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Data sharing and permissions in XNAT are a complex topic. For more detail on what sharing behaviors are supported in XNAT, see How To Share Data in XNAT.


Share Subject And Its Experiments Into A New Project

PUT - /data/projects/{original-project-id}/subjects/{subject-id | subject-label}/projects/{shared-project-id}

Parameters

{original-project-id}Required path parameter. Specify the ID of the project that owns a given subject.
{subject-id} or {subject-label}Required path parameter.
{shared-project-id}

Required path parameter. Specify the ID of the project that you intend a subject to be shared into.

Logged-in user must have ownership permissions in the shared project.

labelOptional querystring parameter. Specify a new label for this subject that will be used in the shared project, if desired.
primary

Optional querystring parameter.

  • If set to "true", you are changing the primary ownership of the subject from the original project to the new project.

Logged-in user must have ownership permissions in both projects to change the primary ownership.

format

Optional querystring parameter. Specify the format of the returned response.

  • html (default)
  • json
  • xml
  • csv

Response Codes

200OK
403Forbidden – User does not have permission to perform the requested operation
404Not Found – Project ID not recognized
409Conflict – Attempting to write data into an XNAT object that already exists

Response Format
Returns the subject metadata from the original project



Get A List Of Shared Projects Associated With A Subject

This query will return a list of all projects associated with a subject. The root project ID in the URI can be either a project that owns the subject or a shared project.

GET - /data/projects/{project-id}/subjects/{subject-id | subject-label}/projects

Parameters

{project-id}Required path parameter
{subject-id} or {subject-label}Required path parameter
format

Optional querystring parameter. Specify the format of the returned response.

  • html (default)
  • json
  • xml
  • csv

Response Format
Displaying JSON results. Note that the response does not specify which project owns a subject.

{
  "ResultSet": {
    "Result": [
      {
        "label": "string",
        "ID": "string",
        "Secondary_ID": "string",
        "Name": "string"
      },
      ...
    ]
  }
}



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