Has anyone had any success indexing their multitenant data with searchkick?
I followed the suggested article in the readme (https:// but this results in an index for each tenant/model combination which will become expensive and is not scalable.
Please note that Found is now known as Elastic Cloud.
One of the trickiest parts of integrating Elasticsearch into an existing app is figuring out how to manage the flow of data from an authoritative data source, such as an SQL database, into Elasticsearch.
The bulk API is a key part of most Elasticsearch replication stories for multiple reasons.
In just the last few days, I have started experiencing some issues with Outlook when opening messages sent from Pay Pal.
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Therefore, I am trying to create one index per model, for all tenants (ie one index for the model rather than 100 indicies if I have 100 users).
UPDATE: This article refers to our hosted Elasticsearch offering by an older name, Found.
While it could be argued that Outlook should handle this invalid link much better than it does…
We all know that Microsoft is responsible for Outlook, so really we should not expect too much in the way of “graceful error handling”.
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