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Connect to ES and write documents with two modes: append and overwrite!

Project description

Using to insert/update ES document

To build and upload to pypi, run two commands

python bdist_wheel

python -m twine upload dist/

How to use

create es connection
import elasticwriter
from elasticwriter.elasticwriter import *

es = get_es([

create index if not exsited with mapping and setting

	mapping = {
           "_doc": { 
               "properties": {
                   "name": {
                        "type": "text",

    index_name = 'tuan-test'
    create_index_if_not_existed(es, index_name, mapping)

handle with dataframe

test_df = spark.createDataFrame([(1, 'tuan', 30), (2, 'tank', 27)], ['es_id', 'name', 'age'])

push_df_to_index(es, index_name, test_df, 'overwrite')

handle with list dictionary

test_list = [
    {'es_id': 3, 'name': 'tuyet', 'age': 25}
push_list_dict_to_index(es, index_name, test_list, 'overwrite')

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