It is one of these days again. I’m breaking my head on this. And on those moments, I grab my blog and start writing an article about this specific problem. So let’s have a look.
By default, 20 entries are returned.
I need more, I need all! get_entries has 5 parameters, the form_id, search_criteria, sorting, paging and total count. Those last two are are interesting for us.
I tried setting both to null (the documentation creates the idea that null or zero should automatically return all entries) but that didn’t work.
So, let’s dive into the paging argument. These are the default arguments:
$paging = array( 'offset' => 0, 'page_size' => 30 );
Ok, let’s zero these ones:
$paging = array( 'offset' => 0, 'page_size' => 0 );
A full example of getting all entries from Gravity Forms using GFAPI::get_entries
GFAPI::get_entries( $form_id, $search_criteria, null, array( 'offset' => 0, 'page_size' => 0, ) );