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Re: Filtering a Large data table using the filter function

@mdevaney @SeanHenderson dang, well thank you for the help cleaning up my logic a little bit. Maybe splitting the entity up into multiple entities, then create collections for each entity, filter each, then combine them in the same screen? Not even sure if this is possible.


@sandeepdknow of any work arounds?

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Re: Filtering a Large data table using the filter function

Hi @dsipowerapps ,

Splitting your tables to various tables or using collection is a good idea.

You also consider caching the lookup tables .

Here's a similar issue for your reference:

What's more, dealing with so large data set may lead to your app bad performace.

Please check this to see some tips on improving app performance:



Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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