dicom >> can we connect multiple instances of DCMTK Dicom server

by sirisha » Wed, 12 Jul 2006 20:07:39 GMT


I am asked to develop a dicom store using DCMTK SDK.

I have a query on DCMTK. i.e.,

can we connect multiple instances of Dicom servers developed using

it would be helpful for me if anyone could clarify my doubt?


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