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@nestjs/elasticsearch

6.0.1 • Public • Published

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Description

Elasticsearch module for Nest based on the official elasticsearch package.

Installation

$ npm i --save @nestjs/elasticsearch elasticsearch @types/elasticsearch

Usage

Import ElasticsearchModule:

@Module({
  imports: [ElasticsearchModule.register({
    host: 'localhost:9200',
    log: 'trace',
  })],
  providers: [...],
})
export class SearchModule {}

Inject ElasticsearchService:

@Injectable()
export class SearchService {
  constructor(private readonly elasticsearchService: ElasticsearchService) {}
}

Async options

Quite often you might want to asynchronously pass your module options instead of passing them beforehand. In such case, use registerAsync() method, that provides a couple of various ways to deal with async data.

1. Use factory

ElasticsearchModule.registerAsync({
  useFactory: () => ({
    host: 'localhost:9200',
    log: 'trace',
  }),
})

Obviously, our factory behaves like every other one (might be async and is able to inject dependencies through inject).

ElasticsearchModule.registerAsync({
  imports: [ConfigModule],
  useFactory: async (configService: ConfigService) => ({
    host: configService.getString('ELASTICSEARCH_HOST'),
    log: 'trace',
  }),
  inject: [ConfigService],
}),

2. Use class

ElasticsearchModule.registerAsync({
  useClass: ElasticsearchConfigService,
})

Above construction will instantiate ElasticsearchConfigService inside ElasticsearchModule and will leverage it to create options object.

class ElasticsearchConfigService implements ElasticsearchOptionsFactory {
  createElasticsearchOptions(): ElasticsearchModuleOptions {
    return {
      host: 'localhost:9200',
      log: 'trace',
    };
  }
}

3. Use existing

ElasticsearchModule.registerAsync({
  imports: [ConfigModule],
  useExisting: ConfigService,
}),

It works the same as useClass with one critical difference - ElasticsearchModule will lookup imported modules to reuse already created ConfigService, instead of instantiating it on its own.

API Spec

The ElasticsearchService exposes native elasticsearch methods and wraps them in the Observable, read more. The ElasticsearchModule.register() takes options object as an argument, read more.

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npm i @nestjs/elasticsearch

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