_lastUpdated & _createdAt

Filter by the modification date

Search by the last modification time of the resource meta.lastUpdated(note: ts column in database) or by the creation time meta.createdAt(note: cts column in the database)

GET /Patient?_lastUpdated=2019-01-01
GET /Patient?_createdAt=2019-01-01

Value can be partial ISO date:

  • only year - 2019

  • year and month - 2019-03

  • date - 2019-03-05

  • hours - 2019-03-05T12

  • mins - 2019-03-05T12:30

  • secs - 2019-03-05T12:30:30

  • micro-secs - 2019-03-05T12:30:30.333444

  • with timezone - 2019-03-05T12:30:30Z or 2019-03-05T12:30:30+03

Do not forget url encode value of the expression in your code! Browser and Aidbox REST console will do some of encoding for you.

2019-03-05T12:30:30+03 =>2019-03-05T12%3A30%3A30%2B03

If you use = operator, Aidbox rounds the query date to the max and min value and searches in between this range:

ts <= max_date_bound('2019-01-01') AND ts >= min_date_bound('2019-01-01')

You can use operators lt,le,gt,ge as the prefix of value to make Aidbox generate inequality queries:

_lastUpdated=lt2019-01 => ts < max_date_bound('2019-01')
_lastUpdated=ge2019-01 => ts >= min_date_bound('2019-01')

Aidbox uses the PostgreSQL precision for lastUpdated/ts and createdAt/cts - it's usually micro-seconds