Modality Worklist query error on AGFA CR30-Xm

Hello everyone.
i properly configured Orthanc according to http://book.orthanc-server.com/plugins/worklists-plugin.html .I’m able to query using FINDSCU as been indicated findscu -W 127.0.0.1 4242 -k 0008,0050=“*”
However when the modality (AGFA CR30-Xm) query Orthanc i’m getting the following error (output using --verbose):

I0724 10:20:31.043663 PluginsManager.cpp:172] Received worklist query from remote modality NXMIXED1:
{
“0008,0005” : “”,
“0008,0050” : “*”,
“0008,0090” : “”,
“0008,1110” : [],
“0008,1120” : [],
“0010,0010” : “”,
“0010,0020” : “”,
“0010,0030” : “”,
“0010,0032” : “”,
“0010,0040” : “”,
“0010,1000” : “”,
“0010,1020” : “”,
“0010,1030” : “”,
“0010,1080” : “”,
“0010,2000” : “”,
“0010,2110” : “”,
“0010,2160” : “”,
“0010,2180” : “”,
“0010,21b0” : “”,
“0010,21c0” : null,
“0010,4000” : “”,
“0020,000d” : “”,
“0032,1032” : “”,
“0032,1033” : “”,
“0032,1060” : “”,
“0032,1064” : [
{
“0008,0100” : “”,
“0008,0102” : “”,
“0008,0104” : “”
}
],
“0038,0010” : “”,
“0038,0050” : “”,
“0038,0300” : “”,
“0038,0500” : “”,
“0040,0100” : [
{
“0008,0060” : “”,
“0032,1070” : “”,
“0040,0001” : “”,
“0040,0002” : “”,
“0040,0003” : “”,
“0040,0006” : “”,
“0040,0007” : “”,
“0040,0008” : [ {} ],
“0040,0009” : “”,
“0040,0010” : “”,
“0040,0011” : “”,
“0040,0012” : “”,
“0040,0020” : “”
}
],
“0040,1001” : “”,
“0040,1002” : “”,
“0040,1003” : “”,
“0040,1004” : “”,
“0040,2016” : “”,
“0040,2017” : “”,
“0040,2400” : “”,
“0040,3001” : “”
}
I0724 10:20:31.044385 PluginsManager.cpp:172] Worklist matched: /home/worklist_db/168720.wl

I0724 10:20:31.044952 PluginsManager.cpp:172] Worklist matched: /home/worklist_db/168739.wl
I0724 10:20:31.056283 PluginsManager.cpp:172] Worklist C-Find: parsed 22 files, found 22 match(es)
E0724 10:20:31.057545 FindScp.cpp:340] Find SCP Failed: DUL Peer Requested Release

We also tried to use a LUA script to handle generic group length (the one in the tutorial), with no avail.
I would appreciate any help guys, thanks!

Hello,

The Orthanc core team doesn’t have access to such an Agfa modality, so we can’t provide any support on our own. That’s the problem with proprietary software.

Please get in touch with your (paying) Agfa support to investigate this issue, or work on a patch by yourself.

Regards,
Sébastien-