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Jake,
Thanks for the post. The answer isnt how many you can have it depends where you want to use them.  In theroy the list can be unlimited but if you want to use then, in for example, a progressive capture you will find issues after 100 or so with the progressive capture taking longer to load. So question is where do you want to use them and how\why? 

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Keith Stevenson

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1 minute ago, Keith Stevenson said:

Jake,
Thanks for the post. The answer isnt how many you can have it depends where you want to use them.  In theroy the list can be unlimited but if you want to use then, in for example, a progressive capture you will find issues after 100 or so with the progressive capture taking longer to load. So question is where do you want to use them and how\why? 

Kind regards

Keith Stevenson

 

Good to know, thanks Keith.

 

A manager in our HR department would like all of our position assignment numbers (around 15k :() uploaded to the system so when a manager raises a query against a job position and starts typing the assignment number it will auto populate. They're hoping this will stop the managers getting the assignment numbers wrong.

 

Our Hornbill manager here said this should be achievable but would need to know the limitations on the simple lists.

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Jake,
Thanks for the reply. That does sound like it will be loading the 15K records (and as its queried, exported and made into XML which adds a lot of overhead for the list) in Progressive capture this could be quite a lot (without knowing how long your assignment numbers are and what name you give then, it could be 5mb or more every time you open the log call form for that Query type, not sure how browsers will like parsing that. Whats needed is a server side (rather than client side) means to filter or populate from list or "external lookup" feature . 

Our development team will review this post and look to add something like the above in future if possible. 


Kind Regards 

Keith Stevenson

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