How to replace and update document in Kibana Application on Elastic Search

To Replace and Update Document in Kibana Application

Elastic search is a search engine based on Lucene. It provides a distributed, multi tenant-capable full-text search engine with an HTTP web interface and schema-free JSON documents. Elastic search is developed in Java and is released as open source under the terms of the Apache License. 


We know elastic search comprises of nodes and clusters which are the center of the elastic search architecture. 


Node is a server that stores part of data

Cluster is a collection of nodes.


To Replace and Update Document

Next assign ID for the created document by running the following command. 

PUT /title /default/1

Json objects // Document creation

//Changes made


In the above setup, 

title denotes index name

default denotes type name

1 denotes id assigned for document




And then, you shall retrieve and see the changes. 

GET /title/default/1


In the right panel, you'll get the output as shown in the following image. 


With this, the tutorial on replacing and update the document in Kibana application

Thank you! for using Linux Help.

You find this tutorial helpful? Share with your friends to keep it alive.
For more help topics browse our website
Be the first to comment, we value your suggestions. For further queries please comment below.

Tags: Elastic Search Kibana
user image Author :  Jackson