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fhir-swagger

2.3.0 • Public • Published

FHIR to Swagger

Generate Swagger from a FHIR conformance profile

Usage

Command Line

Install:

npm install -g fhir-swagger

Generate Swagger DSTU3:

fhir-swagger \
--fhir_url "http://fhirtest.uhn.ca/baseDstu3" \
--conformance_path="/metadata?_format=application/json" \
--dstu3 \
--output swagger.json

Generate Swagger R4:

fhir-swagger \
--fhir_url "http://<your_base>/app/FHIR/r4" \
--conformance_path="/metadata?_format=application/json" \
--r4 \
--output swagger.json

NodeJS

Install:

npm install --save fhir-swagger

Use in code:

var fhirToSwagger = require('fhir-swagger')
var options = {
  fhir_url: 'http://fhirtest.uhn.ca/baseDstu3',
  conformance_path: '/metadata?_format=application/json',
}
 
fhirToSwagger(options, function(err, swagger) {
  console.log(swagger.info.title);
})

Docker

Build

docker build -t <your username>/fhir-swagger .

Run

docker run --network host <your username>/fhir-swagger --fhir_url "http://<your_base>/app/FHIR/r4" --conformance_path="/metadata?_format=application/json" --r4 

All Options

These options can be passed in to the NodeJS function or the command line.

  • fhir_url: The base URL of the FHIR server
  • conformance_path: The path where the conformance profile can be found
  • reject_unauthorized: Ignore SSL certificate errors if set to false

Authorization

You can use the --username and --password options on the command line, or pass in an auth object in NodeJS to perform basic authorization when accessing the conformance profile:

fhirToSwagger({
  auth: {username: 'foo', password: 'bar'}
}, function(err, swagger) {
 
})

Keywords

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Install

npm i fhir-swagger

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Version

2.3.0

License

MIT

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