C-Move and C-Store
How to know which C-Move request generated a C-Store coming from the data
I seen in the specification that there are the fields:
(0000,1030) Move OriginatorApplication Entity Title AE 1
(0000,1031) Move Originator US Message ID 1
Is the this only means of knowing.
Thank you very much for your answers :)
Yes, this is the only way to know. However, it does not guarantee a unique
C-MOVE request identifier, since the Message ID is only required to be
unique within the scope of simultaneous (asynchronous) C-MOVE requests on
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All the things that i understand from C-Move service class
Client wants to get a file from server. It issues C-Move service to
Server. This C-Move service holds informatioon . In its command set,
Move Destination field will be AE of the server. Because server will
start to perform C-Store Service. Server prepares a C-Move Rsp to
Client and start a new association to client. Client become a SCP. To
do that, client accept requests from its port 104..
Server start to send store-rq packets using this channe..."Permission Denied" Status Codes for C-STORE, C-GET and C-MOVE?
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