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Is there a maximum number of rows for a common lookup?

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edited Mar 29, 2022 1:20PM in Human Resources 2 comments

Summary:

Our team has a requirement to create and maintain a lookup which could potentially grow to hundreds of thousands of rows. Is there a maximum number of rows allowed for a common lookup?

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Our team has created a common lookup to maintain 'Product' values which will be referenced in a flexfield value set. Products in our organization will represent a financial structure used to track product teams against positions/headcount, open requisitions/future headcount, etc.

Over time, this lookup could contain hundreds of thousands of rows, which brings me to my concern, is there a max number of rows allowed for a common lookup?

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