amazon browse nodes stop at page 250 for me

Posted on 2005-05-01
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I'm trying to set up a system where I first import all amazon videogame data and then somehow use their rss feeds to update things on a daily basis so that the data stays current.

I've been able to start importing the data, but for some reason when I get to page 251 it says "<ErrorMsg>We encountered an error processing your request. Please retry.</ErrorMsg>" in the returned xml.

Here's the url I'm using. Change "page=251" to "page=250" to see that it actually does work for 250 but not 251.


If you change it to "page=1" you'll see that that xml indicates "<TotalPages>1934</TotalPages>", so the results shouldn't stop until page 1934.
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Sorry this is should have been an answer for some other question. Pasted at the wrong place :(

Don't mind.

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I had similar sort of problem when I was going through 32000 records, it allowed me up to 10000 but not there after...
So these are may the limitation/little bugs the code has on their side. If we notify them we will have the problem sorted out.


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