- The SCU prepares an “Association Request” to define the SOP Class(es) to be transferred in the Association
- For each SOP Class, the SCU defines possible TransferSyntaxes for each Object to be transferred
- The SCU bundles multiple of these “PS” (SOP, TSs) entries into a single network transfer “request” and sends the request to the SCP
- The SCP analyzes each PS and in its “Response”, the PS is accepted with a single TransferSyntax to be used by the SCU during data transfer or the PS is rejected
- The SCU accepts this SCP contract and performs the Service of sending each Object to the SCP using an accepted PSID for that SOP and TransferSyntax
- The SCP performs the Service with the Object
More information about this topic can be found at VNAit.org where the Introduction to DICOM II course featuring DICOM Engineer Bill Edens is now available. You may access it on-demand at www.vnait.org. Choose ‘Introduction to DICOM II’ from the drop-down menu under courses. The Powerpoint slides for this session are also available on the course homepage.
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