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es:search-options-generate

es:search-options-generate(
   $model as map:map
) as element(search:options)

Summary

This function is deprecated and will not be supported in MarkLogic 11.
Generate a set of query options that can be used to query your entity instances using several MarkLogic server-side and client APIs.

Parameters
$model A valid basic entity model.

Usage Notes

The generated query options can be used to query your entity instances using the XQuery Search API, the Server-Side JavaScript JSearch API, or the REST, Java, or Node.js Client APIs. For example, you can use the output of this function as the second argument to the search:search function or in a combined query passed through the REST, Java, or Node.js Client APIs.

You can use the options as-is or customize them. As-is, the options include several constraints and potentially useful default behavior. For example, the options include a constraint named entity-type that differentiates among the various entity types in the model. The options also leverage lexicon and range index definitions in the basic model. The options include the following:

See Also

Example

xquery version "1.0-ml";
import module namespace es = "http://marklogic.com/entity-services"
  at "/MarkLogic/entity-services/entity-services.xqy";

es:search-options-generate( es:model-from-xml(
<es:model xmlns:es="http://marklogic.com/entity-services">
  <es:info>
    <es:title>Example</es:title>
    <es:version>1.0.0</es:version>
    <es:description>ES Examples</es:description>
  </es:info>
  <es:definitions>
    <Name>
      <es:properties>
        <first><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></first>
        <middle><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></middle>
        <last><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></last>
      </es:properties>
      <es:required>first</es:required>
      <es:required>last</es:required>
    </Name>
    <Person>
      <es:properties>
        <id><es:datatype>int</es:datatype></id>
        <name><es:ref>#/definitions/Name</es:ref></name>
        <bio><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></bio>
        <rating><es:datatype>float</es:datatype></rating>
        <phone>
          <es:datatype>array</es:datatype>
          <es:items><es:datatype>string</es:datatype></es:items>
        </phone>
        <friend>
          <es:datatype>array</es:datatype>
          <es:items><es:ref>#/definitions/Person</es:ref></es:items>
        </friend>
      </es:properties>
      <es:primary-key>id</es:primary-key>
      <es:required>id</es:required>
      <es:required>name</es:required>
      <es:range-index>rating</es:range-index>
      <es:word-lexicon>bio</es:word-lexicon>
    </Person>
  </es:definitions>
</es:model>
))

(: ==> Search options similar to the following:

<search:options xmlns:search="http://marklogic.com/appservices/search">
  <search:constraint name="entity-type">
    <search:value>
      <search:element ns="http://marklogic.com/entity-services" name="title"/>
    </search:value>
  </search:constraint>
  <search:constraint name="id">
    <search:value>
      <search:element ns="" name="id"/>
    </search:value>
  </search:constraint>
  <search:constraint name="rating">
    <search:range type="xs:float" facet="true">
      <search:path-index xmlns:es="http://marklogic.com/entity-services">
        //es:instance/Person/rating
      </search:path-index>
    </search:range>
  </search:constraint>
  <search:constraint name="bio">
    <search:word>
      <search:element ns="" name="bio"/>
    </search:word>
  </search:constraint>
  <search:tuples name="Person">
    <search:range type="xs:float" facet="true">
      <search:path-index xmlns:es="http://marklogic.com/entity-services">
        //es:instance/Person/rating
      </search:path-index>
    </search:range>
  </search:tuples>
  <!--Uncomment to return no results for a blank search, rather than the default of all results
  <search:term xmlns:search="http://marklogic.com/appservices/search">
    <search:empty apply="no-results"/>
  </search:term> 
  -->
  <search:values name="uris">
    <search:uri/>
  </search:values>
  <!--Change to 'filtered' to exclude false-positives in certain searches-->
  <search:search-option>unfiltered</search:search-option>
  <!--Modify document extraction to change results returned-->
  <search:extract-document-data selected="include">
    <search:extract-path xmlns:es="http://marklogic.com/entity-services">
      //es:instance/(Name|Person)
    </search:extract-path>
  </search:extract-document-data>
  <!--Change or remove this additional-query to broaden search beyond entity instance documents-->
  <search:additional-query>
    <cts:element-query xmlns:cts="http://marklogic.com/cts">
      <cts:element xmlns:es="http://marklogic.com/entity-services">
        es:instance
      </cts:element>
      <cts:true-query/>
    </cts:element-query>
  </search:additional-query>
  <!--To return facets, change this option to 'true' and edit constraints-->
  <search:return-facets>false</search:return-facets>
  <!--To return snippets, comment out or remove this option-->
  <search:transform-results apply="empty-snippet"/>
</search:options>
 :)
  

Example

xquery version "1.0-ml";
import module namespace es = "http://marklogic.com/entity-services"
    at "/MarkLogic/entity-services/entity-services.xqy";
import module namespace search = "http://marklogic.com/appservices/search" 
    at "/MarkLogic/appservices/search/search.xqy";

(: Assume the model shown in the previous example, and that the 
 : database is configured with a range index on the rating property. :)
let $basic-model := fn:doc("/models/full.json")
let $options := es:search-options-generate($basic-model)
return search:search("entity-type:Person AND id:kc124 AND rating:5", $options)
  

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