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Paging DQL Results

Maybe this is already available but so far I did not get any info on how to to it.

If my DQL Resultset contains e.g. 1000 records and I am having a web application, I want to page that result set like start=1&size=30 (similar to the old domino URL syntax to query views from web)

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  • Jan 17 2020
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  • Guest commented
    17 Jan, 2020 07:04pm

    Ok, so I'm hearing you want to be rid of some views as well?  So, we are definitely building View-free results, very likely returning JSON.  I think the pagination may be left in the hands of the programmer, at least to start.

  • Guest commented
    17 Jan, 2020 05:51pm

    currently I am creating java based web services via xsp. (Not dataservices but my own webservices using java backend classes) My frontend is an angular app.

    Both (webservices and angular-app) reside in a NotesDatabase.

    I want to get rid of all those views to fast get data from the database

    1. hard-coding views for every single query (webservice) is annoing

    2. Traversing views with a lot of documents by ViewNavigator is probablly the second best way to do..

    Instead i imagin of a DQL with a pagable result set (similar to SQL) !?

    This also may acffect node.js? Or do you expect the node.js app to cache the query results?

    Hopefully now things are more clear. Thnx.

  • Guest commented
    17 Jan, 2020 03:09pm

    I'm not sure the venue being suggested here.  Is it Node.js and domino-db?  Back end classes?  Web/REST API?

    -John Curtis

  • Guest commented
    17 Jan, 2020 02:58pm

    Couldn't access the link.