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Oracle® Multimedia DICOM Developer's Guide
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B DICOM XML Schemas

This appendix lists the names of the DICOM XML schemas used by the methods of the ORDDicom object type. When Oracle Multimedia DICOM is installed, these schemas are automatically registered as global XML schemas in Oracle Database with Oracle XML DB (see Section 10.2.1).

This appendix describes the XML schemas that define the structure of these DICOM configuration documents:

This appendix also describes the XML schemas that define the DICOM standard data types, the default DICOM metadata schema, and the metadata data types used by DICOM metadata schemas.

Table B-1 lists the DICOM XML schemas by .xsd file name, and includes a brief description and the namespace for each schema.

Table B-1 DICOM XML Schemas

Schema Name Description Namespace

ordcman.xsd

Defines the structure of anonymity documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/anonymity_1_0

ordcmct.xsd

Defines the structure of constraint documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/constraint_1_0

ordcmrdt.xsd

Defines the DICOM standard data types.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/datatype_1_0

ordcmmd.xsd

Defines the default DICOM metadata schema.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/metadata_1_0

ordcmdp.xsd

Defines the structure of DICOM protocol documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/protocol_1_0

ordcmmft.xsd

Defines the structure of manifest documents. These documents are created when exporting a set of configuration documents from a DICOM repository. This schema specifies the name of each configuration document, its document type, and the load order to be used when importing the configuration document into a DICOM repository.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/manifest_1_0

ordcmmp.xsd

Defines the structure of mapping documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/mapping_1_0

ordcmmddt.xsd

Defines the metadata data types used by DICOM metadata schemas.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/metadata_1_0

ordcmpf.xsd

Defines the structure of preference documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/preference_1_0

ordcmpv.xsd

Defines the structure of private dictionary documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/privateDictionary_1_0

ordcmsd.xsd

Defines the structure of standard dictionary documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/standardDictionary_1_0

ordcmstl.xsd

Defines the structure of DICOM stored tag list documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/attributeTag_1_0

ordcmui.xsd

Defines the structure of UID definition documents.

http://xmlns.oracle.com/ord/dicom/UIDdefinition_1_0


The latest versions of these XML schemas are available as files in the ord/xml/xsd directory under <ORACLE_HOME>. To locate and examine the schemas, query the dictionary view ALL_XML_SCHEMAS (see Section 10.2.2). For additional information, read the documentation embedded within each schema file.

The DICOM XML schemas are associated with one or more DICOM configuration documents. The latest versions of these XML documents are available as files in the ord/xml directory under <ORACLE_HOME> when Oracle Multimedia DICOM is installed. See Section 2.4.1 for more information about these documents.

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