I'm using Nest version 0.12.0.
I need to get a range filter in a form of BaseFilter.
However, this line of code creates a faulty BaseFilter which doesn't
contain the actual condition:
agg.ElasticsearchFilter = Nest.Filter.Range(i =>
Is this a bug, or am I doing something wrong?
Any way that will enable to cast from a RangeFilterDescriptor to a
BaseFilter will do.
This is becase .FacetFilter( i => i.Bool(j => j.Must(...))) accepts a
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