kandi X-RAY | client-py Summary
kandi X-RAY | client-py Summary
This is fhirclient, a flexible Python client for [FHIR] servers supporting the [SMART on FHIR][smart] protocol. The client is compatible with Python 2.7.10 and Python 3. Client versioning is not identical to FHIR versioning. The master branch is usually on the latest version of the client as shown below, possibly on bugfix releases thereof. The develop branch should be on recent freezes, and the feature/latest-ci branch is periodically updated to the latest FHIR continuous integration builds.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handle a callback URL
- Make POST request
- Request an access token from the server
- Return the authorization parameters for a given code
- Update this object with the given JSON representation
- Check if value matches the given typ
- List of element properties
- Resolve a resolved resource
- Return the reference identifier
- Make a GET request
- Performs the operations on the given server
- Refreshes a new token
- Find version string
- Create a FHIRElement resource from a dictionary
- Setup the WSGI application
- Check if the connection is ready
- Return the patient object
- Returns all resources that match the given struct
- Construct the authorization URI
- Prepare a search parameter
- Return a JSON representation of the object
- Generate a basic html page
- Construct a query string
- Update this resource
- Creates a resource
- Delete this resource from the server
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Trending Discussions on client-py
I'm trying to use Poetry to manage my python projects, but some PyPI dependencies don't have a version number such as this one.
I thus get such errors...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-12 at 06:25
Thanks to @Lain Shelvington's comments. I got the package name wrong. I took the name from its GitHub repo, but the PyPI package is named differently.
poetry update works after fixing the name. However, Poetry's inability to distinguish the package name error from its version tag issue is a bit confusing.
I am trying to use the module community.kubernetes.k8s – Manage Kubernetes (K8s) objects with variables from the role (e.g. role/sampleRole/vars file).
I am failing when it comes to the integer point e.g.:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-22 at 13:59
You could try the following as a workaround; in this example, we're creating a text template, and then using the
from_yaml filter to transform this into our desired data structure:
I'm trying to query data from InfluxDBv2 (2.0.2) using python3. The query is in flux, it works well inside InfluxDB (it displays the data well). I've tried to executed inside the same VM (Ubuntu 18.04) and the host machine (Windows10 Jupyter python-kernel=python3)....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-18 at 08:21
Did you read the error?
The following code worked in the python API for Grakn 1.5.9:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-01 at 10:07
The docs relevant to this question are found here: https://dev.grakn.ai/docs/concept-api/overview
Before the Grakn clients version 1.8.0, concepts always retained a connection to the server directly. This enabled users to do calls into the Grakn server using using methods like
As of >1.8.0, client-side concepts are either
Local concepts or
Localconcepts are simple value objects that retain Id, Label, Type, Value (for attributes) and other state they directly contain. Clients return
Localin general from queries and other operations.
Remoteconcepts are obtained from
Localconcepts by passing a transaction to the concept using
concept.asRemote(tx). This re-enables them to connect to the server as in the older versions of the grakn clients.
This change was made to ensure users are aware which operations are potentially expensive and require trips over the network, and which are fast and operate on local values only.
So I am trying to create a binary file and save it into my database. I am using REDIS and SQLALCHEMY as a framework for my database. I can use
send_file to send the actual file whenever the user accesses a URL but how do I make sure that the file is saved in the route and it could stay there every time a user accesses the URL.
I am sending the file from a client-python it's not in my directory
what I need in a nutshell is to save the file from the client-python to a database to "downloadable" it to the browser-client so it would actually be available for the browser-client is there any way of doing this? Maybe a different way that I didn't think about...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-23 at 16:25
I had to encode the data with base64, send it to the database and then decode it and send the file as binary data.
I'm testing out
fhirclient 4.0.0 (
Python 3.7) with hapi R4 server
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-25 at 12:05
The HAPI server returns an invalid CapabilityStatement resource, where the type of the searchParam 'near' for Location has not been filled in - I did some checking on that. So the bug is not in your client; actually it works perfectly by telling you what is wrong at the end of the trace, underneath "FHIRValidationError".
Your best option is to reach out to the HAPI server developers and ask them to correct their CapabilityStatement.
I am trying to create a new service for one of my deployments named
node-js-deployment in GCE hostes Kubernetes Cluster
I followed the Documentation to create_namespaced_service
This is the service data:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-04 at 15:22
From reading your code, it seems that you miss assigning the metadata to
body.metadata. And you missed that the
ports field of the
V1ServiceSpec is supposed to be a list, but you used a single
V1ServicePort so without testing I assume this should works:
Looking at a client library for the Kubernetes API, I couldn't find an option to retrieve the output returned from a command execution inside the container. If we take the following python code example, can I get the actual output returned from the container start command?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-14 at 03:24
This code will print the log (stdout output) after the job has completed:
I'm trying to run a basic
ls command using
kubernetes package via
cli.connect_post_namespaced_pod_exec() however I get a stacktrace that I do not know how to debug. Yes I have tried searching around but I'm not really sure what the problem is as I'm using documentation example from here
macOS Sierra 10.12.2
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-21 at 01:24
Kubernetes 1.4+ REST API likely will not work with a Python client on MacOS X if you are using system Python 2.7. This is because I believe it requires TLS 1.2 for secure connections and OpenSSL on MacOS X used by system Python 2.7, only supports up to TLS 1.1.
You will have to use either Python from HomeBrew, or PSF version of Python 3.6. If using PSF Python 3.6, ensure you do the extra post install step to install the certificate bundle.
I'm trying make sense of XML messages in Python with the use of PyXB.
However, when I install PyXB, I'm getting an error when trying to use the pyxbgen command: "'pxbgen' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."
I'm using Anaconda to manage packages and I'm running Windows 10.
For context, I've been trying to follow this GitHub readme, but I'm stuck on generating classes:
I've tried installing from pip as well as through conda-forge but the result is the same (and I also can't locate the pyxbgen file). I've also tried using setup.py manually, after which I found the pyxbgen file but still cannot use it.
I have seen the issue appearing on the internet but no real solution. Any advice on how to solve/diagnose the issue?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-02 at 23:55
First, you need
pxbgen. If it's not found ask
pip where it's installed:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use client-py like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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