I'm looking for a working example of AngularJS and Elasticsearch working together using the new official client library: elasticsearch.angular.js that's found at http://www.elasticsearch.org/blog/client-for-node-js-and-the-browser  So far, th...
I am trying to use qwest to send some data to Elasticsearch:  qwest.post(     'http://elk.example.com:9200/incidents',     this.incident,     {cache: true} )     .then(function (xhr, response) {         console.log('incident posted')...
Before everything, I read:  question 1 regarding process is not defined  question 2 regarding process is not defined  angular 5 question  browser build info  And none of the presented info helped. I'm using Angular 6 and I want to send query to e...
Carried over from Elasticsearch QueryStrings: partially match a NOT query?.  I determined that I couldn't partially match a NOT query, but I still wish to partially match a precedent not-NOT query. For example, I have a query like this: "blue...
How can i create body for elasticsearch like this   select * from table where full_name like '%q%' or address like '%q%' or description like '%q%' order by full_name , description , address...
I am setting up a simple Node.js REST service to interface with Elasticsearch, using the official Javascript client. I'm running this code locally, but the cluster is located remotely. When I go trough the browser, with the _head plugin, I can co...
I'm using the AWS Elasticsearch service and would like to connect via elasticsearch.js, but a port is required.   It looks like AWS only offers the REST API (e.g. via curl), running on port 80. My cluster is up and I can access via the browser, b...
I am making a POST request from a local https server to an ElasticSearch endpoint which has been configured as follows  http.cors.enabled: true http.cors.allow-credentials: true http.cors.allow-origin: "*" http.cors.allow-methods: OPTIONS, HE...
I'm learning ElasticSearch (hosted on AWS).  I'm using the javascript sdk and this connectionClass.  My code:   let es = require('elasticsearch'); let client = new es.Client({   hosts: ['https://search-nboardelastic-xxyy.foo.es.am...
I'm new to ElasticSearch and i'm trying to make an weighted average in my index.  My data looks like this:   data = [{"id": 344,"q28": 1},{"id": 344,"q28": 1},{"id": 344,"q28": 2}, ...]   "q...

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