Hi all, Currently, I want to know in the database have many records and I try to use businessDataRepository.search(t.getClass()).execute().count();, but this one just returns for me 10 rows by default. For example: in the database, I have 10.000 records, and I want to return this number.

Do we have any API to do this case?

asked 06.06 at 06:38

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answered 06.06 at 07:08

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It works as my expect. Thank you

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