Full name: projects.locations.datasets.fhirStores.fhir.conditionalPatch
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.
DSTU2 doesn't define a conditional patch method, but the server supports it in the same way it supports STU3.
Search terms are provided as query parameters following the same pattern as the
If the search criteria identify more than one match, the request returns a
412 Precondition Failed error.
The request body must contain a JSON Patch document, and the request headers must contain
On success, the response body contains a JSON-encoded representation of the updated resource, including the server-assigned version ID. Errors generated by the FHIR store contain a JSON-encoded
OperationOutcome resource describing the reason for the error. If the request cannot be mapped to a valid API method on a FHIR store, a generic GCP error might be returned instead.
This method requires the
healthcare.fhirStores.searchResources permission on the parent FHIR store and the
healthcare.fhirResources.patch permission on the requested FHIR store resource.
For samples that show how to call
conditionalPatch, see Conditionally patching a FHIR resource.
The URL uses gRPC Transcoding syntax.
The name of the FHIR store this resource belongs to.
Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource
The request body contains an instance of
If successful, the response is a generic HTTP response whose format is defined by the method.
Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:
For more information, see the Authentication Overview.