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Simple ElasticSearch indexing integration for CubicWeb

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Simple ElasticSearch indexing integration for CubicWeb


  • elasticsearch-locations (CW_ELASTICSEARCH_LOCATIONS)
  • index-name (CW_INDEX_NAME)
  • elasticsearch-verify-certs (CW_ELASTICSEARCH_VERIFY_CERTS)

Pyramid debug panel

To activate the debug panel, you’ll need to install pyramid_debugtoolbar, typically with:

pip install pyramid_debugtoolbar

Then, you’ll have activate the debug toolbar and include the ElasticSearch panel in your pyramid.ini:

pyramid.includes =
debugtoolbar.includes =

Alltext field

The cubicweb_elasticsearch.search_helpers.compose_search referencies a custom alltext field which contains all indexed text. This field must be defined in the custom Indexer mapping.

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