How to set maximum/minimum rows in a subtable?

Hi,

Is it possible to set the maximum/minimum number of rows to be shown on a subtable?

I would like to limit the size they can potentially grow. Perhaps then paginating after - say - 5 rows or something?

Thanks

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Hi,

At the moment, there is no way to limit the rows of subtables.

A workaround would be applying validation. For example, you can create a stand-alone field with COUNT() to count the rows of a subtable:
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Then, apply validation on the stand-alone field so that the only numbers under 5 can be saved. For example:
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Note: you may add a customized error message if necessary.

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Thanks Angie,

This is a good workaround.

Cheers

Does anyone know if this has been added as a feature? The workaround does not work for us as we are keeping call logs in a sub table, and not being able to save will not work for us. But then we don’t need 20 rows showing either. Pagination would be great.

Hi,

Your requirement sounds more like this one:

Our developers are still working on this. :slight_smile:

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Any news on this some of our sub tables are becoming very long.

If the pagination is the main challenge, then if I may suggest maybe just a link to view all the records in a new window would make things simpler. Something like https://www.ragic.com/myragicsolutions/mtime/5?pqv1001101=XYZ

Thanks