Query DSL, matching string, very easy example

hi, I'm starting on DSL query...

I'm a little bit lost because as an example I try to match a very easy sample but I can't match...

Is somebody can help me ? the only answer I get (on elasticsearch Head) is the 10th first document of my index...

I have my message in this "root" : doc._source.message

example :

{

 "took": 11,
 "timed_out": false,
 "_shards": {
   "total": 3,
   "successful": 3,
   "skipped": 0,
   "failed": 0},
 "hits": {
   "total": 1094542,
   "max_score": 1,
   "hits": [
     {
       "_index": "filebeat-2019.07.09",
       "_type": "doc",
       "_id": "xxxxxxxxxxxx",
       "_score": 1,
       "_source": { 
         "offset": 1082156,
         "prospector": { 
           "type": "log"},
         "source": "localhost_access_log.2019-07-09.txt",
         "message": "- - - [09/Jul/2019:08:00:46 +0200] 302 - POST /xxxxxxx 66",
         "http_verb": "POST",
         "duration": 66,
         "input": { 
           "type": "log"},
         "time_request": "09/Jul/2019:08:00:46 +0200",
         "@timestamp": "2019-07-08T06:00:46.000Z",
         "application": "XXXX",
         "host": { 
           "os": { 
             "codename": "Core",
             "family": "redhat",
             "version": "7 (Core)",
             "platform": "centos"},
            "containerized": true,
            "name": "YYYYY",
            "id": "123456789",
            "architecture": "x86_64"},
          "beat": { 
           "hostname": "YYYYY",
           "name": "YYYYY",
           "version": "6.5.1"},
          "http_status": "302",
          "http_bytes_sent": "-",
          "http_request": "/xxxxxxxx",
          "http_query_string": ""}},
     {
       "_index": "filebeat-2019.07.09",
       "_type": "doc",
       "_id": "123456789",
       "_score": 1,
       "_source": {
         "remote_addr": "xx.xx.xx.xx",
         "offset": 1082231,
         "prospector": {
           "type": "log"},
          "source": "/path/localhost_access_log.2019-07-09.txt",
          "message": "hello this my_string test",
          "http_verb": "GET",
          "duration": 39,
    ...

I tried this query and no success ! Here lmy tests :

test 1 :
{
"query": {
"query_string": {
"query": {
"match_phrase": {
"message": "my_string"
}
}
}
}
}

test 2 :
{
"query": { "match_phrase": { "message": "my_string" } }
}

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hi, Sorry for the incorrect format of my sample...

I just need example to understand how to do a query that match correctly le field message, but until now, I don't find the good syntax.

I just need example to understand how to do a query that match correctly le field message

I just need a simple script to start with it and then fix it and share the result with you.

but until now, I don't find the good syntax.

You have some examples here: https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/query-dsl-match-query.html

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