REST Resource: projects.locations.datasets.fhirStores

Resource: FhirStore

Represents a FHIR store.

JSON representation
  "name": string,
  "enableUpdateCreate": boolean,
  "notificationConfig": {
  "disableReferentialIntegrity": boolean,
  "disableResourceVersioning": boolean,
  "labels": {
    string: string,
  "enableHistoryImport": boolean


Output only. Resource name of the FHIR store, of the form projects/{projectId}/datasets/{datasetId}/fhirStores/{fhirStoreId}.



Whether this FHIR store has the updateCreate capability. This determines if the client can use an Update operation to create a new resource with a client-specified ID. If false, all IDs are server-assigned through the Create operation and attempts to Update a non-existent resource will return errors. Please treat the audit logs with appropriate levels of care if client-specified resource IDs contain sensitive data such as patient identifiers, those IDs will be part of the FHIR resource path recorded in Cloud audit logs and Cloud Pub/Sub notifications.



If non-empty, publish all resource modifications of this FHIR store to this destination. The Cloud Pub/Sub message attributes will contain a map with a string describing the action that has triggered the notification, e.g. "action":"fhir.create".



Whether to disable referential integrity in this FHIR store. This field is immutable after FHIR store creation. The default value is false, meaning that the API will enforce referential integrity and fail the requests that will result in inconsistent state in the FHIR store. When this field is set to true, the API will skip referential integrity check. Consequently, operations that rely on references, such as fhir.Patient-everything, will not return all the results if broken references exist.



Whether to disable resource versioning for this FHIR store. This field can not be changed after the creation of FHIR store. If set to false, which is the default behavior, all write operations will cause historical versions to be recorded automatically. The historical versions can be fetched through the history APIs, but cannot be updated. If set to true, no historical versions will be kept. The server will send back errors for attempts to read the historical versions.


map (key: string, value: string)

User-supplied key-value pairs used to organize FHIR stores.

Label keys must be between 1 and 63 characters long, have a UTF-8 encoding of maximum 128 bytes, and must conform to the following PCRE regular expression: [\p{Ll}\p{Lo}][\p{Ll}\p{Lo}\p{N}_-]{0,62}

Label values are optional, must be between 1 and 63 characters long, have a UTF-8 encoding of maximum 128 bytes, and must conform to the following PCRE regular expression: [\p{Ll}\p{Lo}\p{N}_-]{0,63}

No more than 64 labels can be associated with a given store.

An object containing a list of "key": value pairs. Example: { "name": "wrench", "mass": "1.3kg", "count": "3" }.



Whether to allow the bulk import API to accept history bundles and directly insert historical resource versions into the FHIR store. Importing resource histories creates resource interactions that appear to have occurred in the past, which clients may not want to allow. If set to false, history bundles within an import will fail with an error.



Creates a new FHIR store within the parent dataset.


Deletes the specified FHIR store and removes all resources within it.


Export resources from the FHIR store to the specified destination.


Gets the configuration of the specified FHIR store.


Gets the access control policy for a resource.


Import resources to the FHIR store by loading data from the specified sources.


Lists the FHIR stores in the given dataset.


Updates the configuration of the specified FHIR store.


Sets the access control policy on the specified resource.


Returns permissions that a caller has on the specified resource.
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