Aggregate on analyzed field


(kti_sk) #1

I am aggregating documents by customer name to find how many documents we
have per customer.
The aggregates bucketize words in names. For example, if I have customer,
Tom Cruise, I would get 2 buckets, "Tom" and "Cruise"

How would I treat the analyzed field as not_analyzed in aggregate query?
I still want the field to remain analyzed so that I can do fulltext search.

thanks

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(Adrien Grand) #2

Hi,

Multi-fields are usually the way to go in such cases, see
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/guide/current/aggregations-and-analysis.html

On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 9:49 PM, kti_sk@hotmail.com wrote:

I am aggregating documents by customer name to find how many documents we
have per customer.
The aggregates bucketize words in names. For example, if I have customer,
Tom Cruise, I would get 2 buckets, "Tom" and "Cruise"

How would I treat the analyzed field as not_analyzed in aggregate query?
I still want the field to remain analyzed so that I can do fulltext search.

thanks

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