Elasticsearch Console (ES 6)

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This node performs a request against Elasticsearch. It gives access to the full REST API of Elasticsearch and allows to execute GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE requests to query and/or modify documents. We recommend using the “JSON to Table” node to convert the JSON result to a table.

Find documentation and examples about the Elasticsearch REST API in the Elasticsearch guide .


The protocol used to connect to Elasticsearch. The following strategies are available:
  • HTTP: Connect via HTTP. Be aware: Data transfer is send unencrypted and vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks.
  • HTTPS: Connect via HTTPS. Data transfer is send encrypted. The Elasticsearch server has to support this mode.
Host name.
Network port under which Elasticsearch can be reached. By default Elasticsearch uses port 9200 for communication.
Accept all certificates
If enabled, all SSL certificates will be accepted. Caution: Only enable this option if you really know what you are doing!
The protocol used to connect to Elasticsearch. The following strategies are available:
  • None: No authentication is used. Elasticsearch can be accessed without any access restrictions.
  • Credentials: Credentials are injected via KNIME credentials. Select the proper credential via drop-down menu.
  • Username & Password: Username and password are provided within the dialog. Enter username and password in the provided text fields.
The HTTP method to be performed (e.g, GET, POST, PUT, DELETE).
The endpoint the request is performed against.
Request Body
The request body written in Elasticsearch Query DSL .

Input Ports

An Elasticsearch connection.

Output Ports

The results of the executed query.


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