Hi, I'm looking for the recommended method to call the Census API to get data of characters that have been recently updated. Also when my project starts I'll need to request huge list of data at once: list of all items, achievements, quests,... I made some search but was not able to find a faq that explain the best/recommended method to do that. Even though it seems a basic functionality for anyone maintaining their own census database. In the case of characters I could call at regular interval a search to get the list of all characters IDs, based on their "ts" or "last_update" field, with a value superior to a specific timestamp. And extract only the information I need. I could also handle the limitation in the number of rows returned by sorting the results by the character "id" and doing additional search with the "id" superior at the last value I obtained in the previous search, in a loop to extract the full list if needed. Is there a better approach than this ? Should I apply the same method for items, quests... lists, for the first time I load the data ? May be there are some recommendations on the fields to use, or to not use, for better performance ? (id / ts / last_update ...) What is the recommended minimum time interval to call the Census API (every 1s, 30s, 1min, 5min...) ? In order to not get considered as spammer/doing a ddos attack. Building the request, and calling the API is not an issue so far, but I want to be sure to use the best method to do that, and respect any guidelines/recommendations that may exists or that you may have build while setting up your own services. Thank you in advance.