aws kendra query

Searches an active index. Use this API to search your documents using query. The Query operation enables to do faceted search and to filter results based on document attributes. It also enables you to provide user context that Amazon Kendra uses to enforce document access control in the search results. Amazon Kendra searches your index for text content and question and answer (FAQ) content. By default the response contains three types of results. Relevant passages Matching FAQs Relevant documents You can specify that the query return only one type of result using the QueryResultTypeConfig parameter. Each query returns the 100 most relevant results


--index-id <string>The unique identifier of the index to search. The identifier is returned in the response from the CreateIndex operation
--query-text <string>The text to search for
--attribute-filter <structure>Enables filtered searches based on document attributes. You can only provide one attribute filter; however, the AndAllFilters, NotFilter, and OrAllFilters parameters contain a list of other filters. The AttributeFilter parameter enables you to create a set of filtering rules that a document must satisfy to be included in the query results
--facets <list>An array of documents attributes. Amazon Kendra returns a count for each attribute key specified. You can use this information to help narrow the search for your user
--requested-document-attributes <list>An array of document attributes to include in the response. No other document attributes are included in the response. By default all document attributes are included in the response
--query-result-type-filter <string>Sets the type of query. Only results for the specified query type are returned
--document-relevance-override-configurations <list>Overrides relevance tuning configurations of fields or attributes set at the index level. If you use this API to override the relevance tuning configured at the index level, but there is no relevance tuning configured at the index level, then Amazon Kendra does not apply any relevance tuning. If there is relevance tuning configured at the index level, but you do not use this API to override any relevance tuning in the index, then Amazon Kendra uses the relevance tuning that is configured at the index level. If there is relevance tuning configured for fields at the index level, but you use this API to override only some of these fields, then for the fields you did not override, the importance is set to 1
--page-number <integer>Query results are returned in pages the size of the PageSize parameter. By default, Amazon Kendra returns the first page of results. Use this parameter to get result pages after the first one
--page-size <integer>Sets the number of results that are returned in each page of results. The default page size is 10. The maximum number of results returned is 100. If you ask for more than 100 results, only 100 are returned
--sorting-configuration <structure>Provides information that determines how the results of the query are sorted. You can set the field that Amazon Kendra should sort the results on, and specify whether the results should be sorted in ascending or descending order. In the case of ties in sorting the results, the results are sorted by relevance. If you don't provide sorting configuration, the results are sorted by the relevance that Amazon Kendra determines for the result
--user-context <structure>The user context token
--visitor-id <string>Provides an identifier for a specific user. The VisitorId should be a unique identifier, such as a GUID. Don't use personally identifiable information, such as the user's email address, as the VisitorId
--cli-input-json <string>Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by ``--generate-cli-skeleton``. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally
--generate-cli-skeleton <string>Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value ``input``, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for ``--cli-input-json``. If provided with the value ``output``, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command