Using a different analyzer for each query and same index

Hi,

first of all I am a noob with elastic so bear with me.

I am interested to know if this scenario is possible:

A user posts some text , my app detects the language and index the text
with the spanish analyzer for example.
B user posts some text in english, my app detects it and indexex the text
with the english analyzer in the same field.

The search query also specifies the analyzer.

Is this possible or do I need a field for every language? that's not a very
elegant solution.

some other idea?

thanks

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On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 4:16:42 PM UTC+2, Aris Alexis wrote:

Hi,

first of all I am a noob with elastic so bear with me.

I am interested to know if this scenario is possible:

A user posts some text , my app detects the language and index the text
with the spanish analyzer for example.
B user posts some text in english, my app detects it and indexex the text
with the english analyzer in the same field.

The search query also specifies the analyzer.

Is this possible or do I need a field for every language? that's not a
very elegant solution.

some other idea?

thanks

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Hi,

I think this page is useful for you.
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/guide/current/language-pitfalls.html

2014-10-12 0:39 GMT+09:00 Aris Alexis snowboard789@gmail.com:

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On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 4:16:42 PM UTC+2, Aris Alexis wrote:

Hi,

first of all I am a noob with elastic so bear with me.

I am interested to know if this scenario is possible:

A user posts some text , my app detects the language and index the text
with the spanish analyzer for example.
B user posts some text in english, my app detects it and indexex the text
with the english analyzer in the same field.

The search query also specifies the analyzer.

Is this possible or do I need a field for every language? that's not a
very elegant solution.

some other idea?

thanks

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