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It's because each call that script makes counts as a transclusion. Transcluding a page twice only counts as a single transclusion as it is optimized to only need one API call to do so, but if you're transcluding data from a mass number of unique pages (units), that is bound to happen. Probably not the best idea to grab all the silver unit pages, i guess.
 
It's because each call that script makes counts as a transclusion. Transcluding a page twice only counts as a single transclusion as it is optimized to only need one API call to do so, but if you're transcluding data from a mass number of unique pages (units), that is bound to happen. Probably not the best idea to grab all the silver unit pages, i guess.
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When you hit the transclusion page you will get the result you noted: it simply cuts off and stops.

Latest revision as of 10:36, July 3, 2018

It's because each call that script makes counts as a transclusion. Transcluding a page twice only counts as a single transclusion as it is optimized to only need one API call to do so, but if you're transcluding data from a mass number of unique pages (units), that is bound to happen. Probably not the best idea to grab all the silver unit pages, i guess.

When you hit the transclusion page you will get the result you noted: it simply cuts off and stops.

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