Using only Analyzers, Tokenizers


(jazzbearz) #1

Is there anyway to use the analyzer and tokenizer separately?

I’m trying to make a real-time search service like the twitter. In
order to do this, I need to develop a server that does pull a result
from elasticsearch first, then send real-time search results by
comet. To accomplish this, the server needs analyzed search words and
analyzed data lines. So, is it possible to get the analyzed result
from eleasticsearch server?


(Clinton Gormley) #2

I’m trying to make a real-time search service like the twitter. In
order to do this, I need to develop a server that does pull a result
from elasticsearch first, then send real-time search results by
comet. To accomplish this, the server needs analyzed search words and
analyzed data lines. So, is it possible to get the analyzed result
from eleasticsearch server?

This sounds like what you're looking for:

Due for release in version 0.14.0

clint


(Shay Banon) #3

Out of curiosity, I am not sure I understand why do you need the analyzed text?
On Friday, December 3, 2010 at 2:58 PM, Clinton Gormley wrote:

I’m trying to make a real-time search service like the twitter. In
order to do this, I need to develop a server that does pull a result
from elasticsearch first, then send real-time search results by
comet. To accomplish this, the server needs analyzed search words and
analyzed data lines. So, is it possible to get the analyzed result
from eleasticsearch server?

This sounds like what you're looking for:
http://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/issue/529

Due for release in version 0.14.0

clint


(jazzbearz) #4

Clinton,
Thanks. That was what I needed.

Shay,
My Idea of making a real-time search requires separate http handling
comet server that can process texts pushed from web servers. The
comet server tries to search the analyzed input text based on analyzed
user's search queries, then send back to users if it matches to the
queries.

On Dec 4, 2:58 am, Shay Banon shay.ba...@elasticsearch.com wrote:

Out of curiosity, I am not sure I understand why do you need the analyzed text?

On Friday, December 3, 2010 at 2:58 PM, Clinton Gormley wrote:

I’m trying to make a real-time search service like the twitter. In
order to do this, I need to develop a server that does pull a result
from elasticsearch first, then send real-time search results by
comet. To accomplish this, the server needs analyzed search words and
analyzed data lines. So, is it possible to get the analyzed result
from eleasticsearch server?

This sounds like what you're looking for:
http://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/issue/529

Due for release in version 0.14.0

clint


(Shay Banon) #5

Then why not just execute the search against an index? Are you going to implement your own search mechanism?
On Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at 8:01 PM, jazzbearz wrote:

Clinton,
Thanks. That was what I needed.

Shay,
My Idea of making a real-time search requires separate http handling
comet server that can process texts pushed from web servers. The
comet server tries to search the analyzed input text based on analyzed
user's search queries, then send back to users if it matches to the
queries.

On Dec 4, 2:58 am, Shay Banon shay.ba...@elasticsearch.com wrote:

Out of curiosity, I am not sure I understand why do you need the analyzed text?

On Friday, December 3, 2010 at 2:58 PM, Clinton Gormley wrote:

I’m trying to make a real-time search service like the twitter. In
order to do this, I need to develop a server that does pull a result
from elasticsearch first, then send real-time search results by
comet. To accomplish this, the server needs analyzed search words and
analyzed data lines. So, is it possible to get the analyzed result
from eleasticsearch server?

This sounds like what you're looking for:
http://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/issue/529

Due for release in version 0.14.0

clint


(system) #6