[OPENIDM-11618] Include doc for query-all-ids-count Created: 29/Aug/18 Updated: 29/Aug/18 Resolved: 29/Aug/18
|Reporter:||Mike Jang [X] (Inactive)||Assignee:||Mike Jang [X] (Inactive)|
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In today's #idm Slack, I learned that we have a query-all-ids-count option, limited to JDBC repos (i.e. it doesn't work with the default DS repo).
It seems like a useful option for people who need a command-line based count of the number of existing users.
I'd add it to the following section: https://ea.forgerock.com/docs/idm/integrators-guide/index.html#managing-users-REST
(NOTE: this endpoint doesn't appear in the API Explorer when MySQL is enabled. Maybe that's also a dev bug. Maybe we shouldn't have to doc this endpoint, and leave it to the API Explorer.)
Alternate: if we're OK with letting users hack a REST call output to `| grep _id | wc -l`, I'm OK with a "wont' fix" resolution.
|Comment by Brendan Miller [ 29/Aug/18 ]|
I think this is something we can handle in user forums, support channels, and other views - in other words, we don't need to document. Customers can figure out most of these #lifehacks as well as we can.
Additionally, because of imparity with DJ, I'd like to avoid documenting repo-specific choices.
Lastly, we don't document all the _queryIds, and I don't think we necessarily should.