To reduce load on the service, retrieve operations return a maximum limit of items at a time.
This behavior is called pagination. Pagination gives you the ability to limit the size of the returned data and to retrieve a specified subset of a large data set. Pagination has two key concepts: limit and marker.
Limit is the restriction on the maximum number of items for that type that can be returned.
Marker is a reference to an object’s ID and is in the list of paged results for a particular resource. Marker is the last item in the previous list returned.
To navigate the collection, you can set the
parameters in the URI. For example,
the next 10 services after the service
xyz in the paginated results.
If a marker beyond the end of a list is given, an empty list is returned.
For Rackspace CDN, pagination applies only to operation listed in the following table.
Retrieves a list of all services.
For an example, see the Retrieve all services operation in the API reference.