Elastic Search Demo App

Version 1.0.0 (OutSystems 10)
Published on 03 April 2017 by 
Created on 03 April 2017
An example app on how to use Elastic Search to do high performant free text searches.
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A sample app that does free text search using Elastic Search 

  • Two types of record : Person; Company

  • Free text search selected fields of both type of records: Name and NIF

  • Show results by order of relevance

  • Show summary of total results

  • Changes of record data searchable right after the update

  • Fast response times

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