REST Resource: projects.locations.datasets.fhirStores.fhir

Resource: HttpBody

Message that represents an arbitrary HTTP body. It should only be used for payload formats that can't be represented as JSON, such as raw binary or an HTML page.

This message can be used both in streaming and non-streaming API methods in the request as well as the response.

It can be used as a top-level request field, which is convenient if one wants to extract parameters from either the URL or HTTP template into the request fields and also want access to the raw HTTP body.


message GetResourceRequest {
  // A unique request id.
  string requestId = 1;

  // The raw HTTP body is bound to this field.
  google.api.HttpBody http_body = 2;

service ResourceService {
  rpc returns (google.api.HttpBody);
  rpc fhir.update(google.api.HttpBody) returns

Example with streaming methods:

service CaldavService {
  rpc GetCalendar(stream google.api.HttpBody)
    returns (stream google.api.HttpBody);
  rpc UpdateCalendar(stream google.api.HttpBody)
    returns (stream google.api.HttpBody);

Use of this type only changes how the request and response bodies are handled, all other features will continue to work unchanged.

JSON representation
  "contentType": string,
  "data": string,
  "extensions": [
      "@type": string,
      field1: ...,


The HTTP Content-Type header value specifying the content type of the body.


string (bytes format)

The HTTP request/response body as raw binary.

A base64-encoded string.



Application specific response metadata. Must be set in the first response for streaming APIs.

An object containing fields of an arbitrary type. An additional field "@type" contains a URI identifying the type. Example: { "id": 1234, "@type": "" }.



Retrieves the N most recent Observation resources for a subject matching search criteria specified as query parameters, grouped by Observation.code, sorted from most recent to oldest.


Retrieves all the resources in the patient compartment for a Patient resource.


Deletes all the historical versions of a resource (excluding the current version) from the FHIR store.


Gets the FHIR capability statement for the store, which contains a description of functionality supported by the server.


Deletes FHIR resources that match a search query.


If a resource is found based on the search criteria specified in the query parameters, updates part of that resource by applying the operations specified in a JSON Patch document.


If a resource is found based on the search criteria specified in the query parameters, updates the entire contents of that resource.


Creates a FHIR resource.


Deletes a FHIR resource.


Executes all the requests in the given Bundle.


Lists all the versions of a resource (including the current version and deleted versions) from the FHIR store.


Updates part of an existing resource by applying the operations specified in a JSON Patch document.


Gets the contents of a FHIR resource.


Searches for resources in the given FHIR store according to criteria specified as query parameters.


Updates the entire contents of a resource.


Gets the contents of a version (current or historical) of a FHIR resource by version ID.
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