Download Torinox

Fetch and post data to any FHIR server, install packages, bundle resources and much more.

Command line tool

Torinox is a command line tool for FHIR. You get a whole range of small utilities at your disposal with just typing fhir in the command line.

Installation

  1. Make sure dotnet core 2.1 SDK is installed
  2. From the command line, run dotnet tool install -g torinox
  3. Run fhir -h for help

Update

When you have previously installed Torinox, this is the way to update it.
  1. Check the version of Torinox using: fhir --version
  2. Check on nuget.org if you have the latest
  3. From the command line, run dotnet tool update -g torinox

Examples

> fhir server add vonk https://vonk.fire.ly > fhir read vonk AllergyIntolerance/c396d692-74f4-46d1-90a2-41ac056f2ad2 > fhir save allergy1.json Resource from top of stack saved as allergy1.json > fhir search vonk 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.
Features
  • Download and upload FHIR resources
  • Communicate with FHIR servers: get, put, post, search
  • Install, create and manage FHIR packages
  • Bundle resources, and split bundles
  • Transform resources to xml or json
  • Zip, unzip FHIR resources
  • Resolve canonical URL's
  • Profiled Resource Validation
  • Create snapshots
  • Synchronize Simplifier projects with a local folder
  • Filter resources with FhirPath
  • Save resources with a filename built from fields in the resource