I started to use the JDBC River plugin, but I'm not getting the expected
results. Let me explain.
I'm trying to achieve a very basic use case, where I have a simple 3
columns table in a MySQL DB, and I want the JDBC River to index them, an be
aware of any changes periodically using a poll.
Based on the docs, I can create such a JDBC River using:
Once created, I do get the OK confirmation JSON from ES, so in the logs I
can see the River is working. The very first time it runs, I can get all
the results properly (I'm only using a few records for the sake of
However, if I go to the DB, modify a record, and then get back to ES, I
don't see that modification being detected whatsoever in the indexed data.
After some research, I found that maybe the value changed detection is not
yet available in the plugin, so I tried out again by modifying the id
itself in the DB without success either.
Therefore, what am I doing wrong here? As far as I can read in the plugin
docs, this should be a pretty straight-forward scenario, but I just cannot
make it work.
Any help would be appreciated.
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