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NAME ^

Elastijk - A specialized ElasticSearch client.

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Elastijk;

    my ($status, $response) = Elastijk::request({
        host => "localhost",
        port => "9200",
        method => "GET",

        index => "blog",
        type => "article",
        command => "_search",

        uri_param => { search_type => "dfs_query_then_fetch" }
        body => {
            query => { match => { "body" => "cpan" } }
        }
    });

    if ($status eq "200") {
        for my $hit (@{ $response->{hits}{hits} }) {
            say $hit->{url};
        }
    }

DESCRIPTION ^

Elastijk is a ElasticSearch client library. It uses Hijk, a HTTP client that implements a tiny subset of HTTP/1.1 just enough to talk to ElasticSearch via HTTP.

Elastijk provided low-level functions that are almost identical as using HTTP client, and a object-oriented sugar-layer to make it easier to use. The following documentation describe the object-oriented uses first, then the functions.

OBJECT PROPERTIES

An Elastijk object does not use object frameworks, but just follow the perl convention. Object is a blessed hash, while all key-value pairs in the hash are the properties. Users could break the pacaking and modify those values, but it is fine. All key-value pairs are shallow-copied from `new` method:

    my $es = Elastijk->new(
        host => "es1.example.com",
        port => "9200"
    );

Here's a full list of key-value pairs that are consumed:

    host  => Str "localhost"
    port  => Str "9200"
    index => Str (optional)
    type  => Str (optional)

The values for index and type act like a "default" value and they are only used in methods that could use them. Those methods should also takes new values for index or type and overrieds the defaults.

OBJECT METHODS ^

search( $param1 => $value1, $param2 => $value2, ... )

This method encapsulate <request body search|http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/search-request-body.html>

The arguments are key-value pairs from the API documents.

uri_search ( ... )

This method encapsulate uri search|http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/search-uri-request.html

The arguments are key-value pairs from the API documents.

exists( index => Str )

Check if the given index exists.

See also http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/indices-exists.html

exists( index => Str, type => Str )

Check if the given type exists.

See also http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/indices-types-exists.html

delete

FUNCTIONS ^

Elastijk::request( $args :HashRef ) : ($status :Int, $response :HashRef)

Making a request to the ElasticSearch server specified in $args. It returns 2 values. $status is the HTTP status code of the response, and the $response decoded as HashRef. ElasticSearch API always respond a single HashRef as JSON text, this might or might not be changed in the future, if it is changed then this function will be adjusted accordingly.

Elastijk::request_raw( $args :HashRef ) : ($status :Int, $response :Str)

Making a request to the ElasticSearch server specified in $args. The main difference between this function and Elastijk::request is that $args-{body}> s expected to be a String scalar, rather then a HashRef. And the $response is not decoded from JSON. This function can be used if users wish to use their own JSON parser to parse response, or if they wish to delay the parsing to be done latter in some bulk-processing pipeline.

AUTHORS ^

Kang-min Liu <gugod@gugod.org>
Borislav Nikolov <jack@sofialondonmoskva.com>

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2013 Kang-min Liu <gugod@gugod.org>.

LICENCE ^

The MIT License

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY ^

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