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no output and The parameter endAtPageNumber is not valid

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Urbanic_review opened this issue
3 months ago

crawled the content of urbanic.com, but there was no output, The parameter endAtPageNumber has been specified, but crawled all

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Thank you a lot for making me aware of this bug.

I can definitely confirm that the scraping run has failed to save any of the reviews or company information from the URL you provided and that it did not respect the endAtPageNumber parameter.

Thank you for providing documentation of such detailed parameters in the run so I can test this and develop a new release that should resolve this issue. I will get back to you as soon as it is released 😉

I am sorry for the inconvenience you have experienced because of this 🙂.

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Thanks for your patience. I have been working on a bunch of bug fixes for some time now and it finally works as expected again 😃 I am trying to resolve some issues with displaying the company information results in the UI, but they are in the company information dataset none the none less. Can you try out the new version: v-2-1-production and let me know if it works now with your use case?

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Urbanic_review

3 months ago

yes, it works with my use case, but the format of the field reviewDate is different from before. Is this the final version?

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Yes the final version so far looks like this for when a review was published in UTC time ("YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.msec Z"): "reviewDate": "2022-11-14T21:41:41.000Z", And this is how the date is represented in UTC time for when the data was scraped from Trustpilot by the actor: "scrapedDateTime": "2024-02-26T20:54:28.159Z",

Will this work for your use case?

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Urbanic_review

3 months ago

yes,it works with my use case

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