Dose Index Registry (DIR) Integration Test Plan - triad

Dose Index Registry (DIR) Integration Test Plan - triad
Site Server
Installation and Configuration Guide
(Dose Index Registry)
TRIAD Version 4.4
American College of Radiology
1891 Preston White Drive, Reston, VA 20191
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Contents
1
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................3
1.1
Purpose ............................................................................................................................................3
1.2
Hardware and Software Requirements ............................................................................................3
1.3
Data Flow ........................................................................................................................................4
2
Sending Files from Scanners / PACS ....................................................................................................5
3
Installation ..............................................................................................................................................6
3.1
4
Installation Steps .............................................................................................................................6
Activation and Configuration of Site Server ........................................................................................11
4.1
Pre-conditions for configuring the TRIAD Site Server:................................................................11
4.2
Site Server Console Configuration ................................................................................................11
5
4.2.1 Domain Activation .................................................................................................................11
4.2.2 Configuration of Port #, AE Title and Image Storage Folder ................................................19
4.2.3 Setup Schedule for Image Forwarding ...................................................................................20
4.2.4 Advance Settings:...................................................................................................................22
Un-installation ......................................................................................................................................24
6
Contact Information .............................................................................................................................24
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1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose
The purpose of this document is to explain steps required for installation and configuration of TRIAD Site
Server for the Dose Index Registry (DIR).
1.2 Hardware and Software Requirements
#
Items
1
Operating System
2
3
4
CPU
Memory
Hard Disk
5
Software
6
Port 104 or other
available port
7
Port 443
8
User Permissions on the
Computer
9
Connectivity
10
Network Requirements
11
National Radiology
Data Registry
(NRDR)user account
NRDR Facility ID
12
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Remarks
Windows 7 – 32/64 bit, Windows Server 2008 SP2/R2 – 32/64
bit, Windows Server 2012 SP2/R2Enterprise Edition – 32/64 bit
Intel Core2 Duo or above
Minimum 4 GB
The hard disc size depends on the size of images received and
stored in TRIAD Site Server.
50 GB minimum and 200 GB recommended.
.Net framework 4.5.2 (Full version --Client profile and Extend)
(After completion, you will need to restart)
https://www.microsoft.com/enus/download/details.aspx?id=42642
TRIAD Site Server uses this port to listen to remote modalities or
PACS to receive DICOM files. Users can change this port # as
needed.
This port is used for communication between TRIAD Central
Server and Site Server. It must be accessible from the internet.
An account with administrator rights to the computer will be
needed for TRIAD Site Server installation. The account running
TRIAD Site Server service should have sufficient privilege for
executing service and be able to connect to Central Server
through the internet (port 443).
PACS and scanners should have necessary connectivity
permissions in place to allow the DICOM transfer of images to
the computer running the SS service.
The computer running the SS service should be allowed to
transfer image files from your site via the internet. This ability is
needed to submit files from the TRIAD Site Server to the Central
Server.
The speed between TRIAD Site Server and the internet should be
at least 256 kbps but we strongly suggest at least 1 Mbps
A valid user account in NRDR is required for activation of
TRIAD Site Server.
NRDR facility ID is required for activating TRIAD Site Server. If
the facility is affiliated with multiple Child facilities, User will
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Scanner information
need to have master facility NRDR ID along with Child facility
NRDR ID(s).
If a facility has a multiple Child facilities, Users should have a list
of scanner details from each of the Child facilities; device serial
number, station name, institution name and manufacturer model
name. If not all fields are available, please obtain all available
fields for each scanner.
1.3 Data Flow
Below is the data flow for the Dose Index Registry for receiving files from facilities and displaying the
reports in the National Radiology Data Registry (NRDR). The data flow is as follows:
1. Three types of data will be sent from scanners or PACS to the TRIAD Site Server:
a. Radiation Dose Structured Report (RDSR) received from scanners if scanners support the
RDSR format. This is the preferred method for receiving dose information.
b. Dose sheets / dose summary reports received from either scanners or PACS if RDSR is not
available. (It is preferred that data should be received from scanners, however data can also
be received from PACS if the facility has a high number of scanners.)
c. Localizers received from scanners. (It’s preferred that data should be received from
scanners, however data can also be received from PACS if the facility has a high number
of scanners).
2. Dose sheets / summary reports will be processed in Site Server and the RDSR will be created.
3. Site Server will anonymize the DICOM header of the RDSR’s and localizers based on a specified
anonymization profile used by all DIR facilities.
4. Site Server will send the data to the TRIAD Central Server at ACR over Secure Sockets Layer
(SSL) to ensure its security and reliability.
5. Data received at the TRIAD Central Server will be processed and displayed in NRDR reports
available to any registered facility user from the NRDR web site.
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2 Sending Files from Scanners / PACS
TRIAD for DIR supports the following scanner manufacturers:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Siemens
Philips
Toshiba
GE
Each scanner will need to be configured to send RDSR or dose sheets / summary reports along with
localizers. Please contact your field engineer if you need help in configuring your scanner.
TRIAD Site Server supports RDSRs and localizers coming from many other scanner manufacturers.
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3 Installation
3.1 Installation Steps
1. Please verify that you have .Net Framework 4.5.2 full version installed on the Windows Control
Panel.
2. Download the Site Server installation zip file from the specified URL
(https://triad4.acr.org/dirsiteserver) to a local folder and unzip the file.
3. Start the installation by double clicking on the setup.exe file.
4. Clicking setup.exe will initially invoke installation of Java runtime engine 7.0 and Java Advanced
Imaging I/O Tools for JRE 1.1 if they are not already installed on the computer. Please accept and
allow the default installation of both components.
5. The publisher should be “American College of Radiology”. Click “Run” to start installation.
6. Click the “Next” button in each screen to continue the installation steps.
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7. Accept the license agreement and click “Next”
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8. Change the Site Server application folder if needed. Then click “Next”.
9. Click “Next”.
10. Specify the DICOM port # and leave Site Server DNS Name as the default value and then click
“Next”.
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i)
ii)
iii)
Site Server Client Service Port: This client service port is not used for the Dose Index
Registry domain. Please leave it as default.
Site Server SCP Port: This is the port where the Site Server receives data from external
devices such as scanners or PACS – This port can be any free port with a value ranging
from 100 to 10000. Please do not use 6567, 6568, or 7979. You can use the command
“netstat –a” to list all ports used in the system. The default port # is: 104.
Site Server DNS Name: Leave this as default value.
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11. Click 'Install' to install the application.
12. When the installation has been completed, you should see the following screen. Click “Finish”.
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After successful installation, find the Site Server Console from Windows Start Menu –All Programs>American College of Radiology-> Site Server Console 4.4.
You will need to configure the Site Server by using the Site Server Console before you can start using
the Site Server service.
4 Activation and Configuration of Site Server
4.1 Pre-conditions for configuring the TRIAD Site Server:
Verify the items below before configuring Site Server:
 Site Server runs as a Windows service. Make sure Site Server Service (Triad Site Server Service)
is up and running from the Windows Control Panel.
 Ensure that you have proper user accounts that are created in the National Radiology Data
Registry (NRDR).
 You will need to run Site Server Console as local administrator. Make sure you have administrator
access to the computer that runs Site Server.
4.2 Site Server Console Configuration
The following are steps for configuring Site Server:
1. Domain activation
2. Configuring and mapping Child facilities for Master Facility
3. Configuration of AE title, port # and image storage folder
4. Setup the schedule for image forwarding
4.2.1
Domain Activation
Invoke the Site Server Console (Use Run as Administrator option) from Windows Start Menu –All
Programs->American College of Radiology-> Site Server Console 4.4.
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Figure 8-Run SS Console
Domain is activated from the main Site Server Console window. You can also access the domain
activation screen, by clicking on the “Site Info” tab.
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To activate the Site Server for a domain (e.g. Dose Index Registry) complete the following steps:
1. Click the Add button
. The following screen will be displayed.
2. In the pop-up screen, add the following details.
Domain Name: Select “Dose Index Registry” from the drop down list.
Central Server: Please use “triad-dir.acr.org”.
Note: please do not append ‘http://’ to the Central Server name.
User name: <User Name in NRDR > Provide the NRDR username.
Password: <Password in NRDR > Provide the NRDR password.
Display Name: <Name used to identify your site server>: Please use your NRDR facility ID. If
your facility has multiple installations of SS, please use format as 100001-1, 100001-2 etc. (if
your facility ID is 100001)
Location details: < address/ identification details of the physical location>
Phone number: <Number we can use to contact regarding the SS> e.g.: 120-453-8984
Email: <Email address of the user to be notified when the Site Server is down.>
DIR Facility NRDR ID: <Facility ID specified in NRDR.> Dose Index Registry domain
activation requires the NRDR facility ID. If you are using this instance of TRIAD to send data
for multiple facilities, then please enter your Master Facility ID. If facility ID is not entered,
the Dose Index Registry domain cannot be activated.
Note: If you do not know your NRDR facility ID and/or password, please contact
nrdr@acr.org or call 800-227-5463 ext. 3535.
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3. If all the entries are in the proper format, then click ‘Activate Domain’. If successful, a new
entry will be added to the list as shown in the image below. If activation failed, an error
message will be shown regarding the status of activation. The most common error message is
related to entering an incorrect NRDR user name and password.
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4. The pop-up (below) will appear if the domain activation is performed using a Master Facility
ID. Click on “OK” to add Child facilities. If you do not configure the Child facilities and try
sending data, the data sent from the Child facilities will be saved in cache only for 14 days and
an email will be sent to the site administrator asking him/her to configure the Child facilities.
You can also check the “unmapped submissions” tab for these details as described in #5.
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The email below is sent to the e-mail address configured in the Site Server console if a scanner is
not mapped and the data is still being sent from that scanner to Site Server. This e-mail is sent for
the first time when data is received from a scanner. The user has 14 days to configure the scanner
mapping on the TRIAD Site Server console. After 14 days, files are deleted from the TRIAD Site
Server.
Dear <First Name Last Name>,
Site Server has detected the following unmapped submission:
 Station Name: <DICOM TAG VALUE>
 Device Serial Number : <DICOM TAG VALUE>
 Institution Name: <DICOM TAG VALUE>
 Manufacturer Model: <DICOM TAG VALUE>
You have the following unmapped submissions now:
# Station Name
Device
Institution
Manufacturer
Serial
Name
Model
Number
1
A
S
S
S
2
A
D
F
F
There is no association between this device and a NRDR Facility ID. All submissions from
this device will be cached locally on the Site Server and sent to Central Server after the
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corresponding association has been set up. Please use Site Server Domain Settings/Setup
Child Facilities to map this scanner.
Unrecognized data will be automatically removed from the Site Server in 14 days if they
are not mapped in Setup Child Facilities settings.
Best Regards,
TRIAD Administrator
5. Select “Unmapped submissions” tab to find the unmapped details of the scanners, e.g. “Station
name”, “Device serial number”, “Institution name” and “Manufacturer model name”
6. Select “Configured Scanners” tab and click on the “Add new scanner” button to add a Child
facility. A new pop up window will appear. Select the “Child facility ID” and fill in the
following fields.
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7. Click on “Add & Close” to save the Child facility details.
8. To add additional scanners click on “Add new scanner” and a new pop-up will appear
requesting scanner details. Select the Child facility ID from the pull down and then enter the
scanner details.
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4.2.2
Configuration of Port #, AE Title and Image Storage Folder
1.
The default port # is 104 and the default AE title for the TRIAD DIR domain is “ACR”. To
change the port #, AE title and/or image storage folder, invoke the Site Server console and
select the “Site Info” tab. Select the Dose Index Registry domain row. Then click the
button.
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4.2.3
2.
In the pop-up screen you can update the details and then click “Update” button.
3.
Click “Exit” to return to the main screen.
Setup Schedule for Image Forwarding
You can set the image forwarding interval using Site Server Console. From “Manage Domains” tab,
select the “Enable Scheduling” check box. Three scheduling options are available as shown in the figure
below.
1. Click the Dose Index Registry from the “Active Domains” list.
2. Under File Transfer settings:
a. Select the default time interval which allows Site Server to forward processed files
automatically every ten minutes. This is the preferred method for the Dose Index Registry
domain.
b. You can also specify how often by entering minutes.
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c. You can enter hour (HH) and minute (MM), if you would like the files to be sent every day
in batch mode.
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Please make sure to leave the other settings, such as “Localizer Forwarding” at their default values. If any
changes are needed for configuration of those settings, please contact ACR using the contact information
provided below.
Click the “Save and Reload Settings” button to enable the schedule settings.
The images stored locally in Site Server will be forward to Central Server as per the scheduled time.
Site Server should now be up and running and ready to receive files from your scanner(s) or PACS.
4.2.4
Advance Settings:
This feature allows the user to manage the archive folder size and expiry date.
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Archive Expiry is the duration for storing the log files in the Archive Expiry in ‘Days’. Maximum
archive size is the log file storage size in MBs.
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5 Un-installation
You can uninstall Site Server by using Windows Control Panel (Programs and Features). Site Server
settings will be cleared during the un-installation.
6 Contact Information
Please contact ACR if you have questions with the installation and configuration of Site Server at:
E-mail address: Triad-support@acr.org
Phone: 703-390-9858
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