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Nope. That patch wont be reverted.

The user nodes ticker was causing a huge drag on the system, so it was patched to be lower load. The alternative was to patch it out of existance.

If you want the full data set then will have to do multiple fetches using the 'offset' parameter. Each fetch should return 100 records, if it does return this number then increment offset by 100 and refetch. Eventually it will return less than 100 records and you are done.

Apologies for not announcing this directly, I was called away unexpectedly before I could do so.

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In reply to Re^2: New XML Chatter Stuff (user nodes info changes) by demerphq
in thread New XML Chatter Stuff by demerphq

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