Elasticsearch is an extra by tonyklapatch, first released on 2018-09-03.
In development Elasticsearch plugin for MODX, not recommended for production use or the casual user yet.
Can be used to index resources with their TVs on save or in a custom snippet. Includes basic search form. Features CMP to view all available Elasticsearch indices with their name and health (must add menu item for a=index&namespace=elasticsearch).
Request features, view the roadmap, and report bugs here.
Before installing, make sure you have an instance of Elasticsearch running somewhere, whether on your local machine or a foreign node that's accessible by your server.Install and configure Elasticsearch. Make sure it is accessible by your web server.Download and install the transport package.Configure the system settings elasticsearch.hosts (JSON of Elasticsearch instances) and elasticsearch.resource_index (the Elasticsearch index resources will be indexed to). Optionally, create a mapping to allow Elasticsearch to better understand your content.Save a resource, it should now be indexed if everything connected successfully. Check your error log if the resource did not appear in your Elasticsearch index.
- First seen
- Supported databases
- Minimum MODX Requirement
|MODX.com||0.2.0-dev||2018-09-03 (5 months ago)|
|MODX.com||0.1.1-dev||2018-09-01 (5 months ago)|
|MODX.com||0.1.0-dev||2018-08-30 (5 months ago)|