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API version: 2021-07 Release candidate
API version: 2021-04 Latest
API version: 2021-01
API version: 2020-10
API version: 2020-07
API version: 2020-04
API version: 2020-01 Unsupported
API version: 2019-10 Unsupported

Navigable interface

Version unstable

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2021-07 (Release candidate)

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2021-04 (Latest)

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2021-01

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2020-10

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2020-07

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2020-04

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2020-01 (Unsupported)

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2019-10 (Unsupported)

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2019-07 (Unsupported)

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable

Version 2019-04 (Unsupported)

A default cursor that you can use in queries to paginate your results. Each edge in a connection can return a cursor, which is a reference to the edge's position in the connection. You can use an edge's cursor as the starting point to retrieve the nodes before or after it in a connection.

To learn more about using cursor-based pagination, refer to Paginating results with GraphQL.

Fields

  • defaultCursor (String!)

    A default cursor that returns the single next record, sorted ascending by ID.

Types that implement Navigable