Creating Tags at Insertion in ES

I am trying to create a Tagging mechanism in Elastic search that checks for
the text in the document and if the text if found then it tags the document
with the corresponding text_id

Eg. Tagging for Company names, text = "Google Inc", text_id = "GOOG_123"

If a document has the text "Google Inc", then tag it with the id =
"GOOG_123".

A. Insertion ?
- Is there a way in Elastic Search to achieve this at the time of
Insertion ?
- If not, is there a way to tweak the Java code in Lucene to achieve
this ?

B. Post processing
- If it is not possible to do at insertion, how can we better achieve
this with post processing ? Running Fuzzy or Term search ?

Thanks,
Amay

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IMO this is document enrichment. You should do that on your side before sending to elasticsearch.
You can use percolator to do some classification of your docs.

That said, if your script is super simple, you could give a look at http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/mapping-transform.html#mapping-transform

My 2 cents.

David

Le 6 févr. 2015 à 00:52, Ap usc90909@gmail.com a écrit :

I am trying to create a Tagging mechanism in Elastic search that checks for the text in the document and if the text if found then it tags the document with the corresponding text_id

Eg. Tagging for Company names, text = "Google Inc", text_id = "GOOG_123"

If a document has the text "Google Inc", then tag it with the id = "GOOG_123".

A. Insertion ?
- Is there a way in Elastic Search to achieve this at the time of Insertion ?
- If not, is there a way to tweak the Java code in Lucene to achieve this ?

B. Post processing
- If it is not possible to do at insertion, how can we better achieve this with post processing ? Running Fuzzy or Term search ?

Thanks,
Amay

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