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I have tried several times to perform a 'biblio' query using the epodoc format of a priority.
In the developers area, for instance, I searched with priority "EP20110169217":
The result is a HTTP/1.1 413 Request Entity Too Large header, though below I found a list of publications related to that priority number.
<message>The request was ambiguous</message>
<cause>Ambiguous input: priority/epodoc/EP20110169217</cause>
Further, if I search by the same priority in the 'Advanced Search' for human users it does show a series of publications.
So what's the deal?
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I don't see error Request entity too large, I only see Ambiguous Request which usually signalised that the system would like you to be more precise and add a kind code (common when using Epodoc)
In your case, there should not be either ambiguous or request too big because your query is fine as it is. We will report this issue to out technical team.
In the meantime, I would suggest that you rather use Smart Search option when you are looking for priorities:
http://ops.epo.org/3.1/rest-services/pu ... 0110169217
In this way, you will get complete list (even WO document that was missing in your list below).