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Example OperationDefinition/Subscription-get-ws-binding-token (Narrative)

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Note that this is the formal definition for the get-ws-binding-token operation as an OperationDefinition on Subscription. See the Operation documentation

URL: [base]/Subscription/$get-ws-binding-token

URL: [base]/Subscription/[id]/$get-ws-binding-token



At the Instance level, this parameter is ignored. At the Resource level, one or more parameters containing a FHIR id for a Subscription to get a token for. In the absence of any specified ids, the server may either return a token for all Subscriptions available to the caller with a channel-type of websocket or fail the request.


An access token that a client may use to show authorization during a websocket connection. The security details of the token are implementation-dependent and beyond the scope of this operation definition.


The date and time this token is valid until.


The subscriptions this token is valid for.


The URL the client should use to connect to Websockets.



Usage note: every effort has been made to ensure that the examples are correct and useful, but they are not a normative part of the specification.