These keys can be substituted for the full XML Path when referencing variables in PUT or POST procedures. When using the querystring to define your variables, you should include the ?req_format parameter with a value of "qs" to prevent the body of the message from being parsed.

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xsiType

All PUT and POST operations allow you to use the querystring parameter 'xsiType' to specify the related data type in your schema. This is only necessary when the level you are referencing could have multiple extensions. For example, /data/projects/{ID}/subjects/{ID}/experiments/{ID}. This could be an instance of an xnat:mrSessionData, xnat:petSessionData, or any other data type which extends xnat:subjectAssessorData. So, if you are not including XML to describe your resource, you must use the xsiType parameter (before any other parameters) to specify which type of item you are creating. For example: 

/data/projects/{ID}/subjects/{ID}/experiments/{ID}?xsiType=xnat:mrSessionData

 







xnat:reconstructedImageData

Reconstructions are deprecated in XNAT 1.7

The following parameters are available at these URIs:

/data/projects/{ID}/subjects/{ID}/experiments/{ID}/reconstructions
/data/projects/{ID}/subjects/{ID}/experiments/{ID}/reconstructions/{ID}


VARIABLE NAME

XML PATH

ID

xnat:reconstructedImageData/ID

type

xnat:reconstructedImageData/type

baseScanType

xnat:reconstructedImageData/baseScanType

last_modified (READ-ONLY)

xnat:reconstructedImageData/meta/last_modified

insert_date (READ-ONLY)

xnat:reconstructedImageData/meta/insert_date

insert_user (READ-ONLY)

xnat:reconstructedImageData/meta/insert_user