NOTICE: This gem is no longer maintained.
It is now provided as reference for those operating with a CloudSearch 2011 backed search system.
We recommend updating to the current (2013) API and the official aws/aws-sdk-ruby gems
This gem is an implementation of the Amazon Web Service CloudSearch 2011 API.
The AWS CloudSearch service is comprised of three API end-points:
- document batching
This gem currently supports only the search and document batching APIs. To access the CloudSearch configuration API from Ruby, use the aws-sdk gem.
Spoke developed this library in a short period of time in order to migrate from IndexTank to AWS CloudSearch. As such, there are a few features that are missing that we would like to build over time.
- Implementation of the configuration API
- Query builder
- Faceting helpers
- Spec tests that stub the AWS CloudSearch service
- Sample usage in this README
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install aws_cloud_search
Note: work in progress
Initialize the library
# if your CloudSearch domain is in the us-east-1 region and availability zone ds = ::.('your-domain-name-53905x4594jxty') # if your CloudSearch domain is in a different AWS region and/or availability zone ds = ::.('your-domain-53905x4594jxty', 'us-west-2')
Better yet, store those values in a YAML configuration file or in environment variables.
Create some documents
Since AWS charges per batch, it is best to batch as many documents as you can in each batch.
Document#new takes an optional parameter
auto_version which you set to true to automatically set the version, the default value is false.
doc1 = ::.(true) doc1.id = '12345677890abcdef' doc1.lang = 'en' doc1.add_field('name', 'Jane Williams') doc1.add_field('type', 'person') doc2 = ::.(true) doc2.id = '588687626634767634' doc2.lang = 'en' doc2.add_field :name, 'Bob Dobalina' doc2.add_field :type, 'person'
Add documents to a new document batch
batch = ::. batch.add_document doc1 batch.add_document doc2
Include document deletes to your document batch
doc3 = ::.(true) doc3.id = 'fedcba0987654321' batch.delete_document doc3
Send the document batch
Searching Text Fields with the Query Parameter
search_request = ::. search_request.q = "Bob" search_results = ds.search(search_request) search_results.hits.each do |hit| puts hit['id'] puts hit['name'] end
Searching Literal Fields with a Boolean Query
search_request = ::. search_request.bq = "type:'person'" search_results = ds.search(search_request) search_results.hits.each do |hit| puts hit['id'] puts hit['name'] end
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Added some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request
0.0.2 Added support for faceting