actually - let me clarify - I do have a mapping defined with some static
fields which allows dynamic field additions - The issue is that I posted
some objects with a string field , however later I decided to for that
field to be an object . When I post I get the unknown property exception -
That old field is still in the mapping as a string .. I was wondering if
there is some way to clean this up , otherwise I would have to rename that
field (and a few others with the same problem.. the json serializer
decided to output an escaped string instead of valid json).. Thanks for
On Monday, November 18, 2013 2:29:27 PM UTC-8, Boaz Leskes wrote:
Do you mean mapping fields? If so, the answer is no - there is currently
no way to remove them. The only option open to you is to reindex the index
without those fields.
On Monday, November 18, 2013 9:51:18 PM UTC+1, the_nozzle wrote:
Hey all - is there a way to rid the index metadata of old field entries
that essentially point to nothing ? Thanks .
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