How to Implement Elasticsearch with rails

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By: Shivani Nerkar Category: Ruby on Rails Technologies: Ruby on Rails

Elasticsearch is a powerful full-text search engine based on Apache Lucene. Elastic search is a search engine based on Apache Lucene — and information retrieval software library. It allows us to store, search and analyze big volumes of data in real-time.

Following are the steps of

1) rails new elastic_search_app

2) cd elastic_search_app

3) bundle

4) rails db:create db:migrate db:seed

5) rails assets:precompile

6) Performed the CRUD for Post Model.

  • rails g controller posts index create new update destroy

7) rails db:migrate

8) set routes

  • resources:posts

9) rails s

10) In the gem file add the below line of code

  • gem ‘elasticsearch-model’

11) Add the below code in the post.rd file

12) Install Elasticsearch

Steps of Installation of elastic search:

Configure elastic search:

  • sudo nano /etc/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.yml

Securing elastic search:

  • sudo ufw allow from 198.51.100.0 to any port 9200

Testing elastic search:

  • curl -X GET ‘http://localhost:9200'

13) We are going to create a class method in the post model that will take the search query as an argument but it will fetch only published posts. Add the following method in the app/models/post.rb file:

14) Add the search action in the post controller

15) Update the routes like below

16) Update the code of index.mhtl.erb under app/views/posts and add the following code.

17) rails s

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