Performing requests

In fact, all requests are sent by the transport client in the transport attribute. Let's take a look at the get() method of IndicesClient (for reference, see, as shown in the following code block:

def get(self, index, feature=None, params=None):    if index in SKIP_IN_PATH:        raise ValueError(            "Empty value passed for a required argument 'index'.")    return self.transport.perform_request(                "GET", _make_path(index, feature), params=params)

We can see that the actual method call to send out the request is the perform_request() method of the transport attribute in the Elasticsearch object. The direct request methods are working in the same way. ...

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