Thanks in advance.
I’ve read through the docs, and in the process of writing some code to use the search API. While writing some tests, I discovered a scenario that leads to lack of information.
We are using the search API to filter through tasks that fall under a particular section, and have a particular modified_at.after & modified_at.before window. We implement a sliding window of time to retrieve more tasks that may exist but are not returned since we are limited by 100 tasks, and no ‘next_page’ field is returned by the search API. This is fine, but then I realized that there exists a scenario the sliding window implementation will not work, and we can not use any other existing filters to capture other tasks.
Let’s say section 1 contains a 101 tasks, and by some chance all of the these tasks were modified at the same time by different users. With my current filter and sliding window implementation, I will never be able to get the 101th > task.
I know the scenario is unlikely, but even unlikely things happen. What do you guys propose I do to capture those hanging tasks?