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Elasticsearch can index media files by using external tools/parsers to extract the text content of the files. The parsers can be command line tools or web services. They must return plain text or a JSON structure. Define parsers for each file extension that should be processed. Use ''%in%'' to specify the input file for CLI tools. Web services must accept the input file as POST data. Here's a short example: <code> pdf /usr/bin/pdftotext %in% - docx </code> DokuWiki markup allowed
Last modified:
Results found: %s
ElasticSearch servers: one per line, add port number after a colon, give optional proxy after a comma
Elastic username is required if security is enabled in Elastic (default since version 8)
Elastic password is required if security is enabled in Elastic (default since version 8)
Index name to use, must exist or can be created with the cli.php tool.
Text to show in search result snippets
Search in wiki syntax in addition to page content
How many hits to show per page
Translation plugin support: search in current language namespace by default
Disable quick search (page id suggestions)

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