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(ITS#8004) Simple Paged Control: Set 'size' in return control value to number of search results
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- Subject: (ITS#8004) Simple Paged Control: Set 'size' in return control value to number of search results
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- Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2014 09:52:44 +0000
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In the control returned to the client, the
size MAY be set to the server's estimate of the total number of
entries in the entire result set.
So a client could evaluate this size value whether it's greater than 0 and take
this as indication how many search results would be returned (and e.g. display
it to the user).
I'm asking myself whether slapo-noopsrch would be the right place for handling
The no-op search control returns two distinct values for search results and
search continuations though.