node-red-contrib-elasticsearch-jd - A set of Node-RED nodes for Elasticsearch including search, get, exists, create, update and delete

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A set of Node-RED nodes for Elasticsearch including search, get, exists, create, update and delete. Adds a document in a specific index, making it searchable.


elasticsearch : >=1.1.0



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