I'm using the PHP library of ES to store and query my data. Currently I'm
just indexing data like so, without any manual definitions for tokenizers.
$params['body'] = array( 'userid' => 3 , 'username' => 'frank' , 'postname' => 'hello_world' , 'likes' => 33 , 'created_at'=> '2014-12-12' , 'data' => array( 'item1' => array( 'type' => 'tweet' , 'order' => '1' , 'id' => '32343' , 'created_at'=> '2014-12-12' , 'text' => 'blah from twitter' , 'latitude' => '45' , 'longitude' => '23' ) ) );
$ret = $client->index($params);
I don't actually know which tokenizers I want right now, so if I add them
later, will the data need to be re-indexed?
do I need to include the tokenizers with the $param array for every ingest
process? or can this be set up when I create a new index?
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