Looking for Freelancer help me get started with elasticsearch


(mrblue) #1

Hi,

i try to build a faceted search for a website with elasticsearch, but
it doesn´t work at all. (Not even in the console..)
Win7.
So i´m looking for a freelancer who helps me getting started..

(1) install and set-up elasticsearch on my local machine
(2) install a faceted search
(3) theme the facets
(4) use facets with AJAX

thx in advance - John


(David Pilato) #2

Hi John,

What is exactly your problem ?

Did you succeeded in installing elasticsearch on your local machine ?
Did you index some documents ?
How do they look like ?
What do you mean by "install a faceted search" ?

Cheers
David.

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Envoyé : jeudi 15 décembre 2011 18:32
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Objet : Looking for Freelancer help me get started with elasticsearch

Hi,

i try to build a faceted search for a website with elasticsearch, but
it doesn´t work at all. (Not even in the console..)
Win7.
So i´m looking for a freelancer who helps me getting started..

(1) install and set-up elasticsearch on my local machine
(2) install a faceted search
(3) theme the facets
(4) use facets with AJAX

thx in advance - John


(mrblue) #3

On Dec 15, 11:46 pm, "David Pilato" da...@pilato.fr wrote:

Hi John,

What is exactly your problem ?

Did you succeeded in installing elasticsearch on your local machine ?
Did you index some documents ?
How do they look like ?
What do you mean by "install a faceted search" ?

Cheers
David.

Hi David,

i installed Java + Elastisearch and i can start it using the
powershell. There is no error. I installed (well copied..) curl and
whatever i try, i always get some parsing errors.
Even a simple curl -XPUT 'http://localhost:9200/twitter/tweet/1' -d
'{ "user" : "kimchy" }' will not work, and i tried lots of
different syntaxes. I always get some strange parser errors like
"MapperParsingExeption[Failed to parse]; nested
JsonParseExeption[Unexpected character {'k' <code 107}}.. expected a
valid value etc..
I get the same errors in the console where i run elasticsearch.

If i enter http://localhost:9200/twitter/tweet/1' -d '{ "user" :
"kimchy" } into the firefox adress bar, it returns
{"_index":"twitter","_type":"tweet","_id":"1' -d '{ "user" :
"kimchy" }","exists":false}

By the way: should this work ? Can i just enter commands in the adress
bar ?

This one drives me insane.
Final goal would be a faceted AJAX search, but there is a long way to
go..


(David Pilato) #4

Have a look at this thread about curl with windows :

https://groups.google.com/group/elasticsearch/browse_thread/thread/d0ef71ce4ee4bbc/50c763e37414d2b4?hl=fr&lnk=gst&q=Curl+dadoonet#50c763e37414d2b4

You should use curl but not the firefox address bar
Instead, you can download mobz interface for ES to play with ES from firefox.

HTH
David :wink:
@dadoonet

Le 16 déc. 2011 à 05:07, mrblue john.agricola.27@googlemail.com a écrit :

On Dec 15, 11:46 pm, "David Pilato" da...@pilato.fr wrote:

Hi John,

What is exactly your problem ?

Did you succeeded in installing elasticsearch on your local machine ?
Did you index some documents ?
How do they look like ?
What do you mean by "install a faceted search" ?

Cheers
David.

Hi David,

i installed Java + Elastisearch and i can start it using the
powershell. There is no error. I installed (well copied..) curl and
whatever i try, i always get some parsing errors.
Even a simple curl -XPUT 'http://localhost:9200/twitter/tweet/1' -d
'{ "user" : "kimchy" }' will not work, and i tried lots of
different syntaxes. I always get some strange parser errors like
"MapperParsingExeption[Failed to parse]; nested
JsonParseExeption[Unexpected character {'k' <code 107}}.. expected a
valid value etc..
I get the same errors in the console where i run elasticsearch.

If i enter http://localhost:9200/twitter/tweet/1' -d '{ "user" :
"kimchy" } into the firefox adress bar, it returns
{"_index":"twitter","_type":"tweet","_id":"1' -d '{ "user" :
"kimchy" }","exists":false}

By the way: should this work ? Can i just enter commands in the adress
bar ?

This one drives me insane.
Final goal would be a faceted AJAX search, but there is a long way to
go..


(system) #5