First of all congrats for the 1.0 release!! Thumbs up for the aggregation
I'm trying to build a system which is kind of querying for analytics. I
have a document called event, and I have events of specific type (e.g.
click open etc.) per page. So per page i might have for example an open
event. The thing is that I might as well take the open event more than
once, but I want to count it only once. So I use the versioning API and I
provide the same document id having as a result the version to increase.
In my queries I use the _timestamp field to determine the last document
that I counted. But my problem is that since ES reindex the document, it
updates _timestamp so it seems as recent document, and in my queries I
count it again.
Is there a way to simply discard the document if the document with the
same id exists, without stopping the bulk operation of uploading documents?
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