The following parameters are set up in this section:
Working directory path. This is the local storage location. The path can be entered manually or selected from the dialog box. To open the dialog box, click the button to the right of the path input string.
Log ﬁle path. The information about the DICOM Viewer operation is saved in the log. The path can be entered manually or selected from the dialog box. To open the dialog box, click the button to the right of the path input string. If the parameter is not speciﬁed, the log ﬁle will be located in the directory where the DICOM Viewer is installed.
Log ﬁle name.
DICOM Viewer log speciﬁcation. The following speciﬁcation levels are available:
Failure: registering information about errors that led to the DICOM Viewer failure;
Error: registering information about all errors that may lead to the incorrect operation of the DICOM Viewer;
Warning: registering all errors, whether or not they might lead to the incorrect operation of the DICOM Viewer;
Info: registering all errors as well as standard actions of the DICOM Viewer;
Debug: registering all errors and standard DICOM Viewer actions with detailed information.
After changing the logging level, you do not need to restart the program.
Use License Proxy Server (the Use License Proxy Server box) and its parameters. To check the availability of the server, click the button after you have ﬁlled in the Host and Port ﬁelds. The information will be displayed on the right.
Use a shared folder to store service information (the Use shared settings (multi-user support) box) and path to a shared folder.
Customize the cache memory limits. You may provide for a soft and a hard limit.
In the Soft ﬁeld, specify the maximum volume of cache to be used by the program before it makes an attempt to clear the memory by deleting the data that are not used. The default value is determined automatically on the basis of the amount of RAM on the device with the DICOM Viewer installed.
In the Hard ﬁeld, specify the maximum volume of cache that can be allocated for cached data. The default value is equal to the amount of RAM on the device with the DICOM Viewer installed.
The cache memory limit is speciﬁed in Gibibytes (GiB), accurate to a thousandth, from 0.125 to 999999999999.999. Its value must not exceed the memory size. If you attempt to set a limit exceeding the memory size, a warning message will pop up. The value provided in the Hard ﬁeld must be greater than the value in the Soft ﬁeld. If the limit values fail to meet these requirements, a warning message will pop up.
The ﬁelds for setting cache memory limits are provided with a restore recommended value button . The restore recommended value button is displayed when the limit value provided is diﬀerent from the recommended value. To restore the recommended value of a cache memory limit, click the button in the respective ﬁeld.
After the cache memory limits have been changed, the program must be relaunched. A dialog box will pop up notifying the user of this necessity.
Anonymous statistics collection (telemetry) function can be activated/deactivated. Telemetry function provides an opportunity to collect anonymous statistics in order to improve the product.