In X-query, is there a way that you can return the result in a page size of no more than a fixed number of records say 25. And then display the next page until you view all result.
in X-Query there is no possibility to limit the size of a result set. However Tamino does offer a cursoring concept which allows you to limit the size of a result set.
These are the basic commands for using a cursor:
1. open a session:
2. open a cursor:
3. fetch a result set:
It is important to know that the cursor works only within a session !
There is a chapter in the Tamino Documentation wich explains the cursoring concept in detail:
If you don’t want to program this stuff yourself - (and it is not that easy to get it right as you can see from the example),
all the Tamino APIs support this in a convenient way. You can set a page size and either there is a method to get you the next page (Tamino DOM APIs)
or there is an iterator which pages behind the scenes. (both Java APIs)