The responses of all requests except search requests are shown as is in JSON or plain text view. The responses of the search requests can be viewed in different modes and the search response panel has the additional action toolbar.
You can browse and edit data in three modes: Table, JSON Hits or JSON Response. To switch between these modes, click button and select the mode that you need.
To sort the column data, click the column name or select Sort in the context menu.
To hide the column data, click Hide field in the context menu.
To view the field mapping hover the cursor over column name.
The JSON Hits viewing mode shows only hits of the search response.
The JSON Response viewing mode shows the full search response.
Controls on the toolbar
The response view for a search request, unlike other requests, has an action toolbar. It appears automatically when search request executed successfully.
|Use navigation icons and corresponding commands for switching between pages that show the data. You can see the page size between the navigation buttons. You can change it by clicking and selecting the necessary limit. Also you can get the exact total count by clicking the button next to page size button.|
|⌘ R||Reload data for the view to synchronize the data that you see in the response view with the contents of the Elasticsearch.|
Add New Document
|⌘ N||Open Add new document dialog. See Create new document.|
|⌘ B||Open Update document dialog. See Update document.|
|⌦||Open Confirm delete dialog. See Delete document.|
|⌘ F12||Open Index structure popup. See Index structure.|
|Select an output format for your data. When you copy table row to clipboard it will be copied in this format.|
|Export data to the clipboard or save to a file. See Export data.|
Synchronize Request Body
|Enable or disable updating request body accordingly to pagination, sorting, showing or hiding fields, filtering with KQL query.|
|Switch between Table, JSON Hits or JSON Response modes.|