The SCU shall document in the Conformance Statement the actions and behavior which cause the SCU to generate an N-CREATE primitive (Create Media Creation Request), an N-ACTION primitive (Initiate Media Creation and Cancel Media Creation) or an N-GET primitive (Get Media Creation Result).
The SCU shall specify the SOP Class UIDs for which it may request media creation.
The SCU shall specify the Media Application Profiles for which it may request media creation.
The SCU shall specify if it supports the optional Storage Media File-Set ID & UID Attributes in the N-CREATE.
The SCU shall specify if it supports the optional Icon Image Sequence Attributes in the N-CREATE.
The SCU shall describe its use of expanded or replacement character sets, both in the N-CREATE, the N-GET and in its use of the Storage Service Class for composite instances.
The SCU shall specify whether or not it retries failed requests.
Note: This allows the reader of a Conformance Statement to determine whether or not human intervention will be needed in the event of transient failures, or whether the SCU may be able to recover automatically.
The Conformance Statement shall be formatted as defined in PS 3.2