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Elasticsearch Indexes Reference

The default Liferay DXP 7.3 indexes in your installation approximate the list below (subject to change). The default global Index Name Prefix is liferay-: it can be changed in the Elasticsearch 7 connector configuration. 20101 is the generated companyId of a given Company in your database. It is displayed as Instance ID in the UI and represents a Virtual Instance.

Index ID Index Type Index Purpose
liferay-0 System Index Searching in the System Settings application
liferay-20101 Company Index Searching the indexed assets of the Liferay DXP Virtual Instance
liferay-20101-search-tuning-rankings App Index Primary data storage for the Result Rankings application
liferay-20101-search-tuning-synonyms App Index Primary data storage for the Synonym Sets application for the given virtual instance
liferay-20101-workflow-metrics-instances App Index Store data about Workflow Instances for the Workflow Metrics application
liferay-20101-workflow-metrics-nodes App Index Store data about Workflow Nodes for the Workflow Metrics application
liferay-20101-workflow-metrics-processes App Index Store data about Workflow Processes for the Workflow Metrics application
liferay-20101-workflow-metrics-sla-instance-results App Index Storage for SLA results per Workflow Instance for the Workflow Metrics application
liferay-20101-workflow-metrics-sla-task-results App Index Storage for SLA results per Workflow Task for the Workflow Metrics application
liferay-20101-workflow-metrics-tokens App Index Store data about Workflow Tokens for the Workflow Metrics application
liferay-20101-workflow-metrics-transitions App Index Store data about Workflow Transitions for the Workflow Metrics application

Important

Liferay 7.2 index names are more complex, as patches have introduced changes to the index naming pattern. See Multi-Tenant Index Names for more information.

Note

Liferay DXP provides APIs for creating and using (writing to and reading from) custom Elasticsearch indexes that remain completely under your control. See the Developer Guide for information on using these APIs.

If you have a Liferay Commerce subscription and it is activated in your installation, you also have these indexes:

Index ID Index Type Index Purpose
liferay-20101-commerce-ml-forecast App Index Machine Learning capabilities
liferay-20101-product-content-commerce-ml-recommendation App Index Recommendation services
liferay-20101-product-interaction-commerce-ml-recommendation App Index Recommendation services