Support » Plugin: Fantastic ElasticSearch » Works as advertised, seems to integrate nicely with WordPress API

  • Scott

    (@scottrice10gmailcom)


    The ultimate for me would be to connect the exposed api at wp-query -> facet with the Views plugin, to create an ‘Elasticsearch View’ similar to the ‘Apache Solr View’ available in Drupal.

    Already, because this plugin integrates with wp-query, it is easy to configure which fields are displayed on the search results page using the Views plugin. However, configuring Views to output Elasticsearch facets rather than MySQL filters might be a large challenge.

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  • Plugin Author Paris Holley

    (@parisholley)

    Thanks for feedback! I’m open to looking at ways to make consumption of facets easier. If you could provide some details as to how the that and another plugin word work, feel free to open an issue on github (or try it your self and issue a pull request if you are adventurous enough).

    Thread Starter Scott

    (@scottrice10gmailcom)

    Cool, thanks for the response. I’ve opened an issue on Github.

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