URI parts processoredit

Parses a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) string and extracts its components as an object. This URI object includes properties for the URI’s domain, path, fragment, port, query, scheme, user info, username, and password.

Table 44. URI Parts Options

Name Required Default Description

field

yes

-

Field containing the URI string.

target_field

no

url

Output field for the URI object.

keep_original

no

true

If true, the processor copies the unparsed URI to <target_field>.original.

remove_if_successful

no

false

If true, the processor removes the field after parsing the URI string. If parsing fails, the processor does not remove the field.

description

no

-

Description of the processor. Useful for describing the purpose of the processor or its configuration.

if

no

-

Conditionally execute the processor. See Handling pipeline failures.

ignore_failure

no

false

Ignore failures for the processor. See Handling failures in pipelines.

on_failure

no

-

Handle failures for the processor. See Handling failures in pipelines.

tag

no

-

Identifier for the processor. Useful for debugging and metrics.

Here is an example definition of the URI parts processor:

{
  "description" : "...",
  "processors" : [
    {
      "uri_parts": {
        "field": "input_field",
        "target_field": "url",
        "keep_original": true,
        "remove_if_successful": false
      }
    }
  ]
}

When the above processor executes on the following document:

{
  "_source": {
    "input_field": "http://myusername:mypassword@www.example.com:80/foo.gif?key1=val1&key2=val2#fragment"
  }
}

It produces this result:

"_source" : {
  "input_field" : "http://myusername:mypassword@www.example.com:80/foo.gif?key1=val1&key2=val2#fragment",
  "url" : {
    "path" : "/foo.gif",
    "fragment" : "fragment",
    "extension" : "gif",
    "password" : "mypassword",
    "original" : "http://myusername:mypassword@www.example.com:80/foo.gif?key1=val1&key2=val2#fragment",
    "scheme" : "http",
    "port" : 80,
    "user_info" : "myusername:mypassword",
    "domain" : "www.example.com",
    "query" : "key1=val1&key2=val2",
    "username" : "myusername"
  }
}