name>
<value>true</value>
</menuItem>

<menuItem id="3">
<name>Batch Cine</name>
<value>True</value>
</menuItem>
</MenuMipMpr>

An example of when all types of captures disabled:


imageviewerclient.xml
<BatchCinePanel>
<ExportBtn>False</ExportBtn>
</BatchCinePanel>

<Menu2D>
<menuItem id="1">
<name>capture sub-menus</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
<menuItem id="2">
<name>capture</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
</Menu2D>

<Menu3D>
<menuItem id="1">
<name>capture sub-menus</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
<menuItem id="2">
<name>Capture</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
<menuItem id="3">
<name>Batch Rotate</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
<menuItem id="4">
<name>separator</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
</Menu3D>

<MenuMipMpr>
<menuItem id="1">
<name>capture sub-menus</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
<menuItem id="2">
<name>capture</name>
<value>False</value>
</menuItem>
</MenuMipMpr