I have checked the documentation and searched in the internet but I could not find information how to schedule indexing a document in a specific datetime.
All I have found is following but not working
"later": "2023-05-30T10:00:00" // The datetime for indexing
// Add more fields as needed
Can someone please point a source for this?
thanks in advance …
So, I will change my question: is Opensearch able to schedule indexing a document for specific datetime? or it is just a urban legend!
I havent seen that before, most if not all shippers send logs/messages/documents as soon as they arrive. Can I ask why you need a document at a specific time?
@dnelub By indexing you mean ingesting data to OpenSearch/OpenDistro?
If so, I’m not aware of such a function. OpenSearch/OpenDistro just accepts the data instead of pulling it.
You would have to configure your data source to push the data to the OpenSearch/OpenDistro at a specific time.
In regards to alerting, it is used to observe indices with already ingested data and trigger action based on the configured rules.
Thanks for the answers. I just wanted to be sure if there is a way to do it in Opensearch. So, I will do it by coding.