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9.3.3.2 C-GET-RSP

The C-GET-RSP Message contains fields as defined in Table 9.3-7 and in Annex C. Each field shall conform to DICOM encoding and Value Representation as defined in PS3.5. Fields are required as specified in the C-GET service definition unless otherwise noted in Table 9.3-7. Fields not specified in the C-GET service definition but present in Table 9.3-7 are required by the DIMSE-C protocol.

Table 9.3-7. C-GET-RSP Message Fields

Message Field

Tag

VR

VM

Description of Field

Command Group Length

(0000,0000)

UL

1

The even number of bytes from the end of the value field to the beginning of the next group.

Affected SOP Class UID

(0000,0002)

UI

1

SOP Class UID associated with the operation.

Command Field

(0000,0100)

US

1

This field distinguishes the DIMSE-C operation conveyed by this Message. The value of this field shall be set to 8010H for the C-GET-RSP Message.

Message ID Being Responded To

(0000,0120)

US

1

Shall be set to the value of the Message ID (0000,0110) field used in associated C-GET-RQ Message.

Command Data Set Type

(0000,0800)

US

1

This field indicates if a Data Set is present in the Message. This field shall be set to the value of 0101H (Null) if no Data Set is present; any other value indicates a Data Set is included in the Message.

Status

(0000,0900)

US

1

The value of this field depends upon the status type. Annex C defines the encoding of the status types defined in the service definition.

Number of Remaining Sub-operations

(0000,1020)

US

1

The number of remaining C-STORE sub-operations to be invoked for this C-GET operation.

Number of Completed Sub-operations

(0000,1021)

US

1

The number of C-STORE sub-operations invoked by this C-GET operation that have completed successfully.

Number of Failed Sub-operations

(0000,1022)

US

1

The number of C-STORE sub-operations invoked by this C-GET operation that have failed.

Number of Warning Sub-operations

(0000,1023)

US

1

The number of C-STORE sub-operations invoked by this C-GET operation that generated warning responses.

Identifier

(no tag)

-

-

A Data Set that encodes the Identifier that was matched. See Section 9.1.3.1.5.


Note

The list of Attributes allowed and the rules that define the usage of the Identifier are specified in PS3.4.

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