Firely Terminal is a cross platform command line tool with a range of commands for working with FHIR resources and installing and publishing FHIR packages.

Installation

1. Install the .NET SDK:
Make sure version 6.0 or later is installed.. f you run into issues see the trouble shooting page.

2. Install Firely Terminal

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Run this command on the command line for first time installation
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Run this command on the command line for updating from an older version
Features
  • Interact with FHIR servers: get, put, post, search
  • Write/read FHIR resources to/from disk
  • FHIR STU3, R4, R4B and R5
  • Install, create and manage FHIR packages
  • Bundle resources, and split bundles
  • Snapshot generation, ValueSet expansion
  • Transform resources to xml or json
  • Resolve canonical URLs
  • Profiled resource validation
  • Simplifier project synchronization
  • Filter resources (using FhirPath)
Licensed Features
  • FQL FHIR data querying
  • QC Quality Control and bulk validation
  • Bake package publication pipeline
  • YAMLGen Reosurce / Example generation

Documentation

To learn more, you can read more about it in our documentation. You can get brief documentation /help in the tool, like this:

> fhir ? > fhir [command] ?

Examples

> fhir spec r4 Now using FHIR specfication R4
> fhir server add fs https://server.fire.ly New FHIR server alias added. Alias: fs Url: https://server.fire.ly Format: Json
> fhir read fs Patient/f201 Resource Patient/f201 pushed on the stack.
> fhir save patient.json Resource from top of stack saved as patient.json
> fhir search fs Observation _count=20 20 resources where pushed on the stack
> fhir bundle Pushed bundle on the stack
> fhir resolve http://hl7.org/fhir/StructureDefinition/Patient Resource found in Simplifier. Pushed on the stack.
> fhir query "from Patient select name.given, name.family" Eve Everywoman Adam Everyman