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Using Pagination with the OIC Shopify adapter by Niall Commiskey

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Starting point is the OIC Shopify adapter doc here Quotes from the doc in italics.
In this simple example I will paginate thru my product list – I have ca. 600 products. The number of products returned per page by Shopify can range from 50 to 250. I will set this value in the Shopify invoke mapping. The OIC integration will use the Shopify Adapter to retrieve all products. The structure returned will have the following format. the page_info value is a link to the next page of results.
So the processing logic is very simple – process all pages! This I will do in a WHILE loop – condition is – while there are still more pages available.

Implementing Shopify Pagination in OIC

I will use a scheduled orchestration – first step in that orchestration is to
Assign the following variables – Read the complete article here.

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