We have a use case using Elasticsearch that seems pretty standard, but
we're having a hard time solving.
Say we have an index with products in it, each having a brand. This field
contains both the analyzed version as well as a raw version for
faceting/aggregation. So far so good.
Let's imagine these values for different brands, spread across products:
So far so good - now we do a simple terms aggregation on brand.raw with
ordering set to _terms in ascending ordering.
What comes from this is all the uppercase versions first, and "bOok" at the
bottom of the list. I fully understand why this is the case, but to my
experience, this is unatural to most people. Especially concerning brand
ordering, where many brands use stylized casing of their brand name - but
you don't really want them listed any different ordering wise. What I would
expect of ordering, is the ordering listed above in my example (A, Bob,
bOok, C, D).
Does anyone know a way to actually make this happen, or has some
suggestions as to the direction we could look in achieving this?
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