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SharePoint is a huge historical monster. Core of the current paging implementation was introduced long ago, probably in SP2010 or even earlier. That's why your approach doesn't work: SharePoint isn't finding some html elements that are supposed to be there, and falls back to a simpler approach with link. Investigation Here is why it happens (you may skip ...


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Currently $skip query option is not supported in SharePoint 2013/Online. According to Use OData query operations in SharePoint REST requests: The $skip query option does not work with queries for SharePoint list items. But you could utilize $skiptoken query option to return paged results as demonstrated below. Format: $skiptoken=Paged=TRUE&p_ID=&...


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I'm not that familiar with REST but try the old syntax: Example: *http://sp15/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/FAQ?$skip=4&$top=2*


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If you have list definition, you can change it in Schema.xml. Go to Views, find your default view and set RowLimit to 50/100


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In my experience, none of the above solutions work - this could be because I was attempting this using an external list. To implement paging, I added ?$skiptoken=Paged=TRUE&$top=100 to the end of the URI. The URI for the next page will be included under JSON.d.__next. Once the last page is reached __next will not be present


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Vadim's response is very close, but his query string is off a bit. The issue isn't really his, its Microsoft's as they are not being consistent with their URI escaping. I used the Postman extension for Chrome and by examining the __next value returned when using $top (which is alternative approach worth considering) I noticed that there is an ampersand ...


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I see the same issue on SP2013 online with the new OData V3 _api endpoint. For CRUD operation it might be better to use the OData v2 listdata.svc endpoint for the time being.


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As per OData V4 specification, SharePoint implements server-side paging and you can use the link provided in the "next" variable contained in the API results. In case of XML/Atom response, you will find the next variable at XPath: /feed/link/@href or in case of JSON response, you will find the next variable: { d: { results: [], ...


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I resolved the problem sorting items by ID instead of Created field. So I think problem is in datetime format, I didn't find how to fix it.


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The $skip parameter does not work in SharePoint 2013 for list items. It only works for collection of data (like list collections, ecc..). See my comment at the end of this article: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d4b5c277-ed50-420c-8a9b-860342284b72.aspx


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"Created" returns a Date Object, you cannot use it for sorting. It adds [Object Object] into your pagingInfo string, Use "Created_x0020_Date" instead, it returns string and works perfectly, I ran into the same problem and using "Created_x0020_Date" fixed the issue sortColumn = 'Created_x0020_Date'; or debug the JS, and see how OOTB .get_pagingInfo() ...


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To implemente pagination on this rest api is not that simple, you need to do some tweaks. Default URL - "/sites/dev/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('StudentsList')/items?&$top=5"; For this go through the response of first REST Ajax call. If you read each property carefully you will get answer for pagination. Properly "__next" is nothing but the REST url for ...


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I think the main concern of this user is knowing the total items number/ list item count! Unfortunately, no setting in the paging list to do that! but you can Show list item count by modifying your view and total it by count as shown below: Another option, you get the list items count using JSOM, and add it in Screipt editor web part in your page list....


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This is in fact possible with the OOTB paging. I found the solution by accident while working on a CrossList DVWP. The origin to the problem is changes that are made to several variables in the DVWP, probably by SPD when turning it into CrossList mode. An Easy way to get the paging working again is by adding the Grouping toolbar to the dataview from the ...


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You would need to modify item limit of your current view (like allitems). Go to list/library settings, click on your current view. Under the section "Item Limit", enter your desired paging size (like 100), and select the radio button "Display items in batches of the specified size".


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When you're trying to find the last page can't you count the amount of rows that you have? <xsl:variable name="RowCount" select="count($Rows)"/>


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For this, you'll want to use the ListItemCollectionPosition property of SPQuery. SPListItemCollectionPosition is the class which helps to achieve paging and sorting the results fetched by SPQuery. See here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.splistitemcollectionposition.aspx and here for a more comprehensive example


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After doing some experiments on the page where the web part was added. First I edited the web part then simply save the web part. It started showing the button to go previous page. Finally, got the answer for my issue that I needed just single line of code make it work. The final code is : view.ChromeType = System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts....


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Try to use the ContentIterator. Example from MSDN: static int exceptions = 0; static int items = 0; protected void OnTestContentIterator(object sender, EventArgs args) { items = 0; exceptions = 0; string query1 = @"<View> <Query> <Where> <And> <BeginsWith> ...


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I did a Google search on "sharepoint javascript csom paging". The first hit was Paging in SharePoint JavaScript Client Object Model The article contains this code: var listItems; // The list of retrieved items. var query; // For paging, reuse the same query object. var targetList; // The list from ...


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I wrote a little script using JQuery to duplicate paging buttons to a more convenient place. I tested it on SharePoint 2013, 2016 (ITPreview), Online (working at the time I write this answer). 1- About the blog site, disable "Minimal Download Strategy" feature from site feature management screen 2- Edit the top page of the blog and add a "script editor" ...


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I did some research on this sometime ago. Simply a listview threshold means the number of rows a single SQL query will consume. If you use a lookup, person or datetime column the sql table creates a join query with all the rows in the current table. Which means even you end of the day returns only 4000 items, it create a table of 16000 and do the query. ...


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When you say you want it grouped, I suspect you mean you want something like IEnumerable<IGrouping<something, SPListItem>>? I don't think that SPQuery can do this by itself (CAML support this because of visual aspects I think), but what benefit do you get from using CAML for this? Wouldn't ordering/sorting them in the CAML query result in the ...


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Paging using CAML cannot go to a Nth page directly, like you can do in SQL. For using paging, you need to use ListItemCollectionPosition property in the SPQuery. Tips Limit the Columns (ViewFields) of your query Set the RowLimit on the SPQuery Don't forget to explicit the OrderBy in the Query Choose an indexed column (if possible) to OrderBy Every time ...


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As a general rule, Whenever I get stuck in building custom queries (CAML), I start creating a view with the filters, orderings, pagings, ... that I want from the SharePoint UI; Then I will open the view with SharePoint Designer and copy the view query. I suggest you do the same. Just create a view from SharePoint UI and apply paging to it (with whatever ...


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https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/microsoft.sharepoint.spfieldtype.aspx Says a Boolean is value 8 So I don't suspect any magic there


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Using the function "ctx.clvp.RefreshPagingEx(ctx.ListData.NextHref, true,null)" for the paging button onclick works great and avoids the need for extra markup and the entire JSLink chain is called.


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RefreshPageToEx is more powerful function and if table class is "ms-bottompaging" then no full refresh happens. if the class is reptetive or not being used then full postback happens. if try it and let me know if you still face the problem. its bit late post but will update complete plugin sooner


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The XsltListViewWebPart looks at query string parameters to help control paging. A good summary of this is here. By setting them via JavaScript on the client side and I was able to page through the data myself. Note, that for this to work I had to basically rip out the link that SharePoint created in the filter button and apply it myself.


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For rendering pager in List View, the template pagingButtons is intended (see vwstyles.xsl) This is the updated version Note: 1)Main.xsl is referenced where base List View templates are defined 2)Matching attribute match="View" is used to override default View Xsl property value: <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/...


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