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ISE ERS search result paging very limited

The maximum allowed number of resources per page in a search result (for example /ers/config/endpoint) is limited to only 100 resources. Is there a legitimate reason for this low number?

The amount of data sent in responses is usually very small, I would think that the work with handling paging request for an ISE database with a few hundred thousands endpoints require more CPU and RAM than sending all of them in one response - or at least have the ability to send 10000 at once.

The API has some bulk handling, but not for search requests. I can't find any efficient way to retrieve the endpoints and their id's other than paging through /ers/config/endpoint responses, which takes much more time than it should.

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Re: ISE ERS search result paging very limited

Hi,

I got a response from our team.  Today, 100 resources is the way it was originally designed.  However, we are potentially looking to improve that in the future.

Regards,

-Tim

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Re: ISE ERS search result paging very limited

Hi,

I'm looking into this and will get back to you ASAP.

Regards,

-Tim

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Re: ISE ERS search result paging very limited

Hi,

I got a response from our team.  Today, 100 resources is the way it was originally designed.  However, we are potentially looking to improve that in the future.

Regards,

-Tim

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