Query with facet_filter with a nested filter fails

Hi all,

I was curious if it is possible to use a nested filter inside a
facet_filter. I have curl gist that illustrates the failure I'm getting:

Any idea what, if anything, I am doing wrong?

Thanks!

Bob

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There's an error in the gist, on line 17,18, where it says

"list":{
"nested1":"nested",
This should be

"nested1":{
"type":"nested",

And then in the search query, line 62, use

"path":"nested1.nested2",

With those changes it works for me.

--Harmen

On Thursday, August 29, 2013 4:16:58 PM UTC+2, btiernay wrote:

Hi all,

I was curious if it is possible to use a nested filter inside a
facet_filter. I have curl gist that illustrates the failure I'm getting:

https://gist.github.com/btiernay/6378567

Any idea what, if anything, I am doing wrong?

Thanks!

Bob

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Oh, my mistake. Thanks for your help!

On Thursday, 29 August 2013 10:59:24 UTC-4, h.b.wa...@alumnus.rug.nl wrote:

There's an error in the gist, on line 17,18, where it says

"list":{
"nested1":"nested",
This should be

"nested1":{
"type":"nested",

And then in the search query, line 62, use

"path":"nested1.nested2",

With those changes it works for me.

--Harmen

On Thursday, August 29, 2013 4:16:58 PM UTC+2, btiernay wrote:

Hi all,

I was curious if it is possible to use a nested filter inside a
facet_filter. I have curl gist that illustrates the failure I'm getting:

https://gist.github.com/btiernay/6378567

Any idea what, if anything, I am doing wrong?

Thanks!

Bob

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Okay, I've updated the gist which now correctly parses, but still
illustrates the issue of not returning facets after applying a nested
filter:

Is this a real issue?

On Thursday, 29 August 2013 10:59:24 UTC-4, h.b.wa...@alumnus.rug.nl wrote:

There's an error in the gist, on line 17,18, where it says

"list":{
"nested1":"nested",
This should be

"nested1":{
"type":"nested",

And then in the search query, line 62, use

"path":"nested1.nested2",

With those changes it works for me.

--Harmen

On Thursday, August 29, 2013 4:16:58 PM UTC+2, btiernay wrote:

Hi all,

I was curious if it is possible to use a nested filter inside a
facet_filter. I have curl gist that illustrates the failure I'm getting:

https://gist.github.com/btiernay/6378567

Any idea what, if anything, I am doing wrong?

Thanks!

Bob

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