View Source Meilisearch.Settings.SortableAttributes (meilisearch_ex v1.1.0)

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Functions

Get sortable attributes settings of an Index of your Meilisearch instance. Meilisearch documentation

Reset sortable attributes settings of an Index of your Meilisearch instance. Meilisearch documentation

Update sortable attributes settings of an Index of your Meilisearch instance. Meilisearch documentation

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@spec get(Tesla.Client.t(), String.t()) ::
  {:ok, [String.t()]} | {:error, Meilisearch.Client.error()}

Get sortable attributes settings of an Index of your Meilisearch instance. Meilisearch documentation

examples

Examples

iex> client = Meilisearch.Client.new(endpoint: "http://localhost:7700", key: "master_key_test")
iex> Meilisearch.Settings.SortableAttributes.get(client, "movies")
{:ok, ["price", "author.surname"]}
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reset(client, index_uid)

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Reset sortable attributes settings of an Index of your Meilisearch instance. Meilisearch documentation

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Examples

iex> client = Meilisearch.Client.new(endpoint: "http://localhost:7700", key: "master_key_test")
iex> Meilisearch.Settings.SortableAttributes.reset(client, "movies")
{:ok, %{
  taskUid: 0,
  indexUid: "movies",
  status: :enqueued,
  type: :settingsUpdate,
  enqueuedAt: ~U[2021-08-12 10:00:00]
}}
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update(client, index_uid, params)

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@spec update(Tesla.Client.t(), String.t(), [String.t()]) ::
  {:ok, Meilisearch.SummarizedTask.t()} | {:error, Meilisearch.Client.error()}

Update sortable attributes settings of an Index of your Meilisearch instance. Meilisearch documentation

examples

Examples

iex> client = Meilisearch.Client.new(endpoint: "http://localhost:7700", key: "master_key_test")
iex> Meilisearch.Settings.SortableAttributes.update(client, "movies", ["price", "author"])
{:ok, %{
  taskUid: 0,
  indexUid: "movies",
  status: :enqueued,
  type: :settingsUpdate,
  enqueuedAt: ~U[2021-08-12 10:00:00]
}}