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mabl4367
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Re: How can i manage to filter more than 2000 records

I have the same problem but the primary key in my case is a column with the datatype char(255). This means that the comparison operators =< and > cant be used.

Also I would like a more general solution that starts by checking the total number of records and then reads them in to a collection in chunks of lets say 500 records in each.

I tried to do that by filtering the original data source an get the next 500 records where the Id is not already in my collection but neither the "not"-function nor the "in" operator can be delegated to the sql data source so I'm out of luck.

I'm not allowed to create a view in the database, otherwise I could do that and add an index column using row_number to filter on.

Any tips?

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