either use the underlying database of your website to feed ES
or if you don't have access to this DB use a crawler (like nutch) or
write your own simple parser ...
what is the best JSON format to use
What do you mean here? The mapping? url+title+text should be the
minimum I guess
On Jun 6, 8:15 pm, venkatnehatha venkatneha...@gmail.com wrote:
I am a newbie to (Elastic)Search engines. I want to use ElasticSearch for my
website. I am done with the installation and done given twitter example
indexing, it's working fine.
Now to integrate with my website, what is the best way to store indexes. I
mean, what is the best JSON format to use? And do I need to maintain entire
my web page content as a JSON doc for indexing??
Thanks in advance.
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