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Total XML Element Count Exceeded.

  • 1.  Total XML Element Count Exceeded.

    Posted 8 days ago
    I am creating an app that tracks productivity for my team. All the fields are created that I need but when I was formatting the form in the correct order I got the following message. Any ideas? TIA.

    Form not saved.

    Total XML Element Count Exceeded. at line 1 column 265912 (which is byte 265912)

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    Jaime
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  • 2.  RE: Total XML Element Count Exceeded.

    Posted 4 days ago
    Hi Jaime,

    Did you get this error message when you saved the Form? I have only seen this error in the past when a user is uploading a CSV of data. That most often happens when an XML character is contained with the body of the data over and over again, for example a customer I worked with had the | straight up and down line character in the body of their text over and over and as a result QB was reading that as a ton of XML elements.

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    Evan Martinez
    Community Marketing Manager
    Quick Base
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  • 3.  RE: Total XML Element Count Exceeded.

    Posted 4 days ago

    Hi Evan,

     

    I only get the message when I try to save. I spoke with Kris through a support ticket and it seems I have hit a size limitation. It is a rather large table with over 2k fields, alternate text, and a few hundred dynamic form rules. My solution is to eliminate some fields so I can utilize the ones I definitely need. Thanks.

     

    Regards,

    Jaime Strawderman

    AMS Certified

    Implementation Specialist Level 2

    Internal 7 digit dialing: 243-3077

    (276)688-4121 Ext. 3077

    Jaime.Strawderman@henryschein.com

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