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Test fail on Elasticsearch 5.3.1 #907

titanmaru opened this Issue Apr 29, 2017 · 1 comment


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titanmaru commented Apr 29, 2017

As in ES version 5.3.1 release notes, they rejected any bulk index with empty IDs which cause one test to fail.

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ankane Apr 29, 2017


Fixed by #908 🎉


ankane commented Apr 29, 2017

Fixed by #908 🎉

@ankane ankane closed this Apr 29, 2017

mikelkew added a commit to mikelkew/searchkick that referenced this issue May 1, 2017

Merge commit '1fb35cc0f183480e018daa8a5da6b163f22732bd' into handle_h…

* commit '1fb35cc0f183480e018daa8a5da6b163f22732bd': (27 commits)
  Use better ActiveRecord hook - fixes ankane#910
  Removed unnecessary option [skip ci]
  Updated readme
  resolve customizable queue name as requested in ankane#799 (ankane#909)
  Updated tests to ES 5.3.2
  fix bulk index without IDs ankane#907 (ankane#908)
  Updated tests to ActiveRecord 5.1
  Version bump to 2.2.1
  Added index_suffix option - ankane#891
  Added load: {dumpable: true} option - closes ankane#887
  Test on Elasticsearch 5.3
  Updated changelog [skip ci]
  Support avg, cardinality, min, max and sum metric aggregates (ankane#877)
  Support cardinality metric aggregator (ankane#876)
  Improved exclude example [skip ci]
  Accept string for exclude option
  Improved synonyms section [skip ci]
  Added test for OR operator scoring
  Version bump to 2.2.0
  Fixed exclude case for exact match
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