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Whenever you use the
SuggestOnText actions, you can save the result state (the
DocID values of all returned results) in a state token. In subsequent actions, you can use this token to represent the documents from that result set.
A state token is an array of
DocID values. Its name is of the form
ABCDEFGH is a random alphanumeric string (generated at query time), and
N is the number of document IDs that the token holds. You can also use document references, rather than document IDs, to create state tokens. In this case, use the
StoredStateField parameter to specify the name of the field that contains the references.
When you have a state token, supply the token name to specify the entire set of documents (for example,
CWQ4FJ9LZSE5-6). You can also use a (zero-based) array notation to specify a subset of the documents (for example,
CWQ4FJ9LZSE5-6 to select the fourth document in the array).
Tokens in the array are in the same order as in the returned results.
Content stores tokens persistently, in the directory