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2019-11-11 11:18:00 -0500 commented question API adoption rate and testing

@bwolven, curious if you might have any thoughts on this question. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated

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2019-10-23 15:38:23 -0500 commented question API adoption rate and testing

Curious if anyone at Paragon has had a chance to chew on this. Any thoughts?

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2019-10-18 10:45:53 -0500 asked a question API adoption rate and testing

API adoption rate and testing Hello and thank you in advance for any help you can provide! I have questions concerning

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Return all fields for a property When I query our RETS feed using this URL via a browser: http://sckmls.rets.paragonrels

2019-06-18 12:04:32 -0500 marked best answer What criteria triggers "maxrows_reached: true"?

Hello and thank you for any help in advance!

I was curious if someone knew what objective criteria a RETS server uses to determine if a max number of rows for a search query result set has been reached. I'm assuming it is going to be based on the size of the the data returned, but I haven't found definitive information indicating one way or another.

For example, running a query of (L_ListingID=0+) matches 3400+ records, and in this situation maxrows_reached is true and returned_results_count is limited to 2500 records. However, when I run the same query but with an option of 'Select' => 'L_DisplayId', only asking for the MLS number, all 3400+ records are returned and maxrows_reached is false. This leads me to believe that the size of the data returned had not hit some limit.

If this is the case, is there some mechanism/standard that we can use when coding, knowing in some situations we'll have to build in batching/paging/an offset, but in other situations, we can have confidence that a search will not hit a definitive data limit that will trigger maxrows_reached: true?

Thanks again for any help! If my question needs more clarification, just let me know.

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2019-06-18 12:04:30 -0500 commented answer What criteria triggers "maxrows_reached: true"?

Great tips, @bwolven. Much appreciated and thank you!

2019-06-18 11:49:58 -0500 commented answer What criteria triggers "maxrows_reached: true"?

This is really great info to know, @bwolven. I was unaware that InKeyIndex behaved that way. This is the solution I'm lo

2019-06-18 10:27:45 -0500 asked a question What criteria triggers "maxrows_reached: true"?

What criteria triggers "maxrows_reached: true"? Hello and thank you for any help in advance! I was curious if someone

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Internal Server Error! I am trying to get the RETS feed to import into Wordpress via a plugin called WP-Properties. The