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    Default Answered: Why is there a page parameter, and start and limit parameters on paging requests?

    Just curious. Thanks

  2. I believe it facilitates server side paging. Some servers use a single page parameter, others use a combination of start and limit.

    You can easily switch it off by setting pageParam to undefined, for example.

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    I believe it facilitates server side paging. Some servers use a single page parameter, others use a combination of start and limit.

    You can easily switch it off by setting pageParam to undefined, for example.

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    great, thanks

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