MatchPhrase with zero terms

When you write a phrasequery in the "old" way as this:


It is possible to use "zero_terms_query":"all"

But if I use


it is not possible as far as I can see.
The zero_terms possibility is only mentioned in the "match-query" documentation, but not the "match-query-phrase".

Can this be right? and if it is, what is the thoughts behind this?
I can not use the "old" way to write it, as this gives a deprecated warning.

The problem came after I updated NEST from version 5.3 to version 6.0.2, as Version 5.3 mapped MatchPhraseQuery in the old way to a match query with type "phrase" - giving me the deprecated warning.
And I cant find a way to specify "zero_terms" for my MatchPhraseQuery after updating NEST.

Hope someone can help :slight_smile:

This is not supported by the match_phrase query, I don't think this was intentional though, it's just something we missed during the removal of the type option. Can you open an issue on github ?

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