RadiAnt DICOM Viewer - Discussion Forum
launch Radiant via url

Dear all,

Is there any one success to launch radiant via url method ?
(radiant://?n=paet&v=DCM4CHEE&n=pstv&v=00100020&v=%221700101297%22)
I have try with my server DCM4CHEE, commandline is ok, but url display nothing.

Thank you


Dec 19, 2017 06:27 AM
by Michael Tran
Can you open RadiAnt just by navigating to radiant:// URL in the browser?


Dec 19, 2017 05:23 PM
by RadiAnt
Hi Radiant,
I try open radiant by open " radiant:// " but it cannot.
Do i need additional setup somewhere in OS environment / browser ?
Thank you


Dec 20, 2017 01:34 AM
by Michael Tran
You have to install RadiAnt (4.2.1) as an administrator and then after navigating to "radiant://" URL you have to confirm that this kind of URLs be handled by RadiAnt application.


Dec 20, 2017 06:14 PM
by RadiAnt
Thank you

I have installed RadiAnt (4.2.1) as an administrator and then after navigating to "radiant://" URL and find out that only IE 11 browser can open RadiAnt application, other like chrome, EDGE... cannot.

My PC running window 10 fall creator update.

So, it should be launch radiant by IE ?

Regards


Dec 21, 2017 03:04 AM
by Michael Tran
In our testing environment all browsers can launch radiant:// URLs. There may be some restrictions in your system.


Dec 22, 2017 05:53 PM
by RadiAnt
Radiant for chrome os?

Any possibilita?


Mar 24, 2018 10:53 PM
by Jr
Sorry, no RadiAnt for Chrome OS is planned in the foreseeable future.


Mar 28, 2018 05:29 PM
by RadiAnt
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