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Traversing Paged Results When you make an API request to a node or edge, you usually don't receive all of the results of that request in a single response.
This is because some responses could contain thousands of objects so most responses are paginated by default. Cursor-based Pagination Cursor-based pagination is the most efficient method of paging and should always be used where possible.
A cursor refers to a random string of characters which marks a specific item in a list of data. Unless this item is deleted, the cursor will always point to the same part of the list, but will be invalidated if an item is removed.
Therefore, your app shouldn't store cursors and assume that they will be valid in the future. When reading an edge that supports cursor pagination, you will see the following JSON response: Endpoint data is here ], "paging": This is the cursor that points to the start of the page of data that has been returned.
This is the cursor that points to the end of the page of data that has been returned. This is the maximum number of objects that may be returned. A query may return fewer than the value of limit due to filtering. Do not depend on the number of results being fewer than the limit value to indicate your query reached the end of the list of data, use the absence of next instead as described below.
For example, if you set limit to 10 and 9 results are returned, there may be more data available, but one item was removed due to privacy filtering.
Some edges may also have a maximum on the limit value for performance reasons. In all cases, the API returns the correct pagination links. The Graph API endpoint that will return the next page of data.
If not included, this is the last page of data. Due to how pagination works with visibility and privacy, it is possible that a page may be empty but contain a 'next' paging link.
Stop paging when the 'next' link no longer appears.
The Graph API endpoint that will return the previous page of data. If not included, this is the first page of data. Cursors can quickly become invalid if items are added or deleted. Time-based Pagination Time pagination is used to navigate through results data using Unix timestamps which point to specific times in a list of data.
When using an endpoint that uses time-based pagination, you will see the following JSON response: A Unix timestamp or strtotime data value that points to the end of the range of time-based data.
A Unix timestamp or strtotime data value that points to the start of the range of time-based data. For consistent results, specify both since and until parameters. Also, it is recommended that the time difference is a maximum of 6 months.
Offset-based Pagination Offset pagination can be used when you do not care about chronology and just want a specific number of objects returned.Oct 09, · Note: If the app targets API level 23 or higher, the app user must explicitly grant this permission to the app through a permission management screen.
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