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