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ComboBox only showing first 100 items of gallery

Hi all. I have a CombobBox control that is getting data from a gallery. Very simple, no coding, no filtering, noting but a simple:

Items: Gallery2.AllItems

It works as intented, but for some reason the ComboBox only shows the first 100 items of the gallery. The gallery contains 119 items. I have set the settings of the app to get 1000 items, so it cannot be where the problem are.

Is there any setting I do not know of to get the ComboBox to show all 199 items?


The gallery is a standard gallery and shows all the 119 items with no problem



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Hi @venseben ,

Do you mean that your combo box could only display the first 100 items?

Could you tell me what is your data source and what is the field's data type?

If it is a lookup field in sharepoint list, for the lookup, the control shows the first 100 items, but it supports search. Can you please try running the app and typing in the lookup control, it will show the first 100 relevant results.

So that's a kind of server limit.

Here's a similar issue for your reference:



Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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@v-yutliu-msft  The ComboBox is gettign the data from a gallery, that gets data from a SharePoint list. The gallery show all 119 items, but, and the strange thing is, that the ComboBox also shows all items from the gallery, BUT only in preview. As soon as i publish it, it only shows the first 100 items!!! That is a kind of behavior I have never seen before.


The gallery uses a filter function to get the right list items, and the ComboBox is just looking into the gallery, and as i mentioned, it shows everything perfect in preview, just not in published mode.



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