If you have downloaded an installer distribution, run the installer. If you have downloaded JDT as a zip file, unzip the file into a directory of your choice.
The JDT library is contained within a single jar file named jdt.jar and located in the lib folder of installation directory. You will need to add this jar file to the classpath of your development environment. When applications that make use of JDT are distributed , this jar file should also be distributed together with the jar files and other files of your applications.
JDT requires a key file called jdt.key in order to run. The key file can be an evaluation key which you received by email or it can be a permanent key which you received after purchasing a license. The key should be placed in the classpath of your development environment and it should also be redistributed together with the jdt.jar file when you distribute the applications you have developed with JDT.
A good way to get started is to have a look at the examples included in the distribution. We provide email support during the 30-day trial period of your evaluation. If you need help during your evaluation or have technical questions, please contact support via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, consult the following sections of the user guide:
The Trispark Java DICOM Toolkit is a small footprint 100% java library and API for building DICOM applications. The library has the following features:
Customers having purchased a distribution license and/or source code license are entitled to one year of technical support via email starting from the purchase date. The support also includes minor updates and bug fix releases.Support can be renewed annually.
If you have any technical questions contact email@example.com.
This software library requires a basic understanding of the DICOM standard. The DICOM standard is quite an extensive standard published by
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The official ACR/NEMA home page of the DICOM standard is medical.nema.org.
A very good site on DICOM with links to the various parts of the standard, correction proposals and supplements in PDF format is David Clunie's Medical Imaging Format site.
The parts of the DICOM standard that are particularly relevant with respect to this library are: