Configuring createAsyncThunk with Pagination Args

Showcase code for setting up createAsyncThunk to accept page arguments and fetch data from a paginated endpoint.
import { createAsyncThunk } from '@reduxjs/toolkit';
import axios from 'axios';

// Define a type for the Slice State
interface PaginationParams {
    page: number;
    limit: number;

// Define the initial state using that type
const initialState = {
    items: [],
    page: 1,
    limit: 10,
    loading: false,
    error: null

// Async Thunk for fetching paginated data
export const fetchPaginatedData = createAsyncThunk(
    async ({ page, limit }: PaginationParams, { rejectWithValue }) => {
        try {
            // Adjust the URL to your paginated endpoint
            const response = await axios.get(`/api/data?page=${page}&limit=${limit}`);
        } catch (error) {
            if (!error.response) {
                throw error;
            // Use `rejectWithValue` to return a custom payload on error
            return rejectWithValue(;
This code sets up a createAsyncThunk function called 'fetchPaginatedData', which accepts pagination parameters and makes an API request to fetch paginated data. The 'fetchPaginatedData' is designed to be dispatched from a Redux store. It takes an object with 'page' and 'limit' properties and makes a GET request to a hypothetical endpoint. The 'rejectWithValue' function is used to return a custom error payload if the API request fails.