Adding a document to elasticsearch database with high level rest api


(Bengagi Foued) #1
IndexRequest   request = new IndexRequest  ();
        request.index("indextest")
                .type(type)
                .id(id)            .source("title",v.getTitle(),"visState",v.getVisState(),"kibanaSavedObjectMeta",v.getKibanaSavedObjectMeta().getSearchSourceJSON());

index

how to add searchSourceJSON under kibanaSavedObjectMeta in this case ?


(David Pilato) #2

Not sure what is wrong. What result would you like to see?

Please don't post images of text as they are hardly readable and not searchable.

Instead paste the text and format it with </> icon. Check the preview window.


(Bengagi Foued) #3

thank you for your response , in fact i want to add a document in my elasticsearch database under the index indextest but i have a property called kibanaSavedObjectMeta , under this property i have another property called searchSourceJSON , i cant figure out how to create the index request to perform this query


(David Pilato) #4

Could you share a JSON Example?


(Bengagi Foued) #5

{

  • "_index": "indextest",
  • "_type": "visualization",
  • "_id": "vis1",
  • "_version": 6,
  • "_score": 1,
  • "_source": {
    • "title": "vis1",
    • "visState": "{"title":"vis1","type":"metric","aggs":[{"id":"metric_1","enabled":true,"type":"min","schema":"metric","params":{"field":"interval_ms"}}]}",
    • "kibanaSavedObjectMeta": {
      • "searchSourceJSON": "{"index":".monitoring-es-6-2019.02.26","query":{}}"}}

}


(David Pilato) #6

This is the same thing you already shared, no?

Could you share an example of what you would like it to be?

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There's a live preview panel for exactly this reasons.

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