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README.asciidoc

Elasticsearch Grails plugin Build Status

An Elasticsearch plugin for Grails; This project is a fork based on the great work done by the guys at:

Why would you want to fork the original Elasticsearch plugin?

The original Elasticsearch plugin relies on Hibernate-specific GORM components, thus rendering it unusable if you back your Grails application by any other database.

Documentation

For latest stable version of plugin documentation, Click Here

How can I obtain the plugin?

Just like any other Grails plugin, through the Grails Plugin center. Edit your project’s build.gradle file, by adding the plugin’s dependency declaration:

dependencies {
    ...
    compile "org.grails.plugins:elasticsearch:2.4.0"
    ...

}

Versioning

Plugin Version Grails Version Elasticsearch Version

2.5.0.BUILD-SNAPSHOT

3.3.x

5.5.3

2.4.1

3.3.x

5.4.3

2.4.0

3.1.y

5.4.1

1.4.1

3.1.y

5.4.1

1.2.1

3.2.y

2.3.z

1.2.0

3.1.y

2.3.z

1.0.0.x

3.1.y

1.6.z

0.1.0.x

2.y

2.1.z

0.0.4.x

2.y

1.6.z

Ohs Nos! I’m hitting a java.lang.Exception: No datastore implementation specified

This error means that you probably haven’t specified your datastore type in your application.groovy or application.yml file. This plugin has an auto-index feature which automatically propagates any changes made to searchable Domains into the search index; this is done by hooking into GORM’s storage events but also requires a reference to the active datastore implementation. To fix, edit your project’s application.groovy or application.yml file and add: application.groovy

elasticSearch {
    ...
    datastoreImpl = 'nameOfDatastoreBean'
    ...
}

application.yml

elasticSearch:
    datastoreImpl: nameOfDatastoreBean

Where the value should be the name of the datastore bean as it is configured in the Spring context; some possible values:

MongoDB

mongoDatastore

Hibernate

hibernateDatastore

License

Copyright 2014 the original author or authors.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

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