For example, in a
Create operation the method parameter annotated with this
annotation will contain the actual resource being created.
Parameters with this annotation should typically be of the type of resource being
operated on (see below for an exception when raw data is required). For example, in a
IResourceProvider for Patient resources, the parameter annotated with this
annotation should be of type Patient.
Note that in servers it is also acceptable to have parameters with this annotation
which are of type
String or of type
byte. Parameters of
these types will contain the raw/unparsed HTTP request body. It is fine to
have multiple parameters with this annotation, so you can have one parameter
which accepts the parsed resource, and another which accepts the raw request.
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