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From Sarath Subramanian <>
Subject Review Request 59377: [ATLAS-1815] : Incorrect number of active instances are returned in basic search when queried with limit 'N', when more than 'N' active instances are present
Date Thu, 18 May 2017 21:04:51 GMT

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Review request for atlas, Apoorv Naik, Ashutosh Mestry, Madhan Neethiraj, and Suma Shivaprasad.

Bugs: ATLAS-1815

Repository: atlas


"excludeDeletedEntities" filter is made after the response is returned, which produces unexpected
results when limit keyword is used like in the following case :
1.Started fresh instance of Atlas and created 50 hive_tables
2. Made a basic search query , type name = hive_table which returned 50 tables in 2 pages
in UI.
Query fired :
3.Dropped the five tables which were shown as the first five results in the first page of
basic search query results.
4. Made the same basic query again (type name = hive_table) .
5.Expected that 25 ACTIVE results would come up in the first page of UI. But only 20 results
were displayed in the UI.
6. When "Include historical Entities" is checked , result table showed 20 ACTIVE tables and
5 DELETED tables.
This happens because , probably when "limit=25&excludeDeletedEntities=true&typeName=hive_table"
is fired ,
first 25 results are returned (irrespective of ACTIVE or DELETED) and excludeDeletedEntities=true
filter is applied which results in only 20 results. User would expect 25 tables to be returned
in the UI since there are 45 ACTIVE tables but UI shows only 20 ACTIVE instances because of
the "excludeDeletedEntities=true" filter.


  repository/src/main/java/org/apache/atlas/discovery/ 874487cb

  repository/src/main/java/org/apache/atlas/util/ 139e7c30

  repository/src/main/java/org/apache/atlas/util/ 8fb1793e 



mvn clean package succeeded.


Sarath Subramanian

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