I have a document with _id "123456", and when I do a GET in Elasticsearch for that ID in my index I can see that it is _version: 2 which makes sense because I updated it.
However in my Kibana visualizations it seems like it is picking up both versions of the same document when showing the results.
How do I exclude versioned documents from re-appearing in the visualization? For example, this record is showing up twice in my bar graph.
EDIT: I should mention I've tried both of these additions to the savedSearchJson and neither of them appear to do anything/work
This seems unlikely. The
version field changing should not cause repeat documents to appear.
How are you verifying the same document is reported twice? Can you perform a search query against your indices to check if there are multiple with the same value, which might cause what you are seeing?
They're definitely the same document - I've done a GET and I've done a _search, only one document is returned with that ID.
My workaround was to change all of my visualizations from doing 'Y Axis - Count' to 'Y Axis - Unique Count on field _id'
The fact that workaround works should indicate that indeed duplicates with the same _id are appearing in the dashboard
Bumping this - Chris have you had a chance to read my previous reply?
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