CALL PQ syntaxΒΆ

CALL PQ(data, index[, opt_value AS opt_name[, ...]])

CALL PQ statement performs a prospective search. It returns stored queries from a percolate``index that match documents from provided``data. For more information, see Percolate Query section.

data can be a document in plain text, a JSON object containing a document or a list of documents in one of the two formats. The JSON object can contain pairs of text field names and values as well as attribute names and values.


CALL PQ ('index_name', 'single document', 0 as docs_json);
CALL PQ ('index_name', ('first document', 'second document'), 0 as docs_json );
CALL PQ ('index_name', '{"title":"single document","content":"Add your content here","category":10,"timestamp":1513725448}');
CALL PQ ('index_name', (
                          '{"title":"first document","content":"Add your content here","category":10,"timestamp":1513725448}',
                          '{"title":"second document","content":"Add more content here","category":20,"timestamp":1513758240}'

A number of options can be set:

  • docs_json - 1 ( default enabled), specify if the data provides document(s) as raw string or encapsulated as JSON object
  • docs - 0 (default disabled), provide per query documents matched at result set
  • verbose - 0 (default disabled), provide extended info in SHOW META
  • query - 0 (default disabled), if true returns all information of matched stored query, otherwise it returns just the stored query ID


MySQL [(none)]> CALL PQ('pq','catch me if you can',0 AS docs_json,1 AS query);
| UID  | Query    | Tags | Filters |
|    6 | catch me |      |         |
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

CALL PQ can be followed by a SHOW META statement which provides additional meta-information about the executed prospective search.