Reviewing docs at: http://docs.services.mozilla.com/storage/apis-1.1.htm#apis The entry for: DELETE https://server/pathname/version/username/storage/collection States that the deletions can be ordered "by depth, then by sortindex". What's "depth"? It's not defined elsewhere on the page.
Heh, wow. Depth is a really old field that we used to have in the early days to try to do trees on the server side. Tarek, is this index even supported in python? I seriously doubt it, and we probably need to pull the line.
The only reference to "depthindex" in server-storage code is the following comment in the testcases: # "sort" # 'oldest' - Orders by modification date (oldest first) # 'newest' - Orders by modification date (newest first) # 'index' - Orders by the sortindex (ordered lists) # 'depthindex' - Orders by depth, then by sortindex (ordered trees) # sort is used only if limit is used. # check this with toby
It's not implemented, we can nuke that doc line, thanks for the catch Ryan
References to "depth" removed in commits: http://hg.mozilla.org/services/docs/rev/603a3a0b21d3 http://hg.mozilla.org/services/server-storage/rev/c6bd42742071
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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