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v0.23.0 published on Thursday, Aug 11, 2022 by Pulumi

getFhirStore

Gets the configuration of the specified FHIR store.

Using getFhirStore

Two invocation forms are available. The direct form accepts plain arguments and either blocks until the result value is available, or returns a Promise-wrapped result. The output form accepts Input-wrapped arguments and returns an Output-wrapped result.

function getFhirStore(args: GetFhirStoreArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Promise<GetFhirStoreResult>
function getFhirStoreOutput(args: GetFhirStoreOutputArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Output<GetFhirStoreResult>
def get_fhir_store(dataset_id: Optional[str] = None,
                   fhir_store_id: Optional[str] = None,
                   location: Optional[str] = None,
                   project: Optional[str] = None,
                   opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> GetFhirStoreResult
def get_fhir_store_output(dataset_id: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                   fhir_store_id: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                   location: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                   project: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                   opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> Output[GetFhirStoreResult]
func LookupFhirStore(ctx *Context, args *LookupFhirStoreArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) (*LookupFhirStoreResult, error)
func LookupFhirStoreOutput(ctx *Context, args *LookupFhirStoreOutputArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) LookupFhirStoreResultOutput

> Note: This function is named LookupFhirStore in the Go SDK.

public static class GetFhirStore 
{
    public static Task<GetFhirStoreResult> InvokeAsync(GetFhirStoreArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
    public static Output<GetFhirStoreResult> Invoke(GetFhirStoreInvokeArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
}
public static CompletableFuture<GetFhirStoreResult> getFhirStore(GetFhirStoreArgs args, InvokeOptions options)
// Output-based functions aren't available in Java yet
Fn::Invoke:
  Function: google-native:healthcare/v1:getFhirStore
  Arguments:
    # Arguments dictionary

The following arguments are supported:

DatasetId string
FhirStoreId string
Location string
Project string
DatasetId string
FhirStoreId string
Location string
Project string
datasetId String
fhirStoreId String
location String
project String
datasetId string
fhirStoreId string
location string
project string
datasetId String
fhirStoreId String
location String
project String

getFhirStore Result

The following output properties are available:

ComplexDataTypeReferenceParsing string

Enable parsing of references within complex FHIR data types such as Extensions. If this value is set to ENABLED, then features like referential integrity and Bundle reference rewriting apply to all references. If this flag has not been specified the behavior of the FHIR store will not change, references in complex data types will not be parsed. New stores will have this value set to ENABLED after a notification period. Warning: turning on this flag causes processing existing resources to fail if they contain references to non-existent resources.

DefaultSearchHandlingStrict bool

If true, overrides the default search behavior for this FHIR store to handling=strict which returns an error for unrecognized search parameters. If false, uses the FHIR specification default handling=lenient which ignores unrecognized search parameters. The handling can always be changed from the default on an individual API call by setting the HTTP header Prefer: handling=strict or Prefer: handling=lenient.

DisableReferentialIntegrity bool

Immutable. 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 enforces referential integrity and fails the requests that result in inconsistent state in the FHIR store. When this field is set to true, the API skips referential integrity checks. Consequently, operations that rely on references, such as GetPatientEverything, do not return all the results if broken references exist.

DisableResourceVersioning bool

Immutable. 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 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 are kept. The server sends errors for attempts to read the historical versions.

EnableUpdateCreate bool

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 return errors. It is strongly advised not to include or encode any sensitive data such as patient identifiers in client-specified resource IDs. Those IDs are part of the FHIR resource path recorded in Cloud audit logs and Pub/Sub notifications. Those IDs can also be contained in reference fields within other resources.

Labels Dictionary<string, 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}{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.

Name string

Resource name of the FHIR store, of the form projects/{project_id}/datasets/{dataset_id}/fhirStores/{fhir_store_id}.

NotificationConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Healthcare.V1.Outputs.NotificationConfigResponse

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

StreamConfigs List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Healthcare.V1.Outputs.StreamConfigResponse>

A list of streaming configs that configure the destinations of streaming export for every resource mutation in this FHIR store. Each store is allowed to have up to 10 streaming configs. After a new config is added, the next resource mutation is streamed to the new location in addition to the existing ones. When a location is removed from the list, the server stops streaming to that location. Before adding a new config, you must add the required bigquery.dataEditor role to your project's Cloud Healthcare Service Agent service account. Some lag (typically on the order of dozens of seconds) is expected before the results show up in the streaming destination.

ValidationConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Healthcare.V1.Outputs.ValidationConfigResponse

Configuration for how to validate incoming FHIR resources against configured profiles.

Version string

Immutable. The FHIR specification version that this FHIR store supports natively. This field is immutable after store creation. Requests are rejected if they contain FHIR resources of a different version. Version is required for every FHIR store.

ComplexDataTypeReferenceParsing string

Enable parsing of references within complex FHIR data types such as Extensions. If this value is set to ENABLED, then features like referential integrity and Bundle reference rewriting apply to all references. If this flag has not been specified the behavior of the FHIR store will not change, references in complex data types will not be parsed. New stores will have this value set to ENABLED after a notification period. Warning: turning on this flag causes processing existing resources to fail if they contain references to non-existent resources.

DefaultSearchHandlingStrict bool

If true, overrides the default search behavior for this FHIR store to handling=strict which returns an error for unrecognized search parameters. If false, uses the FHIR specification default handling=lenient which ignores unrecognized search parameters. The handling can always be changed from the default on an individual API call by setting the HTTP header Prefer: handling=strict or Prefer: handling=lenient.

DisableReferentialIntegrity bool

Immutable. 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 enforces referential integrity and fails the requests that result in inconsistent state in the FHIR store. When this field is set to true, the API skips referential integrity checks. Consequently, operations that rely on references, such as GetPatientEverything, do not return all the results if broken references exist.

DisableResourceVersioning bool

Immutable. 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 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 are kept. The server sends errors for attempts to read the historical versions.

EnableUpdateCreate bool

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 return errors. It is strongly advised not to include or encode any sensitive data such as patient identifiers in client-specified resource IDs. Those IDs are part of the FHIR resource path recorded in Cloud audit logs and Pub/Sub notifications. Those IDs can also be contained in reference fields within other resources.

Labels map[string]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}{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.

Name string

Resource name of the FHIR store, of the form projects/{project_id}/datasets/{dataset_id}/fhirStores/{fhir_store_id}.

NotificationConfig NotificationConfigResponse

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

StreamConfigs []StreamConfigResponse

A list of streaming configs that configure the destinations of streaming export for every resource mutation in this FHIR store. Each store is allowed to have up to 10 streaming configs. After a new config is added, the next resource mutation is streamed to the new location in addition to the existing ones. When a location is removed from the list, the server stops streaming to that location. Before adding a new config, you must add the required bigquery.dataEditor role to your project's Cloud Healthcare Service Agent service account. Some lag (typically on the order of dozens of seconds) is expected before the results show up in the streaming destination.

ValidationConfig ValidationConfigResponse

Configuration for how to validate incoming FHIR resources against configured profiles.

Version string

Immutable. The FHIR specification version that this FHIR store supports natively. This field is immutable after store creation. Requests are rejected if they contain FHIR resources of a different version. Version is required for every FHIR store.

complexDataTypeReferenceParsing String

Enable parsing of references within complex FHIR data types such as Extensions. If this value is set to ENABLED, then features like referential integrity and Bundle reference rewriting apply to all references. If this flag has not been specified the behavior of the FHIR store will not change, references in complex data types will not be parsed. New stores will have this value set to ENABLED after a notification period. Warning: turning on this flag causes processing existing resources to fail if they contain references to non-existent resources.

defaultSearchHandlingStrict Boolean

If true, overrides the default search behavior for this FHIR store to handling=strict which returns an error for unrecognized search parameters. If false, uses the FHIR specification default handling=lenient which ignores unrecognized search parameters. The handling can always be changed from the default on an individual API call by setting the HTTP header Prefer: handling=strict or Prefer: handling=lenient.

disableReferentialIntegrity Boolean

Immutable. 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 enforces referential integrity and fails the requests that result in inconsistent state in the FHIR store. When this field is set to true, the API skips referential integrity checks. Consequently, operations that rely on references, such as GetPatientEverything, do not return all the results if broken references exist.

disableResourceVersioning Boolean

Immutable. 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 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 are kept. The server sends errors for attempts to read the historical versions.

enableUpdateCreate Boolean

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 return errors. It is strongly advised not to include or encode any sensitive data such as patient identifiers in client-specified resource IDs. Those IDs are part of the FHIR resource path recorded in Cloud audit logs and Pub/Sub notifications. Those IDs can also be contained in reference fields within other resources.

labels Map<String,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}{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.

name String

Resource name of the FHIR store, of the form projects/{project_id}/datasets/{dataset_id}/fhirStores/{fhir_store_id}.

notificationConfig NotificationConfigResponse

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

streamConfigs List<StreamConfigResponse>

A list of streaming configs that configure the destinations of streaming export for every resource mutation in this FHIR store. Each store is allowed to have up to 10 streaming configs. After a new config is added, the next resource mutation is streamed to the new location in addition to the existing ones. When a location is removed from the list, the server stops streaming to that location. Before adding a new config, you must add the required bigquery.dataEditor role to your project's Cloud Healthcare Service Agent service account. Some lag (typically on the order of dozens of seconds) is expected before the results show up in the streaming destination.

validationConfig ValidationConfigResponse

Configuration for how to validate incoming FHIR resources against configured profiles.

version String

Immutable. The FHIR specification version that this FHIR store supports natively. This field is immutable after store creation. Requests are rejected if they contain FHIR resources of a different version. Version is required for every FHIR store.

complexDataTypeReferenceParsing string

Enable parsing of references within complex FHIR data types such as Extensions. If this value is set to ENABLED, then features like referential integrity and Bundle reference rewriting apply to all references. If this flag has not been specified the behavior of the FHIR store will not change, references in complex data types will not be parsed. New stores will have this value set to ENABLED after a notification period. Warning: turning on this flag causes processing existing resources to fail if they contain references to non-existent resources.

defaultSearchHandlingStrict boolean

If true, overrides the default search behavior for this FHIR store to handling=strict which returns an error for unrecognized search parameters. If false, uses the FHIR specification default handling=lenient which ignores unrecognized search parameters. The handling can always be changed from the default on an individual API call by setting the HTTP header Prefer: handling=strict or Prefer: handling=lenient.

disableReferentialIntegrity boolean

Immutable. 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 enforces referential integrity and fails the requests that result in inconsistent state in the FHIR store. When this field is set to true, the API skips referential integrity checks. Consequently, operations that rely on references, such as GetPatientEverything, do not return all the results if broken references exist.

disableResourceVersioning boolean

Immutable. 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 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 are kept. The server sends errors for attempts to read the historical versions.

enableUpdateCreate boolean

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 return errors. It is strongly advised not to include or encode any sensitive data such as patient identifiers in client-specified resource IDs. Those IDs are part of the FHIR resource path recorded in Cloud audit logs and Pub/Sub notifications. Those IDs can also be contained in reference fields within other resources.

labels {[key: string]: 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}{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.

name string

Resource name of the FHIR store, of the form projects/{project_id}/datasets/{dataset_id}/fhirStores/{fhir_store_id}.

notificationConfig NotificationConfigResponse

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

streamConfigs StreamConfigResponse[]

A list of streaming configs that configure the destinations of streaming export for every resource mutation in this FHIR store. Each store is allowed to have up to 10 streaming configs. After a new config is added, the next resource mutation is streamed to the new location in addition to the existing ones. When a location is removed from the list, the server stops streaming to that location. Before adding a new config, you must add the required bigquery.dataEditor role to your project's Cloud Healthcare Service Agent service account. Some lag (typically on the order of dozens of seconds) is expected before the results show up in the streaming destination.

validationConfig ValidationConfigResponse

Configuration for how to validate incoming FHIR resources against configured profiles.

version string

Immutable. The FHIR specification version that this FHIR store supports natively. This field is immutable after store creation. Requests are rejected if they contain FHIR resources of a different version. Version is required for every FHIR store.

complex_data_type_reference_parsing str

Enable parsing of references within complex FHIR data types such as Extensions. If this value is set to ENABLED, then features like referential integrity and Bundle reference rewriting apply to all references. If this flag has not been specified the behavior of the FHIR store will not change, references in complex data types will not be parsed. New stores will have this value set to ENABLED after a notification period. Warning: turning on this flag causes processing existing resources to fail if they contain references to non-existent resources.

default_search_handling_strict bool

If true, overrides the default search behavior for this FHIR store to handling=strict which returns an error for unrecognized search parameters. If false, uses the FHIR specification default handling=lenient which ignores unrecognized search parameters. The handling can always be changed from the default on an individual API call by setting the HTTP header Prefer: handling=strict or Prefer: handling=lenient.

disable_referential_integrity bool

Immutable. 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 enforces referential integrity and fails the requests that result in inconsistent state in the FHIR store. When this field is set to true, the API skips referential integrity checks. Consequently, operations that rely on references, such as GetPatientEverything, do not return all the results if broken references exist.

disable_resource_versioning bool

Immutable. 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 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 are kept. The server sends errors for attempts to read the historical versions.

enable_update_create bool

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 return errors. It is strongly advised not to include or encode any sensitive data such as patient identifiers in client-specified resource IDs. Those IDs are part of the FHIR resource path recorded in Cloud audit logs and Pub/Sub notifications. Those IDs can also be contained in reference fields within other resources.

labels Mapping[str, str]

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}{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.

name str

Resource name of the FHIR store, of the form projects/{project_id}/datasets/{dataset_id}/fhirStores/{fhir_store_id}.

notification_config NotificationConfigResponse

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

stream_configs Sequence[StreamConfigResponse]

A list of streaming configs that configure the destinations of streaming export for every resource mutation in this FHIR store. Each store is allowed to have up to 10 streaming configs. After a new config is added, the next resource mutation is streamed to the new location in addition to the existing ones. When a location is removed from the list, the server stops streaming to that location. Before adding a new config, you must add the required bigquery.dataEditor role to your project's Cloud Healthcare Service Agent service account. Some lag (typically on the order of dozens of seconds) is expected before the results show up in the streaming destination.

validation_config ValidationConfigResponse

Configuration for how to validate incoming FHIR resources against configured profiles.

version str

Immutable. The FHIR specification version that this FHIR store supports natively. This field is immutable after store creation. Requests are rejected if they contain FHIR resources of a different version. Version is required for every FHIR store.

complexDataTypeReferenceParsing String

Enable parsing of references within complex FHIR data types such as Extensions. If this value is set to ENABLED, then features like referential integrity and Bundle reference rewriting apply to all references. If this flag has not been specified the behavior of the FHIR store will not change, references in complex data types will not be parsed. New stores will have this value set to ENABLED after a notification period. Warning: turning on this flag causes processing existing resources to fail if they contain references to non-existent resources.

defaultSearchHandlingStrict Boolean

If true, overrides the default search behavior for this FHIR store to handling=strict which returns an error for unrecognized search parameters. If false, uses the FHIR specification default handling=lenient which ignores unrecognized search parameters. The handling can always be changed from the default on an individual API call by setting the HTTP header Prefer: handling=strict or Prefer: handling=lenient.

disableReferentialIntegrity Boolean

Immutable. 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 enforces referential integrity and fails the requests that result in inconsistent state in the FHIR store. When this field is set to true, the API skips referential integrity checks. Consequently, operations that rely on references, such as GetPatientEverything, do not return all the results if broken references exist.

disableResourceVersioning Boolean

Immutable. 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 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 are kept. The server sends errors for attempts to read the historical versions.

enableUpdateCreate Boolean

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 return errors. It is strongly advised not to include or encode any sensitive data such as patient identifiers in client-specified resource IDs. Those IDs are part of the FHIR resource path recorded in Cloud audit logs and Pub/Sub notifications. Those IDs can also be contained in reference fields within other resources.

labels Map<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}{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.

name String

Resource name of the FHIR store, of the form projects/{project_id}/datasets/{dataset_id}/fhirStores/{fhir_store_id}.

notificationConfig Property Map

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

streamConfigs List<Property Map>

A list of streaming configs that configure the destinations of streaming export for every resource mutation in this FHIR store. Each store is allowed to have up to 10 streaming configs. After a new config is added, the next resource mutation is streamed to the new location in addition to the existing ones. When a location is removed from the list, the server stops streaming to that location. Before adding a new config, you must add the required bigquery.dataEditor role to your project's Cloud Healthcare Service Agent service account. Some lag (typically on the order of dozens of seconds) is expected before the results show up in the streaming destination.

validationConfig Property Map

Configuration for how to validate incoming FHIR resources against configured profiles.

version String

Immutable. The FHIR specification version that this FHIR store supports natively. This field is immutable after store creation. Requests are rejected if they contain FHIR resources of a different version. Version is required for every FHIR store.

Supporting Types

GoogleCloudHealthcareV1FhirBigQueryDestinationResponse

DatasetUri string

BigQuery URI to an existing dataset, up to 2000 characters long, in the format bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.

Force bool

If this flag is TRUE, all tables are deleted from the dataset before the new exported tables are written. If the flag is not set and the destination dataset contains tables, the export call returns an error. If write_disposition is specified, this parameter is ignored. force=false is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_EMPTY and force=true is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_TRUNCATE.

SchemaConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Healthcare.V1.Inputs.SchemaConfigResponse

The configuration for the exported BigQuery schema.

WriteDisposition string

Determines if existing data in the destination dataset is overwritten, appended to, or not written if the tables contain data. If a write_disposition is specified, the force parameter is ignored.

DatasetUri string

BigQuery URI to an existing dataset, up to 2000 characters long, in the format bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.

Force bool

If this flag is TRUE, all tables are deleted from the dataset before the new exported tables are written. If the flag is not set and the destination dataset contains tables, the export call returns an error. If write_disposition is specified, this parameter is ignored. force=false is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_EMPTY and force=true is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_TRUNCATE.

SchemaConfig SchemaConfigResponse

The configuration for the exported BigQuery schema.

WriteDisposition string

Determines if existing data in the destination dataset is overwritten, appended to, or not written if the tables contain data. If a write_disposition is specified, the force parameter is ignored.

datasetUri String

BigQuery URI to an existing dataset, up to 2000 characters long, in the format bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.

force Boolean

If this flag is TRUE, all tables are deleted from the dataset before the new exported tables are written. If the flag is not set and the destination dataset contains tables, the export call returns an error. If write_disposition is specified, this parameter is ignored. force=false is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_EMPTY and force=true is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_TRUNCATE.

schemaConfig SchemaConfigResponse

The configuration for the exported BigQuery schema.

writeDisposition String

Determines if existing data in the destination dataset is overwritten, appended to, or not written if the tables contain data. If a write_disposition is specified, the force parameter is ignored.

datasetUri string

BigQuery URI to an existing dataset, up to 2000 characters long, in the format bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.

force boolean

If this flag is TRUE, all tables are deleted from the dataset before the new exported tables are written. If the flag is not set and the destination dataset contains tables, the export call returns an error. If write_disposition is specified, this parameter is ignored. force=false is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_EMPTY and force=true is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_TRUNCATE.

schemaConfig SchemaConfigResponse

The configuration for the exported BigQuery schema.

writeDisposition string

Determines if existing data in the destination dataset is overwritten, appended to, or not written if the tables contain data. If a write_disposition is specified, the force parameter is ignored.

dataset_uri str

BigQuery URI to an existing dataset, up to 2000 characters long, in the format bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.

force bool

If this flag is TRUE, all tables are deleted from the dataset before the new exported tables are written. If the flag is not set and the destination dataset contains tables, the export call returns an error. If write_disposition is specified, this parameter is ignored. force=false is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_EMPTY and force=true is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_TRUNCATE.

schema_config SchemaConfigResponse

The configuration for the exported BigQuery schema.

write_disposition str

Determines if existing data in the destination dataset is overwritten, appended to, or not written if the tables contain data. If a write_disposition is specified, the force parameter is ignored.

datasetUri String

BigQuery URI to an existing dataset, up to 2000 characters long, in the format bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.

force Boolean

If this flag is TRUE, all tables are deleted from the dataset before the new exported tables are written. If the flag is not set and the destination dataset contains tables, the export call returns an error. If write_disposition is specified, this parameter is ignored. force=false is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_EMPTY and force=true is equivalent to write_disposition=WRITE_TRUNCATE.

schemaConfig Property Map

The configuration for the exported BigQuery schema.

writeDisposition String

Determines if existing data in the destination dataset is overwritten, appended to, or not written if the tables contain data. If a write_disposition is specified, the force parameter is ignored.

NotificationConfigResponse

PubsubTopic string

The Pub/Sub topic that notifications of changes are published on. Supplied by the client. PubsubMessage.Data contains the resource name. PubsubMessage.MessageId is the ID of this message. It is guaranteed to be unique within the topic. PubsubMessage.PublishTime is the time at which the message was published. Notifications are only sent if the topic is non-empty. Topic names must be scoped to a project. Cloud Healthcare API service account must have publisher permissions on the given Pub/Sub topic. Not having adequate permissions causes the calls that send notifications to fail. If a notification can't be published to Pub/Sub, errors are logged to Cloud Logging (see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging). If the number of errors exceeds a certain rate, some aren't submitted. Note that not all operations trigger notifications, see Configuring Pub/Sub notifications for specific details.

PubsubTopic string

The Pub/Sub topic that notifications of changes are published on. Supplied by the client. PubsubMessage.Data contains the resource name. PubsubMessage.MessageId is the ID of this message. It is guaranteed to be unique within the topic. PubsubMessage.PublishTime is the time at which the message was published. Notifications are only sent if the topic is non-empty. Topic names must be scoped to a project. Cloud Healthcare API service account must have publisher permissions on the given Pub/Sub topic. Not having adequate permissions causes the calls that send notifications to fail. If a notification can't be published to Pub/Sub, errors are logged to Cloud Logging (see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging). If the number of errors exceeds a certain rate, some aren't submitted. Note that not all operations trigger notifications, see Configuring Pub/Sub notifications for specific details.

pubsubTopic String

The Pub/Sub topic that notifications of changes are published on. Supplied by the client. PubsubMessage.Data contains the resource name. PubsubMessage.MessageId is the ID of this message. It is guaranteed to be unique within the topic. PubsubMessage.PublishTime is the time at which the message was published. Notifications are only sent if the topic is non-empty. Topic names must be scoped to a project. Cloud Healthcare API service account must have publisher permissions on the given Pub/Sub topic. Not having adequate permissions causes the calls that send notifications to fail. If a notification can't be published to Pub/Sub, errors are logged to Cloud Logging (see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging). If the number of errors exceeds a certain rate, some aren't submitted. Note that not all operations trigger notifications, see Configuring Pub/Sub notifications for specific details.

pubsubTopic string

The Pub/Sub topic that notifications of changes are published on. Supplied by the client. PubsubMessage.Data contains the resource name. PubsubMessage.MessageId is the ID of this message. It is guaranteed to be unique within the topic. PubsubMessage.PublishTime is the time at which the message was published. Notifications are only sent if the topic is non-empty. Topic names must be scoped to a project. Cloud Healthcare API service account must have publisher permissions on the given Pub/Sub topic. Not having adequate permissions causes the calls that send notifications to fail. If a notification can't be published to Pub/Sub, errors are logged to Cloud Logging (see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging). If the number of errors exceeds a certain rate, some aren't submitted. Note that not all operations trigger notifications, see Configuring Pub/Sub notifications for specific details.

pubsub_topic str

The Pub/Sub topic that notifications of changes are published on. Supplied by the client. PubsubMessage.Data contains the resource name. PubsubMessage.MessageId is the ID of this message. It is guaranteed to be unique within the topic. PubsubMessage.PublishTime is the time at which the message was published. Notifications are only sent if the topic is non-empty. Topic names must be scoped to a project. Cloud Healthcare API service account must have publisher permissions on the given Pub/Sub topic. Not having adequate permissions causes the calls that send notifications to fail. If a notification can't be published to Pub/Sub, errors are logged to Cloud Logging (see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging). If the number of errors exceeds a certain rate, some aren't submitted. Note that not all operations trigger notifications, see Configuring Pub/Sub notifications for specific details.

pubsubTopic String

The Pub/Sub topic that notifications of changes are published on. Supplied by the client. PubsubMessage.Data contains the resource name. PubsubMessage.MessageId is the ID of this message. It is guaranteed to be unique within the topic. PubsubMessage.PublishTime is the time at which the message was published. Notifications are only sent if the topic is non-empty. Topic names must be scoped to a project. Cloud Healthcare API service account must have publisher permissions on the given Pub/Sub topic. Not having adequate permissions causes the calls that send notifications to fail. If a notification can't be published to Pub/Sub, errors are logged to Cloud Logging (see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging). If the number of errors exceeds a certain rate, some aren't submitted. Note that not all operations trigger notifications, see Configuring Pub/Sub notifications for specific details.

SchemaConfigResponse

RecursiveStructureDepth string

The depth for all recursive structures in the output analytics schema. For example, concept in the CodeSystem resource is a recursive structure; when the depth is 2, the CodeSystem table will have a column called concept.concept but not concept.concept.concept. If not specified or set to 0, the server will use the default value 2. The maximum depth allowed is 5.

SchemaType string

Specifies the output schema type. Schema type is required.

RecursiveStructureDepth string

The depth for all recursive structures in the output analytics schema. For example, concept in the CodeSystem resource is a recursive structure; when the depth is 2, the CodeSystem table will have a column called concept.concept but not concept.concept.concept. If not specified or set to 0, the server will use the default value 2. The maximum depth allowed is 5.

SchemaType string

Specifies the output schema type. Schema type is required.

recursiveStructureDepth String

The depth for all recursive structures in the output analytics schema. For example, concept in the CodeSystem resource is a recursive structure; when the depth is 2, the CodeSystem table will have a column called concept.concept but not concept.concept.concept. If not specified or set to 0, the server will use the default value 2. The maximum depth allowed is 5.

schemaType String

Specifies the output schema type. Schema type is required.

recursiveStructureDepth string

The depth for all recursive structures in the output analytics schema. For example, concept in the CodeSystem resource is a recursive structure; when the depth is 2, the CodeSystem table will have a column called concept.concept but not concept.concept.concept. If not specified or set to 0, the server will use the default value 2. The maximum depth allowed is 5.

schemaType string

Specifies the output schema type. Schema type is required.

recursive_structure_depth str

The depth for all recursive structures in the output analytics schema. For example, concept in the CodeSystem resource is a recursive structure; when the depth is 2, the CodeSystem table will have a column called concept.concept but not concept.concept.concept. If not specified or set to 0, the server will use the default value 2. The maximum depth allowed is 5.

schema_type str

Specifies the output schema type. Schema type is required.

recursiveStructureDepth String

The depth for all recursive structures in the output analytics schema. For example, concept in the CodeSystem resource is a recursive structure; when the depth is 2, the CodeSystem table will have a column called concept.concept but not concept.concept.concept. If not specified or set to 0, the server will use the default value 2. The maximum depth allowed is 5.

schemaType String

Specifies the output schema type. Schema type is required.

StreamConfigResponse

BigqueryDestination Pulumi.GoogleNative.Healthcare.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudHealthcareV1FhirBigQueryDestinationResponse

The destination BigQuery structure that contains both the dataset location and corresponding schema config. The output is organized in one table per resource type. The server reuses the existing tables (if any) that are named after the resource types. For example, "Patient", "Observation". When there is no existing table for a given resource type, the server attempts to create one. When a table schema doesn't align with the schema config, either because of existing incompatible schema or out of band incompatible modification, the server does not stream in new data. BigQuery imposes a 1 MB limit on streaming insert row size, therefore any resource mutation that generates more than 1 MB of BigQuery data is not streamed. One resolution in this case is to delete the incompatible table and let the server recreate one, though the newly created table only contains data after the table recreation. Results are written to BigQuery tables according to the parameters in BigQueryDestination.WriteDisposition. Different versions of the same resource are distinguishable by the meta.versionId and meta.lastUpdated columns. The operation (CREATE/UPDATE/DELETE) that results in the new version is recorded in the meta.tag. The tables contain all historical resource versions since streaming was enabled. For query convenience, the server also creates one view per table of the same name containing only the current resource version. The streamed data in the BigQuery dataset is not guaranteed to be completely unique. The combination of the id and meta.versionId columns should ideally identify a single unique row. But in rare cases, duplicates may exist. At query time, users may use the SQL select statement to keep only one of the duplicate rows given an id and meta.versionId pair. Alternatively, the server created view mentioned above also filters out duplicates. If a resource mutation cannot be streamed to BigQuery, errors are logged to Cloud Logging. For more information, see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging).

ResourceTypes List<string>

Supply a FHIR resource type (such as "Patient" or "Observation"). See https://www.hl7.org/fhir/valueset-resource-types.html for a list of all FHIR resource types. The server treats an empty list as an intent to stream all the supported resource types in this FHIR store.

BigqueryDestination GoogleCloudHealthcareV1FhirBigQueryDestinationResponse

The destination BigQuery structure that contains both the dataset location and corresponding schema config. The output is organized in one table per resource type. The server reuses the existing tables (if any) that are named after the resource types. For example, "Patient", "Observation". When there is no existing table for a given resource type, the server attempts to create one. When a table schema doesn't align with the schema config, either because of existing incompatible schema or out of band incompatible modification, the server does not stream in new data. BigQuery imposes a 1 MB limit on streaming insert row size, therefore any resource mutation that generates more than 1 MB of BigQuery data is not streamed. One resolution in this case is to delete the incompatible table and let the server recreate one, though the newly created table only contains data after the table recreation. Results are written to BigQuery tables according to the parameters in BigQueryDestination.WriteDisposition. Different versions of the same resource are distinguishable by the meta.versionId and meta.lastUpdated columns. The operation (CREATE/UPDATE/DELETE) that results in the new version is recorded in the meta.tag. The tables contain all historical resource versions since streaming was enabled. For query convenience, the server also creates one view per table of the same name containing only the current resource version. The streamed data in the BigQuery dataset is not guaranteed to be completely unique. The combination of the id and meta.versionId columns should ideally identify a single unique row. But in rare cases, duplicates may exist. At query time, users may use the SQL select statement to keep only one of the duplicate rows given an id and meta.versionId pair. Alternatively, the server created view mentioned above also filters out duplicates. If a resource mutation cannot be streamed to BigQuery, errors are logged to Cloud Logging. For more information, see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging).

ResourceTypes []string

Supply a FHIR resource type (such as "Patient" or "Observation"). See https://www.hl7.org/fhir/valueset-resource-types.html for a list of all FHIR resource types. The server treats an empty list as an intent to stream all the supported resource types in this FHIR store.

bigqueryDestination GoogleCloudHealthcareV1FhirBigQueryDestinationResponse

The destination BigQuery structure that contains both the dataset location and corresponding schema config. The output is organized in one table per resource type. The server reuses the existing tables (if any) that are named after the resource types. For example, "Patient", "Observation". When there is no existing table for a given resource type, the server attempts to create one. When a table schema doesn't align with the schema config, either because of existing incompatible schema or out of band incompatible modification, the server does not stream in new data. BigQuery imposes a 1 MB limit on streaming insert row size, therefore any resource mutation that generates more than 1 MB of BigQuery data is not streamed. One resolution in this case is to delete the incompatible table and let the server recreate one, though the newly created table only contains data after the table recreation. Results are written to BigQuery tables according to the parameters in BigQueryDestination.WriteDisposition. Different versions of the same resource are distinguishable by the meta.versionId and meta.lastUpdated columns. The operation (CREATE/UPDATE/DELETE) that results in the new version is recorded in the meta.tag. The tables contain all historical resource versions since streaming was enabled. For query convenience, the server also creates one view per table of the same name containing only the current resource version. The streamed data in the BigQuery dataset is not guaranteed to be completely unique. The combination of the id and meta.versionId columns should ideally identify a single unique row. But in rare cases, duplicates may exist. At query time, users may use the SQL select statement to keep only one of the duplicate rows given an id and meta.versionId pair. Alternatively, the server created view mentioned above also filters out duplicates. If a resource mutation cannot be streamed to BigQuery, errors are logged to Cloud Logging. For more information, see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging).

resourceTypes List<String>

Supply a FHIR resource type (such as "Patient" or "Observation"). See https://www.hl7.org/fhir/valueset-resource-types.html for a list of all FHIR resource types. The server treats an empty list as an intent to stream all the supported resource types in this FHIR store.

bigqueryDestination GoogleCloudHealthcareV1FhirBigQueryDestinationResponse

The destination BigQuery structure that contains both the dataset location and corresponding schema config. The output is organized in one table per resource type. The server reuses the existing tables (if any) that are named after the resource types. For example, "Patient", "Observation". When there is no existing table for a given resource type, the server attempts to create one. When a table schema doesn't align with the schema config, either because of existing incompatible schema or out of band incompatible modification, the server does not stream in new data. BigQuery imposes a 1 MB limit on streaming insert row size, therefore any resource mutation that generates more than 1 MB of BigQuery data is not streamed. One resolution in this case is to delete the incompatible table and let the server recreate one, though the newly created table only contains data after the table recreation. Results are written to BigQuery tables according to the parameters in BigQueryDestination.WriteDisposition. Different versions of the same resource are distinguishable by the meta.versionId and meta.lastUpdated columns. The operation (CREATE/UPDATE/DELETE) that results in the new version is recorded in the meta.tag. The tables contain all historical resource versions since streaming was enabled. For query convenience, the server also creates one view per table of the same name containing only the current resource version. The streamed data in the BigQuery dataset is not guaranteed to be completely unique. The combination of the id and meta.versionId columns should ideally identify a single unique row. But in rare cases, duplicates may exist. At query time, users may use the SQL select statement to keep only one of the duplicate rows given an id and meta.versionId pair. Alternatively, the server created view mentioned above also filters out duplicates. If a resource mutation cannot be streamed to BigQuery, errors are logged to Cloud Logging. For more information, see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging).

resourceTypes string[]

Supply a FHIR resource type (such as "Patient" or "Observation"). See https://www.hl7.org/fhir/valueset-resource-types.html for a list of all FHIR resource types. The server treats an empty list as an intent to stream all the supported resource types in this FHIR store.

bigquery_destination GoogleCloudHealthcareV1FhirBigQueryDestinationResponse

The destination BigQuery structure that contains both the dataset location and corresponding schema config. The output is organized in one table per resource type. The server reuses the existing tables (if any) that are named after the resource types. For example, "Patient", "Observation". When there is no existing table for a given resource type, the server attempts to create one. When a table schema doesn't align with the schema config, either because of existing incompatible schema or out of band incompatible modification, the server does not stream in new data. BigQuery imposes a 1 MB limit on streaming insert row size, therefore any resource mutation that generates more than 1 MB of BigQuery data is not streamed. One resolution in this case is to delete the incompatible table and let the server recreate one, though the newly created table only contains data after the table recreation. Results are written to BigQuery tables according to the parameters in BigQueryDestination.WriteDisposition. Different versions of the same resource are distinguishable by the meta.versionId and meta.lastUpdated columns. The operation (CREATE/UPDATE/DELETE) that results in the new version is recorded in the meta.tag. The tables contain all historical resource versions since streaming was enabled. For query convenience, the server also creates one view per table of the same name containing only the current resource version. The streamed data in the BigQuery dataset is not guaranteed to be completely unique. The combination of the id and meta.versionId columns should ideally identify a single unique row. But in rare cases, duplicates may exist. At query time, users may use the SQL select statement to keep only one of the duplicate rows given an id and meta.versionId pair. Alternatively, the server created view mentioned above also filters out duplicates. If a resource mutation cannot be streamed to BigQuery, errors are logged to Cloud Logging. For more information, see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging).

resource_types Sequence[str]

Supply a FHIR resource type (such as "Patient" or "Observation"). See https://www.hl7.org/fhir/valueset-resource-types.html for a list of all FHIR resource types. The server treats an empty list as an intent to stream all the supported resource types in this FHIR store.

bigqueryDestination Property Map

The destination BigQuery structure that contains both the dataset location and corresponding schema config. The output is organized in one table per resource type. The server reuses the existing tables (if any) that are named after the resource types. For example, "Patient", "Observation". When there is no existing table for a given resource type, the server attempts to create one. When a table schema doesn't align with the schema config, either because of existing incompatible schema or out of band incompatible modification, the server does not stream in new data. BigQuery imposes a 1 MB limit on streaming insert row size, therefore any resource mutation that generates more than 1 MB of BigQuery data is not streamed. One resolution in this case is to delete the incompatible table and let the server recreate one, though the newly created table only contains data after the table recreation. Results are written to BigQuery tables according to the parameters in BigQueryDestination.WriteDisposition. Different versions of the same resource are distinguishable by the meta.versionId and meta.lastUpdated columns. The operation (CREATE/UPDATE/DELETE) that results in the new version is recorded in the meta.tag. The tables contain all historical resource versions since streaming was enabled. For query convenience, the server also creates one view per table of the same name containing only the current resource version. The streamed data in the BigQuery dataset is not guaranteed to be completely unique. The combination of the id and meta.versionId columns should ideally identify a single unique row. But in rare cases, duplicates may exist. At query time, users may use the SQL select statement to keep only one of the duplicate rows given an id and meta.versionId pair. Alternatively, the server created view mentioned above also filters out duplicates. If a resource mutation cannot be streamed to BigQuery, errors are logged to Cloud Logging. For more information, see Viewing error logs in Cloud Logging).

resourceTypes List<String>

Supply a FHIR resource type (such as "Patient" or "Observation"). See https://www.hl7.org/fhir/valueset-resource-types.html for a list of all FHIR resource types. The server treats an empty list as an intent to stream all the supported resource types in this FHIR store.

ValidationConfigResponse

DisableFhirpathValidation bool

Whether to disable FHIRPath validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against FHIRPath requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

DisableProfileValidation bool

Whether to disable profile validation for this FHIR store. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against structure definitions in this FHIR store.

DisableReferenceTypeValidation bool

Whether to disable reference type validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against reference type requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

DisableRequiredFieldValidation bool

Whether to disable required fields validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against required fields requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

EnabledImplementationGuides List<string>

A list of implementation guide URLs in this FHIR store that are used to configure the profiles to use for validation. For example, to use the US Core profiles for validation, set enabled_implementation_guides to ["http://hl7.org/fhir/us/core/ImplementationGuide/ig"]. If enabled_implementation_guides is empty or omitted, then incoming resources are only required to conform to the base FHIR profiles. Otherwise, a resource must conform to at least one profile listed in the global property of one of the enabled ImplementationGuides. The Cloud Healthcare API does not currently enforce all of the rules in a StructureDefinition. The following rules are supported: - min/max - minValue/maxValue - maxLength - type - fixed[x] - pattern[x] on simple types - slicing, when using "value" as the discriminator type When a URL cannot be resolved (for example, in a type assertion), the server does not return an error.

DisableFhirpathValidation bool

Whether to disable FHIRPath validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against FHIRPath requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

DisableProfileValidation bool

Whether to disable profile validation for this FHIR store. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against structure definitions in this FHIR store.

DisableReferenceTypeValidation bool

Whether to disable reference type validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against reference type requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

DisableRequiredFieldValidation bool

Whether to disable required fields validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against required fields requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

EnabledImplementationGuides []string

A list of implementation guide URLs in this FHIR store that are used to configure the profiles to use for validation. For example, to use the US Core profiles for validation, set enabled_implementation_guides to ["http://hl7.org/fhir/us/core/ImplementationGuide/ig"]. If enabled_implementation_guides is empty or omitted, then incoming resources are only required to conform to the base FHIR profiles. Otherwise, a resource must conform to at least one profile listed in the global property of one of the enabled ImplementationGuides. The Cloud Healthcare API does not currently enforce all of the rules in a StructureDefinition. The following rules are supported: - min/max - minValue/maxValue - maxLength - type - fixed[x] - pattern[x] on simple types - slicing, when using "value" as the discriminator type When a URL cannot be resolved (for example, in a type assertion), the server does not return an error.

disableFhirpathValidation Boolean

Whether to disable FHIRPath validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against FHIRPath requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disableProfileValidation Boolean

Whether to disable profile validation for this FHIR store. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against structure definitions in this FHIR store.

disableReferenceTypeValidation Boolean

Whether to disable reference type validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against reference type requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disableRequiredFieldValidation Boolean

Whether to disable required fields validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against required fields requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

enabledImplementationGuides List<String>

A list of implementation guide URLs in this FHIR store that are used to configure the profiles to use for validation. For example, to use the US Core profiles for validation, set enabled_implementation_guides to ["http://hl7.org/fhir/us/core/ImplementationGuide/ig"]. If enabled_implementation_guides is empty or omitted, then incoming resources are only required to conform to the base FHIR profiles. Otherwise, a resource must conform to at least one profile listed in the global property of one of the enabled ImplementationGuides. The Cloud Healthcare API does not currently enforce all of the rules in a StructureDefinition. The following rules are supported: - min/max - minValue/maxValue - maxLength - type - fixed[x] - pattern[x] on simple types - slicing, when using "value" as the discriminator type When a URL cannot be resolved (for example, in a type assertion), the server does not return an error.

disableFhirpathValidation boolean

Whether to disable FHIRPath validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against FHIRPath requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disableProfileValidation boolean

Whether to disable profile validation for this FHIR store. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against structure definitions in this FHIR store.

disableReferenceTypeValidation boolean

Whether to disable reference type validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against reference type requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disableRequiredFieldValidation boolean

Whether to disable required fields validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against required fields requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

enabledImplementationGuides string[]

A list of implementation guide URLs in this FHIR store that are used to configure the profiles to use for validation. For example, to use the US Core profiles for validation, set enabled_implementation_guides to ["http://hl7.org/fhir/us/core/ImplementationGuide/ig"]. If enabled_implementation_guides is empty or omitted, then incoming resources are only required to conform to the base FHIR profiles. Otherwise, a resource must conform to at least one profile listed in the global property of one of the enabled ImplementationGuides. The Cloud Healthcare API does not currently enforce all of the rules in a StructureDefinition. The following rules are supported: - min/max - minValue/maxValue - maxLength - type - fixed[x] - pattern[x] on simple types - slicing, when using "value" as the discriminator type When a URL cannot be resolved (for example, in a type assertion), the server does not return an error.

disable_fhirpath_validation bool

Whether to disable FHIRPath validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against FHIRPath requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disable_profile_validation bool

Whether to disable profile validation for this FHIR store. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against structure definitions in this FHIR store.

disable_reference_type_validation bool

Whether to disable reference type validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against reference type requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disable_required_field_validation bool

Whether to disable required fields validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against required fields requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

enabled_implementation_guides Sequence[str]

A list of implementation guide URLs in this FHIR store that are used to configure the profiles to use for validation. For example, to use the US Core profiles for validation, set enabled_implementation_guides to ["http://hl7.org/fhir/us/core/ImplementationGuide/ig"]. If enabled_implementation_guides is empty or omitted, then incoming resources are only required to conform to the base FHIR profiles. Otherwise, a resource must conform to at least one profile listed in the global property of one of the enabled ImplementationGuides. The Cloud Healthcare API does not currently enforce all of the rules in a StructureDefinition. The following rules are supported: - min/max - minValue/maxValue - maxLength - type - fixed[x] - pattern[x] on simple types - slicing, when using "value" as the discriminator type When a URL cannot be resolved (for example, in a type assertion), the server does not return an error.

disableFhirpathValidation Boolean

Whether to disable FHIRPath validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against FHIRPath requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disableProfileValidation Boolean

Whether to disable profile validation for this FHIR store. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against structure definitions in this FHIR store.

disableReferenceTypeValidation Boolean

Whether to disable reference type validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against reference type requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

disableRequiredFieldValidation Boolean

Whether to disable required fields validation for incoming resources. Set this to true to disable checking incoming resources for conformance against required fields requirement defined in the FHIR specification. This property only affects resource types that do not have profiles configured for them, any rules in enabled implementation guides will still be enforced.

enabledImplementationGuides List<String>

A list of implementation guide URLs in this FHIR store that are used to configure the profiles to use for validation. For example, to use the US Core profiles for validation, set enabled_implementation_guides to ["http://hl7.org/fhir/us/core/ImplementationGuide/ig"]. If enabled_implementation_guides is empty or omitted, then incoming resources are only required to conform to the base FHIR profiles. Otherwise, a resource must conform to at least one profile listed in the global property of one of the enabled ImplementationGuides. The Cloud Healthcare API does not currently enforce all of the rules in a StructureDefinition. The following rules are supported: - min/max - minValue/maxValue - maxLength - type - fixed[x] - pattern[x] on simple types - slicing, when using "value" as the discriminator type When a URL cannot be resolved (for example, in a type assertion), the server does not return an error.

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