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In the results page if you change the number of results per page it does not change the results found to match.

There are 2 numerical values in a Muse application that control the number of
records, both configurable in the "Search Sources" menu, "Search Options"
item:
- Results Per Source. This controls the number of records to retrieve from
each searched source. By default is 10, this means that when performing a
search, only 10 records will be retrieved from the native source. If we
search 10 resources (Ebsco, Wiley, etc), it means that 100 results will
be retrieved and this makes up the current resultset.


- Results Per Page. This controls the number of records to be displayed
in the Muse Application interface, e.g. how many records from the current
resultset are presented to the end-user per page.


By default is 10, this means that only 10 records from the current
resultset are displayed in the Muse application interface. If there are 100
records in the current resultset, only 10 will be displayed and pagination
is available to navigate through all 100 records (10 pages).


The "Results Per Page:" drop-down from the results page you used,
controls the number of records to display in the application interface.
If there are 10 records in the current resultset (because Results Per
Source is 10) and you select 50 from the "Results Per Page:" drop-down,
only the available 10 records are displayed, because only 10 records
are available in the current resultset.

 

The text is also self explanatory "Results 1 - 10 from 10 retrieved."

 

If you want more records to be retrieved from the native platform,
when clicking the "Next" button, if there are no more records in the
current resultset, a "more" operation is executed, and the next batch
of 10 records are retrieved from the searched source(s).

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Last update: 2017-04-11 09:26
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