When appending ?pretty=true to any request made, the JSON returned will be pretty formatted (use it for debugging only!).
Rest parameters (when using HTTP, map to HTTP URL parameters) follow the convention of using underscore casing.
All REST APIs parameters (both request parameters and JSON body) support providing boolean “false” as the values: false, 0 and off. All other values are considered “true”. Note, this is not related to fields within a document indexed treated as boolean fields.
All REST APIs support providing numbered parameters as string on top of supporting the native JSON number types.
All REST APIs accept the case parameter. When set to camelCase, all field names in the result will be returned in camel casing, otherwise, underscore casing will be used. Note, this does not apply to the source document indexed.
All REST APIs accept a callback parameter resulting in a JSONP result.
You can also use the source query string parameter to substitute for the body of the request.