The C-GET-RSP Message contains fields as defined in Table 9.3-7 and in Annex C. Each field shall conform to DICOM encoding and Value Representation as defined in PS 3.5. Fields are required as specified in the C-GET service definition unless otherwise noted in Table 9.3-7. Fields not specified in the C-GET service definition but present in Table 9.3-7 are required by the DIMSE-C protocol.
Table 9.3-7 C-GET-RSP MESSAGE FIELDS
|Message Field||Tag||VR||VM||Description of Field|
|Command Group Length||(0000,0000)||UL||1||The even number of bytes from the end of the value field to the beginning of the next group.|
|Affected SOP Class UID||(0000,0002)||UI||1||SOP Class UID associated with the operation.|
|Command Field||(0000,0100)||US||1||This field distinguishes the DIMSE-C operation conveyed by this Message. The value of this field shall be set to 8010H for the C-GET-RSP Message.|
|Message ID Being Responded To||(0000,0120)||US||1||Shall be set to the value of the Message ID (0000,0110) field used in associated C-GET-RQ Message.|
|Command Data Set Type||(0000,0800)||US||1||This field indicates if a Data Set is present in the Message. This field shall be set to the value of 0101H (Null) if no Data Set is present; any other value indicates a Data Set is included in the Message.|
|Status||(0000,0900)||US||1||The value of this field depends upon the status type. Annex C defines the encoding of the status types defined in the service definition.|
|Number of Remaining Sub-operations||(0000,1020)||US||1||The number of remaining C-STORE sub-operations to be invoked for this C-GET operation.|
|Number of Completed Sub-operations||(0000,1021)||US||1||The number of C-STORE sub-operations invoked by this C-GET operation which have completed successfully.|
|Number of Failed Sub-operations||(0000,1022)||US||1||The number of C-STORE sub-operations invoked by this C-GET operation which have failed.|
|Number of Warning Sub-operations||(0000,1023)||US||1||The number of C-STORE sub-operations invoked by this C-GET operation which generated warning responses.|
|Identifier||(no tag)||⎯||⎯||A Data Set which encodes the Identifier that was matched. See Section 22.214.171.124.5.|
Note: The list of Attributes allowed and the rules which define the usage of the Identifier are specified in PS 3.4.