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For the purposes of this specification, the following rules apply: is a distinct entity from either of the above.
This does not mean that the two addresses need to be treated the same, or that a server must serve both addresses, or that the content from the two addresses must be identical, but just that if these two addresses have the same identity, and if both are served, they must both represent the same underlying object.
The draft-08 milestone will track the evolving scope of the draft You can apply constraints on an instance by adding validation keywords to the schema.
For example, the “type” keyword can be used to restrict an instance to an object, array, string, number, boolean, or null: JSON Schema is hypermedia ready, and ideal for annotating your existing JSON-based HTTP API.
The JSON Schema project intends to shepherd the Core, Validation, and Hyper-Schema specifications to RFC status.
Currently, we are continuing to improve our self-published Internet-Drafts.
Progress on the next set of Internet-Drafts can be tracked on Git Hub.This specification uses the underscore as a prefix to disambiguate reserved names from other names in 3 cases: is used as a prefix to operation names that are RPC-like additions to the base API defined either by this specification or by implementers.The Service Base URL is the address where all of the resources defined by this interface are found.The Service Base URL takes the form of All the logical interactions are defined relative to the service root URL.This means that if the address of any one FHIR resource on a system is known, the address of other resources may be determined.