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New "magic button" - put pushed or opened from folder study into the database

I think, we all)) need some new magic button in Radiant beta with database.

In some cases, with some MRI-system manufactures, there is no way to download pacs by Radiant buttons due to limitations of Mri-system manufacture - user can only passivly recieve pushed pacs from MRI-system to Radiant. That pacs will be automatically open in Radiant, but will not appear in database.
I need that magic button - to put opened series into the database.
Another case - we just opened some folder with scans. And that "magic button" can very help.




Dec 8, 2018 01:16 PM
by Eisenhorn
and in that case - when user can only passivly recieve pushed pacs from MRI-system to Radiant - there must be some option to recive that pacs into database


Dec 11, 2018 12:50 PM
by Eisenhorn
Eisenhorn,

Recent beta versions with local DB archive already support receiving studies pushed from other PACS nodes. Incoming studies are imported into the default database.


Dec 12, 2018 09:31 AM
by RadiAnt
I'm very sorry. I checked again, and saw that "Incoming studies are imported into the default database."
But still I hope for easy one-click way to import to database study opened from folder


Dec 12, 2018 11:53 AM
by Eisenhorn
You can quickly change the database where pushed studies are stored.
Just press the database button in the local archive window, select "Advanced" and "Set as default".


Dec 12, 2018 07:02 PM
by RadiAnt
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