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Indexes

On the top right you have two options:
Indexes Fig 1

When you choose to create a new index the following page will load:
Indexes Fig 2

When you choose Dynamic Query the following page will load:
Indexes Fig 3

In Recent Queries you can see and load again recent queries
Indexes Fig 15

With "Delete All Idle Indexes" all idle indexes will be deleted. There are also other options available:

Indexes Fig 15_1

Note

Raven/DocumentsByEntityName index will never be deleted (it is used by the Studio).

In the body of the page you can see a list of the available indexes
If you click on the index name a query page will load with ability to query the result of the index
Indexes Fig 4

If you click on the pencil icon of an index the edit index page will load
Indexes Fig 5

Creating new and editing index

In both pages the layout is the same
On the top right you have several buttons

Indexes Fig 6

From right to left:
- Save: will save the changes to the index

  • Add Map: adds map section to the index
    If you have more the one map you can delete extra maps with the X on the right
    Indexes Fig 7

  • Add Reduce: adds reduce section to the index
    Only one reduce is possible, if you add a reduce the icon from the top will be removed, if the reduce section is deleted (by pressing the X on the right) it will return to the options
    Indexes Fig 8

  • Add Field: adds a field section to the index
    It is possible to add as many fields as you want (you can remove a field by pressing the X)
    Indexes Fig 10

  • Add Transform: adds transform section to the index
    Only one transform is possible, if you add a transform the icon from the top will be removed, if the transform section is deleted (by pressing the X on the right) it will return to the options
    Indexes Fig 9

  • Add Spatial Field: adds a spatial field section to the index
    It is possible to add as many apatial fields as you want (you can remove a field by pressing the X)
    Indexes Fig 10

  • Index Priority: you can choose what priority will current index have.

  • Terms: Directs to the page where you can see the list of terms
    Indexes Fig 16

  • Stats: Directs to the Index statistics
    Indexes Fig 17

  • Query: Will send to the query page on the index
  • Undo: Will discard all changes made to the index
  • Delete: Will delete the index

In the body of the page you have a place for the title of the index and a body for the map.
Each index must have both a name and a map.
Indexes Fig 11

Querying index

In Dynamic Query, at the top of the page, user can choose a collection (or all documents) for which the query will be executed.

Indexes Fig 12

Other then that the layout for dynamic query and index query is the same
At the top right you have several buttons:
Indexes Fig 13

  • Execute: Runs the query.
  • Recent Queries: Shows and allows to go to recent queries
  • Add Sort By: Add option to sort the results:
    Indexes Fig 18

  • Add Transformer: Adds a possibility to use a Transformer on the results:
    Indexes Fig 18

  • Query Options: In here you can select if the default operator is OR/AND (default is OR), and if to show fields and index entries.
    Indexes Fig 19

At the top of the body you have a space to type your query (with lucene syntax)
At to bottom the results of the query
Indexes Fig 14

In the area for the query you can use Ctrl + Space for hints on field names:
Indexes Fig 20