I'm adding to my elasticSearch database (v. 0.90) an object via this java
IndexResponse response = _client.prepareIndex(SomeIndex, SomeType,
If I do a search for this object immediately after, i notice i sometimes
don't find it. I assume this is because it is an asynchronous call. Is
The documentation mentions the following:
The index API allows to set the threading model the operation will be
performed when the actual execution of the API is performed on the same
node (the API is executed on a shard that is allocated on the same server).
The options are to execute the operation on a different thread, or to
execute it on the calling thread (note that the API is still async). By
default, operationThreaded is set totrue which means the operation is
executed on a different thread.
Will setting operationThreaded to false guarantee that the object be
available for search immediately after? The snippet above mentions "(note
that the API is still async)" - so I'm guessing no. Is there a way to
make the api call synchronous so i can be assured that on my next search
for the object, it will definitely be there?
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