Histogram confusion


(Andrew Harvey-2) #1

Hi there.

I'm sure this one is me just not getting it, but since this is only in master, I don't have much documentation to go on.

I've been working on putting together some stuff using histogram facets, and I've been trying to do some stuff based on what I could garner from the github issues.

This is what I've been trying:

curl localhost:9200/chatter/content/_search -d '{
query : {
"match_all" : {}
},
facets : {
"histo1" : {
"histogram" : {
"key_field" : "published",
"time_interval" : "1d"
}
}
}
}'

Now the error I get for that is this: Failed to parse [1d]]; nested: NumberFormatException[For input string: "1d"].

I'm guessing I'm going about this the wrong way, so any assistance would be most appreciated.

Thanks,
Andrew
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(Shay Banon) #2

All looks good, except for the fact that time values can parse things only
up to hours (and even that, with capital H and not lowercase ones which is
nicer). I just pushed a fix, you can do "1d", or "24h".

-shay.banon

On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 7:40 AM, Andrew Harvey
Andrew.Harvey@lexer.com.auwrote:

Hi there.

I'm sure this one is me just not getting it, but since this is only in
master, I don't have much documentation to go on.

I've been working on putting together some stuff using histogram facets,
and I've been trying to do some stuff based on what I could garner from the
github issues.

This is what I've been trying:

curl localhost:9200/chatter/content/_search -d '{
query : {
"match_all" : {}
},
facets : {
"histo1" : {
"histogram" : {
"key_field" : "published",
"time_interval" : "1d"
}
}
}
}'

Now the error I get for that is this: Failed to parse [1d]]; nested:
NumberFormatException[For input string: "1d"].

I'm guessing I'm going about this the wrong way, so any assistance would be
most appreciated.

Thanks,
Andrew
Andrew Harvey / Developer
lexer
m/
t/ +61 2 9019 6379
w/ http://lexer.com.au
Help put an end to whaling. Visit http://www.givewhalesavoice.com.au/

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