Your request would results paginated in sets of 3. So page 1 returns items 1-3, page 2 would give you items 4-6, etc. New items may arrive between requests. The pagination does not come from a static result set, so item results can change between requests.
Thanks clickprime, I am sorry to ask such basic questions, but can you please give more details, like how do I know it is page 2,(It looks like they are the page 1 to me when I compared to the searching I did), how I can get all 6 items. Or can you please send me to a link with more details on how the pages work? Thanks a lot.
**Do you mean I need to do this 2 times by changing the pagenumber to get all 6 items?** That's the purpose of pagination. But I can't imagine why you'd do that when you could just get all 6 items at once by removing the pagination parameters. Or getting 100 items per page as you indicated in your first post. You can get them 3x2 or 2x3 or 6x1. It seems that you don't understand the concept of pagination. Think of it as a long list of 200,000 items. You can get them 50 at a time, up to 100 pages (1-5000), or 100 at a time up to 100 pages (1-10000). The pagesize is the size of the chunk you want to receive at one time. The page number if the offset in this, in pagesize increments. Max is 100x100. The pagenumber feature has two main uses: - getting a large number of items for storage in a database - allowing the user to pagedown thru a list of items and fetching them on demand The pagesize can also be used to just request a specific number of items (up to 100) based on your current need.
Thanks. The reason I used 3 and 2 pages is just for a test. All I want is 10000 items. I thought I could get 10000 continuous results at 1 call instead of 100 calls. I couldn't find any doc on how pagination works.