Creating your own FHIR Server: revised

So I’ve written an earlier post describing how you can use the excellent HAPI FHIR engine to host your own FHIR server. This used the CLI (Command Line Interface) tool, and has worked well for me in the past – for example most of the clinFHIR modules have used this as the back end storage.

However, this is definitely only useful for development and testing, and recently there have been some issues running the more recent versions of the CLI so I decided to take a closer look at other options – in particular using Docker to host the server.

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