ElasticsearchSingleNodeTest search issues

I'm attempting to write unit test for my code which searches through a
number of indexes and only returns documents which match a certain term.

The query i use is rather simple:

{
"query":
{
"from" : 0,
"size" : 20,
"query" : {
"term" : {
"resource_affectedID" : 206158433329
}
},
"aggregations" : {
"count" : {
"value_count" : {
"field" : "resource_affectedID"
}
}
}
}
}

This works against a real cluster but when I run this query against a
client from ElasticsearchSingleNodeTest I always get empty results.

My test cluster is being populated from real records. For the records i
have an array of the _source in entries.json they are inserted into the
cluster with the following code:

String index = "audit-2015.01.01";
createIndex(index);

File entriesFile = getResource("entries.json");

JSONParser jsonParser = new JSONParser();

JSONArray entries = (JSONArray) jsonParser.parse(new FileReader(entriesFile
));

for (Object entry : entries) {
IndexRequestBuilder builder = new IndexRequestBuilder(client());
builder.setOpType(IndexRequest.OpType.CREATE);
builder.setSource(entry.toString().getBytes());
builder.setIndex(index);
builder.setType("application_logs");
builder.setId(id.toString());

client().index(builder.request()).actionGet();
id++;
}

client().admin().indices().flush(new FlushRequest(index)).actionGet();

Any ideas why this works in a real cluster and not here?

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You need to run a refresh, not a flush.
My 2 cents

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Le 1 avr. 2015 à 10:10, ariel@symphony.com a écrit :

I'm attempting to write unit test for my code which searches through a number of indexes and only returns documents which match a certain term.

The query i use is rather simple:

{
"query":
{
"from" : 0,
"size" : 20,
"query" : {
"term" : {
"resource_affectedID" : 206158433329
}
},
"aggregations" : {
"count" : {
"value_count" : {
"field" : "resource_affectedID"
}
}
}
}
}

This works against a real cluster but when I run this query against a client from ElasticsearchSingleNodeTest I always get empty results.

My test cluster is being populated from real records. For the records i have an array of the _source in entries.json they are inserted into the cluster with the following code:

String index = "audit-2015.01.01";
createIndex(index);

File entriesFile = getResource("entries.json");

JSONParser jsonParser = new JSONParser();

JSONArray entries = (JSONArray) jsonParser.parse(new FileReader(entriesFile));

for (Object entry : entries) {
IndexRequestBuilder builder = new IndexRequestBuilder(client());
builder.setOpType(IndexRequest.OpType.CREATE);
builder.setSource(entry.toString().getBytes());
builder.setIndex(index);
builder.setType("application_logs");
builder.setId(id.toString());

client().index(builder.request()).actionGet();
id++;
}

client().admin().indices().flush(new FlushRequest(index)).actionGet();

Any ideas why this works in a real cluster and not here?

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I tried added this line:

client().admin().indices().refresh(new RefreshRequest(index)).actionGet();

and that worked.

Thanks!

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 1:25:55 AM UTC-7, David Pilato wrote:

You need to run a refresh, not a flush.
My 2 cents

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Le 1 avr. 2015 à 10:10, ar...@symphony.com <javascript:> a écrit :

I'm attempting to write unit test for my code which searches through a
number of indexes and only returns documents which match a certain term.

The query i use is rather simple:

{
"query":
{
"from" : 0,
"size" : 20,
"query" : {
"term" : {
"resource_affectedID" : 206158433329
}
},
"aggregations" : {
"count" : {
"value_count" : {
"field" : "resource_affectedID"
}
}
}
}
}

This works against a real cluster but when I run this query against a
client from ElasticsearchSingleNodeTest I always get empty results.

My test cluster is being populated from real records. For the records i
have an array of the _source in entries.json they are inserted into the
cluster with the following code:

String index = "audit-2015.01.01";
createIndex(index);

File entriesFile = getResource("entries.json");

JSONParser jsonParser = new JSONParser();

JSONArray entries = (JSONArray) jsonParser.parse(new FileReader(
entriesFile));

for (Object entry : entries) {
IndexRequestBuilder builder = new IndexRequestBuilder(client());
builder.setOpType(IndexRequest.OpType.CREATE);
builder.setSource(entry.toString().getBytes());
builder.setIndex(index);
builder.setType("application_logs");
builder.setId(id.toString());

client().index(builder.request()).actionGet();
id++;
}

client().admin().indices().flush(new FlushRequest(index)).actionGet();

Any ideas why this works in a real cluster and not here?

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