SMART defines a discovery document available at .well-known/smart-configuration relative to a FHIR Server Base URL, allowing clients to learn the authorization endpoint URLs and features a server supports. This information helps client direct authorization requests to the right endpoint, and helps clients construct an authorization request that the server can support.
I'm using kubectl commands to connect to the Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) application programming interface (API) server. I received the message "error: You must be logged in to the server (Unauthorized)".
When you run a kubectl command, a request is sent to the Amazon EKS cluster API server. Then, the Amazon EKS authenticator tries to authenticate this request. Therefore, check EKS authenticator logs in CloudWatch to identify the issue.
You can assign each leaderboard an optional reset schedule. Records contained in the leaderboard will expire based on this schedule and users will be able to submit new scores for each reset cycle. At the expiry of each reset period the server triggers callbacks with the current leaderboard state. Read about about it Leaderboards Best Practices and see the Tiered Leagues guide for an example use case.
A user can submit a score to a leaderboard and update it at any time for non-authoritative leaderboards. For authoritative leaderboards, scores can only be submitted using the server runtime functions.
These prototypes incorporated diverse functionality. Cerner demonstrated the ability to dynamically determine, based on patient demographics, which apps should be offered to the user. Harris demonstrated how federation services could produce real-time queries combining patient data from distinct FHIR servers to generate a more complete longitudinal medical record.
Once the authorization grant response has been received, theseparate window / user agent for the facilitating the grantinteraction should be automatically closed, where possible(an example of this for web-based applications is includedearlier in this document.) In the event this step is eithernot successful or not possible, content is provided by theauthorization server to inform the user if it is safe toclose the additional window. The authorization server itselfwill not attempt to self-close the window, as this generallyresults in a prompt from the browser asking for permission.
NOTE: The authorization server will not explicitly indicatewhether a token was revoked or suspended. As a result, thereare additional recommendations to improve the overallinteraction with the end-user as described below.
When the authorization server suspends a refresh token,the user can re-approve the application so that asubsequent token refresh will succeed. The applicationmust present the error_uri link to the user so that theycan launch the management application to re-approve the token.However, if the user does not do this, or they deny the re-approval, then the token refresh will continue to fail.As an alternative, the application can request an entirelynew token via a new authorization grant request.
While the Cerner authorization server provides OpenID Connect support, it does not currently implement any of the draft log-out specifications currently proposed by the community. Cerner continues to track on developments in this ecosystem.
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The driving application could be an EHR, a PACS, a worklist or any other clinical workflow system. The driving application integrates the Hub, the SMART authorization server and a FHIR server. As part of a SMART launch, the app requests appropriate fhircast OAuth 2.0 scopes and receives the initial shared context as well as the location of the Hub and a unique hub.topic session identifier.
A graphical user interface also allows users to access another computer remotely. Navigating devices remotely in GUIs is more straightforward and requires little experience, unlike in CLIs. IT professionals use GUI to manage servers and access user computers remotely.
This implementation guide is intended to be used by developers of backend services (clients) and FHIR Resource Servers (e.g., EHR systems, data warehouses, and other clinical and administrative systems) that aim to interoperate by sharing large FHIR datasets. The guide defines the application programming interfaces (APIs) through which an authenticated and authorized client may request a Bulk Data Export from a server, receive status information regarding progress in the generation of the requested files, and retrieve these files. It also includes recommendations regarding the FHIR resources that might be exposed through the export interface.
All exchanges described herein between a client and a server SHALL be secured using Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.2 (RFC5246) or a more recent version of TLS. Use of mutual TLS is OPTIONAL.
With each of the requests described herein, implementers SHOULD implement OAuth 2.0 access management in accordance with the SMART Backend Services Authorization Profile. When SMART Backend Services Authorization is used, Bulk Data Status Request and Bulk Data Output File Requests with requiresAccessToken=true SHALL be protected the same way the Bulk Data Kick-off Request, including an access token with scopes that cover all resources being exported. A server MAY additionally restrict Bulk Data Status Request and Bulk Data Output File Requests by limiting them to the client that originated the export. Implementations MAY include endpoints that use authorization schemes other than OAuth 2.0, such as mutual-TLS or signed URLs.
Healthcare organizations have an imperative to protect PHI persisted in file servers in both cloud and data-center environments. A range of existing and emerging approaches can be used to accomplish this, not all of which would be visible at the API level. This specification does not dictate a particular approach at this time, though it does support the use of an Expires header to limit the time period a file will be available for client download (removal of the file from the server is left up to the server implementer). A server SHOULD NOT delete files from a Bulk Data response that a client is actively in the process of downloading regardless of the pre-specified expiration time.
c. Output File Server - server that returns FHIR Bulk Data files and attachments in response to urls in the completion manifest. This may be built into the FHIR Server, or may be independently hosted.
The Bulk Data Export Operation initiates the asynchronous generation of a requested export dataset - whether that be data for all patients, data for a subset (defined group) of patients, or all FHIR data in the server.
The Resource FHIR server SHALL support invocation of this operation using the FHIR Asynchronous Request Pattern. A server SHALL support GET requests and MAY support POST requests that supply parameters using the FHIR Parameters Resource.
A client MAY repeat kick-off parameters that accept comma delimited values multiple times in a kick-off request. The server SHALL treat the values provided as if they were comma delimited values within a single instance of the parameter. Note that we will be soliciting feedback on the use of comma delimited values within parameters, and depending on the response may consider deprecating this input approach in favor of repeating parameters in a future version of this IG.
If a FHIR server supports Group-level data export, it SHOULD support reading and searching for Group resource. This enables clients to discover available groups based on stable characteristics such as Group.identifier.
Export data from a FHIR server, whether or not it is associated with a patient. This supports use cases like backing up a server, or exporting terminology data by restricting the resources returned using the _type parameter.
Specifies the format of the optional FHIR OperationOutcome resource response to the kick-off request. Currently, only application/fhir+json is supported. A client SHOULD provide this header. If omitted, the server MAY return an error or MAY process the request as if application/fhir+json was supplied.
Specifies whether the response is immediate or asynchronous. Currently, only a value of respond-async is supported. A client SHOULD provide this header. If omitted, the server MAY return an error or MAY process the request as if respond-async was supplied.
If an includeAssociatedValue value relevant to provenance is not specified, or if this parameter is not supported by a server, the server SHALL include all available Provenance resources whose Provenance.target is a resource in the Patient compartment in a patient level export request, and all available Provenance resources in a system level export request unless a specific resource set is specified using the _type parameter and this set does not include Provenance.
To request finer-grained filtering, a client MAY supply a _typeFilter parameter alongside the _type parameter. The value of the _typeFilter parameter is a comma-separated list of FHIR REST API queries that restrict the results of the export. FHIR search response parameters such as _include and _sort SHALL NOT be used. Since support for _typeFilter is OPTIONAL for a FHIR server, clients SHOULD be robust to servers that ignore _typeFilter. A client MAY repeat the _typeFilter parameter multiple times in a kick-off request. When repeated, the server SHALL treat the repeated values as if they were comma delimited values within a single _typeFilter parameter. 2b1af7f3a8