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Support for search_after param? #705

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jamesrwhite opened this Issue Jan 8, 2018 · 2 comments

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jamesrwhite commented Jan 8, 2018

Am I missing something or does the python client not support the search_after param described here?

I can't find any reference to it on https://elasticsearch-py.readthedocs.io/en/master/, the only mention of pagination is using scroll.

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The search_after parameter is part of the body which elasticsearch-py doesn't control or limit 9it is just passed through) so you can pass it in as needed.

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HonzaKral commented Jan 8, 2018

The search_after parameter is part of the body which elasticsearch-py doesn't control or limit 9it is just passed through) so you can pass it in as needed.

Hope this helps!

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jamesrwhite Jan 8, 2018

Oh ok, thanks.

Are size and sort not also part of the body yet the client seems to implement those as params?

jamesrwhite commented Jan 8, 2018

Oh ok, thanks.

Are size and sort not also part of the body yet the client seems to implement those as params?

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