Unfortunately that API’s pagination is not going to work with Parabola. It’s very close though!
In this case, you would put
next for the “Cursor path in response field”. That field is for setting the path of the cursor. In your data, it’s in a field called
If the cell in the “next” column looked like this instead:
Then you would use
next.nextPageCursor to target the exact field you want.
Cursor Key field, you would put whatever the API uses as its pagination key - probably
next as well in this case.
Cursor pagination in Parabola requires the API to send back either a Cursor Value, something like
abc123 or a Full URL, something like
https://my.api.com/posts?next=abc123. If your API only sends a Cursor Value, then you must provide a Cursor Key, so that it can be added to your existing API for the next call. If the API sends back a full URL, then that URL will just be used in its entirety.
The reason that this pagination style from this API will not work is because they are sending back a partial URL. Parabola cannot fetch any data from what is showing in your “next” column, as it is missing the first part of the URL. It also is not just the Cursor Value, which would be added to your existing URL to create the next call.
Because it is a part of a URL, Parabola would need to figure out how to complete it, and that is not currently supported.