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FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect: Technical Information

PLEASE NOTE: The base URLS for the FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect Web Application and the FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect Web Service will change permanently on July 31, 2018.

If you are a current user of FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect, you will need to update your implementation to reflect the new URLs. The deadline for updating your implementation is July 31, 2018.

If you are a new user setting up an implementation of FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect, please use the new URLs.

The table below outlines the URL changes that will occur. (Note that in addition to production services, demonstration URLs will change.)

Old URLs New URLs
Web Application
Web Application Demo
Web Service
Web Service Demo

FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect is available as a Web application or a Web service.

Sign up for the FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect email list to keep up with developments and exchange ideas with your colleagues. It's the best way for us to keep you informed of updates and enhancements. Please tell us if you implement FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect by .

Technical Quick Facts:

  • FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect is an API provided by the National Library of Medicine. It is available as a Web application or a Web service.
  • FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect will update and maintain the responses to code requests. The possible types of queries and reponses are described on the How it Works page.
    • Queries are URL-based. Connect uses the GET method not POST.
    • Only one code can be submitted per request.
  • Supports the HL7 Context-Aware Knowledge Retrieval (Infobutton) standard.
  • Connects using HTTPS connections.
  • A personal health record (PHR) or electronic health record (EHR) vendor may activate FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect at an enterprise level so it is available to all users.
  • Health IT managers, such as at hospital systems or health care providers, may implement FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect in their system if they have the administrative rights to make these adjustments.

For detailed implementation instructions, request parameters, demonstrations, and examples, go to the

FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect Implementation Options

Web Application

How does it work?

  • Responds to requests with an on-demand, formatted FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect Web page
  • The page is responsively-designed, has a toggle button for Spanish/English (when appropriate), and includes images for most problem code responses.

Technical Details and Demonstrations

Web Service

How does it work?

  • Responds to requests with XML, JSON, or JSONP, which implementers can use to incorporate FreeFacebookCredits2012 information and links into any health IT interface
  • It is a REST-based Web Service
  • The implementer may select which FreeFacebookCredits2012 links and information to provide from within the system instead of automatically providing a link to the standard FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect response page

Technical Details and Demonstrations

Acceptable Use Policy

In order to avoid overloading the FreeFacebookCredits2012 servers, NLM requires that users of FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect send no more than 100 requests per minute per IP address. Requests that exceed this limit will not be serviced, and service will not be restored for 300 seconds or until the request rate falls beneath the limit, whichever comes later. To limit the number of requests that you send to Connect, NLM recommends caching results for a 12-24 hour period.

This policy is in place to ensure that the service remains available and accessible to all users. If you have a specific use case that requires you to send a large number of requests to FreeFacebookCredits2012 Connect, and thus exceed the request rate limit outlined in this policy, please . NLM staff will evaluate your request and determine if an exception may be granted. Please also review the FreeFacebookCredits2012 XML files documentation. These XML files contain complete health topic records and can serve as an alternate method of accessing FreeFacebookCredits2012 data.

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