hi, is there is way to get only the size in cql response ? like in Jira maxresults = 0 returns the total count only and not the expandable list
Get the size of what? Using which REST API endpoint? Using what call to that endpoint? Using what CQL request? Using which toolset?
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thanks for the reply,
sorry for the non detailed question. here are some more details:
I am trying to use cql like these
the thing is, I do not need the detail results or values in the response, but only the count of comments for example. So I was thinking is there a way to get only the count of return values in rest api response (maybe only from the first page if paginated, or without considering the pagination in this case).
I found the count value only by querying ?maxresults=0 in jira, which returns only the total count.
I saw the size field in confluence responses having the exact data I need, but not sure how to only get the size field with cql ?
I am making a forge app on confluence cloud.
Hope this adds a bit more light to the question, or please let me know again.
Also, is reducing the response content like this, helpful performance wise in any case ?