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lguzmanc433
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5000+ DataVerse view record limit - could it be modified?

Hi,

 

I´m developing a model driven application, with more than 5,000 records. When opening the entity, if the view has more than 5000 records it would display 5000+... 

 

 

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Is it possible to change that 5000+ for the actual number of records in the entity?

 

I found this information regarding some workarounds for gathering the actual number of records through the web api:

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Pro-Dev-ISV/CDS-OData-API-count-returns-incorrect-val...

 

https://crmtipoftheday.com/1375/get-record-count-for-entities/

 

But the actual question is, could I used the value returned by the API and modify the displayed value in the entity view shown above?

 

Thanks!  

 

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cchannon
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You can with a PCF, but the OOB View control is not editable this way.

 

The Model Driven App Grid Component from the PCF examples on MSFT documentation will get you most of the way there, but you will still need to handle pagination to get the full count of records and update your count accordingly.

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