ElasticSearch-head not working for newbie on 1-doc index

Hi, I am new to ES and ES-head. I just downloaded ES 0.20.4. I just
installed ES-head, both as a plugin and manual download. I created a new
index called twitter with type tweet, and inserted one document: { user :
"kimchy", message : "first tweet by me" }. I can search for and return
this document using curl.

http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/ shows me the index. The Browser tab
shows the correct indices (twitter), types(tweet) and Fields(message and
user). However, I am unable to get any search results to show up. If I
click on user and type in the field kimchy I don't see any results.
However, if I type in something other than kimchy, say the letter x, then I
immediately see: "Searched 5 of 5 shards, 0 hits, 0.001 seconds"
Underneath that I see "_index _type _id _score" as if it were a table.

Similarly, if I use the Structured Query+ tab, I enter for must: tweet.user
and for term: kimchy. After I press the Search button, I see
"Searching..." but no results.

I have installed ES-head both from plugin and manually, both with the same
results. I am using os x lion and I have tried safari, ffox, chrome, all
with the same results.

Thank you.

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Hi, It looks like head is not able to show results for some reason -
possibly a javascript error. Can you let me know if there are any errors in
the javascript console.

-B

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 14:18:54 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

Hi, I am new to ES and ES-head. I just downloaded ES 0.20.4. I just
installed ES-head, both as a plugin and manual download. I created a new
index called twitter with type tweet, and inserted one document: { user :
"kimchy", message : "first tweet by me" }. I can search for and return
this document using curl.

http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/ shows me the index. The Browser tab
shows the correct indices (twitter), types(tweet) and Fields(message and
user). However, I am unable to get any search results to show up. If I
click on user and type in the field kimchy I don't see any results.
However, if I type in something other than kimchy, say the letter x, then I
immediately see: "Searched 5 of 5 shards, 0 hits, 0.001 seconds"
Underneath that I see "_index _type _id _score" as if it were a table.

Similarly, if I use the Structured Query+ tab, I enter for must:
tweet.user and for term: kimchy. After I press the Search button, I see
"Searching..." but no results.

I have installed ES-head both from plugin and manually, both with the same
results. I am using os x lion and I have tried safari, ffox, chrome, all
with the same results.

Thank you.

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In FFox I see the following:

  1. when I used the Structured Query I see this error
    [23:18:25.130] POST http://localhost:9200/twitter/_search [HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    2ms]
    [23:18:25.079] SyntaxError: JSON.parse: expected property name or '}' @
    http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553
    Here is my line 553:

Line 551: // Attempt to parse using the native JSON parser first
Line 552: if ( window.JSON && window.JSON.parse ) {
Line 553: return window.JSON.parse( data );
Line 554: }

  1. when I use the Browser tab I press Refresh and I see this
    [23:13:49.455] POST http://localhost:9200/_all/_search [HTTP/1.1 200 OK 2ms]
    [23:13:49.404] ({'XHR Error':"parsererror", message:(new
    SyntaxError("JSON.parse: expected property name or '}'",
    "http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js", 553))})
    There is a hyperlink for core.js:83. If I display this line I see:

console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message }); (looks ok to me) Here is the complete function from core.js

request: function(params) {
return $.ajax(acx.extend({
url: this.config.base_uri + params.path,
dataType: "json",
error: function(xhr, type, message) {
if("console" in window) {
console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message });
}
}
}, params));
},

Similarly, if I don't use the plugin, I see the following error (this time
in Safari) on the Browser tab
Object
XHR Error: "parsererror"
message: Error
line: 553
message: "JSON Parse error: Expected '}'"
sourceURL:
"file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js"
stack: "parse@[native
code]↵parseJSON@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553↵ajaxConvert@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7549↵done@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7101↵callback@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7907↵[native
code]"
proto: Error
proto: Object

Thank you

On Wednesday, February 13, 2013 11:08:08 PM UTC-5, mobz wrote:

Hi, It looks like head is not able to show results for some reason -
possibly a javascript error. Can you let me know if there are any errors in
the javascript console.

-B

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 14:18:54 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

Hi, I am new to ES and ES-head. I just downloaded ES 0.20.4. I just
installed ES-head, both as a plugin and manual download. I created a new
index called twitter with type tweet, and inserted one document: { user :
"kimchy", message : "first tweet by me" }. I can search for and return
this document using curl.

http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/ shows me the index. The Browser tab
shows the correct indices (twitter), types(tweet) and Fields(message and
user). However, I am unable to get any search results to show up. If I
click on user and type in the field kimchy I don't see any results.
However, if I type in something other than kimchy, say the letter x, then I
immediately see: "Searched 5 of 5 shards, 0 hits, 0.001 seconds"
Underneath that I see "_index _type _id _score" as if it were a table.

Similarly, if I use the Structured Query+ tab, I enter for must:
tweet.user and for term: kimchy. After I press the Search button, I see
"Searching..." but no results.

I have installed ES-head both from plugin and manually, both with the
same results. I am using os x lion and I have tried safari, ffox, chrome,
all with the same results.

Thank you.

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I have attempted to reproduce the problem using a new cluster and a the
data you specify with es 0.20.4 and can not (it works as expected). It
looks from above like there might be a problem with the json that es is
producing? In chrome, can you open the 'network' debugging tab and copy the
request / response to the request to http://localhost:9200/twitter/_search that
is causing the error.

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 15:30:39 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

In FFox I see the following:

  1. when I used the Structured Query I see this error
    [23:18:25.130] POST http://localhost:9200/twitter/_search [HTTP/1.1 200
    OK 2ms]
    [23:18:25.079] SyntaxError: JSON.parse: expected property name or '}' @
    http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553
    Here is my line 553:

Line 551: // Attempt to parse using the native JSON parser first
Line 552: if ( window.JSON && window.JSON.parse ) {
Line 553: return window.JSON.parse( data );
Line 554: }

  1. when I use the Browser tab I press Refresh and I see this
    [23:13:49.455] POST http://localhost:9200/_all/_search [HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    2ms]
    [23:13:49.404] ({'XHR Error':"parsererror", message:(new
    SyntaxError("JSON.parse: expected property name or '}'", "
    http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js", 553))})
    There is a hyperlink for core.js:83. If I display this line I see:

console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message }); (looks ok to me) Here is the complete function from core.js

request: function(params) {
return $.ajax(acx.extend({
url: this.config.base_uri + params.path,
dataType: "json",
error: function(xhr, type, message) {
if("console" in window) {
console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message });
}
}
}, params));
},

Similarly, if I don't use the plugin, I see the following error (this time
in Safari) on the Browser tab
Object
XHR Error: "parsererror"
message: Error
line: 553
message: "JSON Parse error: Expected '}'"
sourceURL:
"file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js"
stack: "parse@[native
code]↵parseJSON@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553↵ajaxConvert@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7549↵done@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7101↵callback@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7907↵[native
code]"
proto: Error
proto: Object

Thank you

On Wednesday, February 13, 2013 11:08:08 PM UTC-5, mobz wrote:

Hi, It looks like head is not able to show results for some reason -
possibly a javascript error. Can you let me know if there are any errors in
the javascript console.

-B

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 14:18:54 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

Hi, I am new to ES and ES-head. I just downloaded ES 0.20.4. I just
installed ES-head, both as a plugin and manual download. I created a new
index called twitter with type tweet, and inserted one document: { user :
"kimchy", message : "first tweet by me" }. I can search for and return
this document using curl.

http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/ shows me the index. The Browser
tab shows the correct indices (twitter), types(tweet) and Fields(message
and user). However, I am unable to get any search results to show up. If I
click on user and type in the field kimchy I don't see any results.
However, if I type in something other than kimchy, say the letter x, then I
immediately see: "Searched 5 of 5 shards, 0 hits, 0.001 seconds"
Underneath that I see "_index _type _id _score" as if it were a table.

Similarly, if I use the Structured Query+ tab, I enter for must:
tweet.user and for term: kimchy. After I press the Search button, I see
"Searching..." but no results.

I have installed ES-head both from plugin and manually, both with the
same results. I am using os x lion and I have tried safari, ffox, chrome,
all with the same results.

Thank you.

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The response from the server looks completely correct. Under the Browser
tab, if I type the letters k,i,m,c,h,y then I get back the single document:
{"took":4,"timed_out":false,"_shards":{"total":5,"successful":5,"failed":0},"hits":{"total":1,"max_score":1.0,"hits":[{"_index":"twitter","_type":"tweet","_id":"1","_version":1,"_score":1.0,
"_source" :
{
user : "kimchy",
message : "first tweet by me"
}}]}}

There are still no search results shown in the browser window

Anytime I enter an incorrect character, say kimchyx, I get:
{"took":1,"timed_out":false,"_shards":{"total":5,"successful":5,"failed":0},"hits":{"total":0,"max_score":null,"hits":[]}}

In the browser window I now see the following:
Searched 5 of 5 shards. 0 hits. 0.001 seconds
_index
_type
_id

_score

Similarly, under the Structured Search tab, the Network shows correct
results being returned:
{"took":1,"timed_out":false,"_shards":{"total":5,"successful":5,"failed":0},"hits":{"total":1,"max_score":1.0,"hits":[{"_index":"twitter","_type":"tweet","_id":"1","_score":1.0,
"_source" :
{
user : "kimchy",
message : "first tweet by me"
}}]}}

However, the UI only shows: Searching...

I hope this helps. Thank you.

On Thursday, February 14, 2013 7:15:32 PM UTC-5, mobz wrote:

I have attempted to reproduce the problem using a new cluster and a the
data you specify with es 0.20.4 and can not (it works as expected). It
looks from above like there might be a problem with the json that es is
producing? In chrome, can you open the 'network' debugging tab and copy the
request / response to the request to
http://localhost:9200/twitter/_search that is causing the error.

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 15:30:39 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

In FFox I see the following:

  1. when I used the Structured Query I see this error
    [23:18:25.130] POST http://localhost:9200/twitter/_search [HTTP/1.1 200
    OK 2ms]
    [23:18:25.079] SyntaxError: JSON.parse: expected property name or '}' @
    http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553
    Here is my line 553:

Line 551: // Attempt to parse using the native JSON parser first
Line 552: if ( window.JSON && window.JSON.parse ) {
Line 553: return window.JSON.parse( data );
Line 554: }

  1. when I use the Browser tab I press Refresh and I see this
    [23:13:49.455] POST http://localhost:9200/_all/_search [HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    2ms]
    [23:13:49.404] ({'XHR Error':"parsererror", message:(new
    SyntaxError("JSON.parse: expected property name or '}'", "
    http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js", 553))})
    There is a hyperlink for core.js:83. If I display this line I see:

console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message }); (looks ok to me) Here is the complete function from core.js

request: function(params) {
return $.ajax(acx.extend({
url: this.config.base_uri + params.path,
dataType: "json",
error: function(xhr, type, message) {
if("console" in window) {
console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message });
}
}
}, params));
},

Similarly, if I don't use the plugin, I see the following error (this
time in Safari) on the Browser tab
Object
XHR Error: "parsererror"
message: Error
line: 553
message: "JSON Parse error: Expected '}'"
sourceURL:
"file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js"
stack: "parse@[native
code]↵parseJSON@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553↵ajaxConvert@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7549↵done@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7101↵callback@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7907↵[native
code]"
proto: Error
proto: Object

Thank you

On Wednesday, February 13, 2013 11:08:08 PM UTC-5, mobz wrote:

Hi, It looks like head is not able to show results for some reason -
possibly a javascript error. Can you let me know if there are any errors in
the javascript console.

-B

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 14:18:54 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

Hi, I am new to ES and ES-head. I just downloaded ES 0.20.4. I just
installed ES-head, both as a plugin and manual download. I created a new
index called twitter with type tweet, and inserted one document: { user :
"kimchy", message : "first tweet by me" }. I can search for and return
this document using curl.

http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/ shows me the index. The Browser
tab shows the correct indices (twitter), types(tweet) and Fields(message
and user). However, I am unable to get any search results to show up. If I
click on user and type in the field kimchy I don't see any results.
However, if I type in something other than kimchy, say the letter x, then I
immediately see: "Searched 5 of 5 shards, 0 hits, 0.001 seconds"
Underneath that I see "_index _type _id _score" as if it were a table.

Similarly, if I use the Structured Query+ tab, I enter for must:
tweet.user and for term: kimchy. After I press the Search button, I see
"Searching..." but no results.

I have installed ES-head both from plugin and manually, both with the
same results. I am using os x lion and I have tried safari, ffox, chrome,
all with the same results.

Thank you.

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When I press the Search button under Structured Query, the console shows
the following error:

  1. Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token u jquery.js:553http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js
    1. jQuery.extend.parseJSONjquery.js:553http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js
    2. $.ajax.acx.extend.errorwidgets.js:1485http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/es/widgets.js
    3. deferred.resolveWithjquery.js:995http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js
    4. donejquery.js:7130http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js
    5. callbackjquery.js:7907http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js

The query I am executing is: must tweet.user term:kimchy

On Friday, February 15, 2013 9:08:44 AM UTC-5, Cayman wrote:

The response from the server looks completely correct. Under the Browser
tab, if I type the letters k,i,m,c,h,y then I get back the single document:
{"took":4,"timed_out":false,"_shards":{"total":5,"successful":5,"failed":0},"hits":{"total":1,"max_score":1.0,"hits":[{"_index":"twitter","_type":"tweet","_id":"1","_version":1,"_score":1.0,
"_source" :
{
user : "kimchy",
message : "first tweet by me"
}}]}}

There are still no search results shown in the browser window

Anytime I enter an incorrect character, say kimchyx, I get:

{"took":1,"timed_out":false,"_shards":{"total":5,"successful":5,"failed":0},"hits":{"total":0,"max_score":null,"hits":[]}}

In the browser window I now see the following:
Searched 5 of 5 shards. 0 hits. 0.001 seconds
_index
_type
_id

_score

Similarly, under the Structured Search tab, the Network shows correct
results being returned:
{"took":1,"timed_out":false,"_shards":{"total":5,"successful":5,"failed":0},"hits":{"total":1,"max_score":1.0,"hits":[{"_index":"twitter","_type":"tweet","_id":"1","_score":1.0,
"_source" :
{
user : "kimchy",
message : "first tweet by me"
}}]}}

However, the UI only shows: Searching...

I hope this helps. Thank you.

On Thursday, February 14, 2013 7:15:32 PM UTC-5, mobz wrote:

I have attempted to reproduce the problem using a new cluster and a the
data you specify with es 0.20.4 and can not (it works as expected). It
looks from above like there might be a problem with the json that es is
producing? In chrome, can you open the 'network' debugging tab and copy the
request / response to the request to
http://localhost:9200/twitter/_search that is causing the error.

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 15:30:39 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

In FFox I see the following:

  1. when I used the Structured Query I see this error
    [23:18:25.130] POST http://localhost:9200/twitter/_search [HTTP/1.1 200
    OK 2ms]
    [23:18:25.079] SyntaxError: JSON.parse: expected property name or '}' @
    http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553
    Here is my line 553:

Line 551: // Attempt to parse using the native JSON parser first
Line 552: if ( window.JSON && window.JSON.parse ) {
Line 553: return window.JSON.parse( data );
Line 554: }

  1. when I use the Browser tab I press Refresh and I see this
    [23:13:49.455] POST http://localhost:9200/_all/_search [HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    2ms]
    [23:13:49.404] ({'XHR Error':"parsererror", message:(new
    SyntaxError("JSON.parse: expected property name or '}'", "
    http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js", 553))})
    There is a hyperlink for core.js:83. If I display this line I see:

console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message }); (looks ok to me) Here is the complete function from core.js

request: function(params) {
return $.ajax(acx.extend({
url: this.config.base_uri + params.path,
dataType: "json",
error: function(xhr, type, message) {
if("console" in window) {
console.log({ "XHR Error": type, "message": message });
}
}
}, params));
},

Similarly, if I don't use the plugin, I see the following error (this
time in Safari) on the Browser tab
Object
XHR Error: "parsererror"
message: Error
line: 553
message: "JSON Parse error: Expected '}'"
sourceURL:
"file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js"
stack: "parse@[native
code]↵parseJSON@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:553↵ajaxConvert@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7549↵done@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7101↵callback@file:///Developer/Devtools/ElasticSearch-head/elasticsearch-head/lib/jsacx/src/jquery.js:7907↵[native
code]"
proto: Error
proto: Object

Thank you

On Wednesday, February 13, 2013 11:08:08 PM UTC-5, mobz wrote:

Hi, It looks like head is not able to show results for some reason -
possibly a javascript error. Can you let me know if there are any errors in
the javascript console.

-B

On Thursday, 14 February 2013 14:18:54 UTC+11, Cayman wrote:

Hi, I am new to ES and ES-head. I just downloaded ES 0.20.4. I just
installed ES-head, both as a plugin and manual download. I created a new
index called twitter with type tweet, and inserted one document: { user :
"kimchy", message : "first tweet by me" }. I can search for and return
this document using curl.

http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/ shows me the index. The Browser
tab shows the correct indices (twitter), types(tweet) and Fields(message
and user). However, I am unable to get any search results to show up. If I
click on user and type in the field kimchy I don't see any results.
However, if I type in something other than kimchy, say the letter x, then I
immediately see: "Searched 5 of 5 shards, 0 hits, 0.001 seconds"
Underneath that I see "_index _type _id _score" as if it were a table.

Similarly, if I use the Structured Query+ tab, I enter for must:
tweet.user and for term: kimchy. After I press the Search button, I see
"Searching..." but no results.

I have installed ES-head both from plugin and manually, both with the
same results. I am using os x lion and I have tried safari, ffox, chrome,
all with the same results.

Thank you.

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ok, the problem is that elasticsearch accepts badly formed JSON and stores it in the _source field without fixing it. When it is returned to the browser Elasticsearch is generating JSON which the (strict) parser in the browser fails on. The solution is deleting the first tweet and creating a new tweet with a strict json doc. eg "user":"me" rather than user:"me"

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see here for the
backstory https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/586

On Saturday, 16 February 2013 15:42:35 UTC+11, mobz wrote:

ok, the problem is that elasticsearch accepts badly formed JSON and stores
it in the _source field without fixing it. When it is returned to the
browser Elasticsearch is generating JSON which the (strict) parser in the
browser fails on. The solution is deleting the first tweet and creating a
new tweet with a strict json doc. eg "user":"me" rather than user:"me"

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Yes, that was it. I'll have to be careful. Thanks for taking the time to
help.

On Friday, February 15, 2013 11:42:35 PM UTC-5, mobz wrote:

ok, the problem is that elasticsearch accepts badly formed JSON and stores
it in the _source field without fixing it. When it is returned to the
browser Elasticsearch is generating JSON which the (strict) parser in the
browser fails on. The solution is deleting the first tweet and creating a
new tweet with a strict json doc. eg "user":"me" rather than user:"me"

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