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Lens TAG load


Aug 30, 2014 04:04AM EDT

From your Documentation:

<koken:load> limits data requests to 100 items or fewer. Fewer items may be returned by adding a limit attribute equal to the number of items you want.


is there a way to load more than 100?

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Todd Dominey Koken Agent

Sep 02, 2014 05:02PM EDT

Roland – not initially. If this is data loaded by a particular template you can use infinite loading to dynamically fetch additional data (past 100) when the browser scrolls to the last item. We cover this in the “Pagination” section of this:

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Sep 03, 2014 01:32AM EDT
Thanks for your answer Todd

Thats not good (for me) - I've planned to use 'load' to read several sub-data from pictures (EXIF, Geo) and put them into another (dynamic) lens file. This file should include all e.g. GEO data from all pictures. I need this data in one set because it will be processed in one run too. Have taken a look to SQL db behind KOKEN and wondering a bit why EXIF and GEO data will not be put into it - would make things easier. Is something planned this way (KOKEN needs a higher sql integration either with a look to Users/Passwords/Account/Who can see What :-) )?

If not - what happens with updates when I try to realize this on my own? What I try to ask - if I do this, how would be the best way to do it to limiting upcoming problems with KOKEN updates? Would it be the best way to create a 2nd SQL db?


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