Feature #10897


Offer an advanced issue query language as an alternative to it's current UI

Added by Maher Gamal almost 12 years ago. Updated over 8 years ago.

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If you are familiar with Jira 4, then you will have noticed the advanced issue query language that it provides as linked below.

This opens up a great amount of flexibility when forming queries.

What do you think ?

Related issues

Related to Redmine - Feature #9180: Improve search system for issues - like "context specific search"New2011-09-04

Related to Redmine - Defect #15781: Customfields have a noticable impact on search performance due to slow database COUNTClosedJean-Philippe Lang

Actions #1

Updated by Maher Gamal almost 12 years ago

Any chance in seeing this feature soon ?

Actions #2

Updated by Ewan Makepeace over 11 years ago

I just posted to #9180 - I think rather than implementing an in house advanced search syntax we should consider bolting on an existing search framework such as which will offer all those capabilities and a lot more?

Actions #3

Updated by Maher Gamal over 11 years ago

I agree on reusing existing search frameworks and elasticsearch looks quite interesting.

Actions #4

Updated by claude g about 11 years ago

+1 also looking forward for any search enhancement ! Can someone increase priority of this tracker please ?

Actions #5

Updated by Etienne Massip about 11 years ago

Does ElasticSearch have Ruby bindings, is it easily deployable?

I was thinking about using Sunspot but maybe as a plugin.

Actions #6

Updated by Leonardo Salgado almost 11 years ago


Actions #7

Updated by Anonymous over 10 years ago

+1 for ElasticSearch

Actions #8

Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA over 10 years ago

  • Related to Defect #15781: Customfields have a noticable impact on search performance due to slow database COUNT added
Actions #9

Updated by Danil Tashkinov about 10 years ago

If you interested in elasticsearch for redmine check this plugin

Actions #10

Updated by Christopher Caruk over 8 years ago

There's some work on this going on over here:

Is there someone monitoring this thread who has experience with ElasticSearch and Tika who might be able to help out?

Danil's plugin seems to work fine for text files but not for Docs or PDFs. Does anyone here know if there is a trick to getting Elastic to index formatted documents?


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