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Remove 64k limit for @Dblookup

In addition to restriction for field size, it is necessary to remove shameful restriction for data size, received by dbLookup. I so think! Periodically happens it is impossible to use too much key word in the choice of field values.

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  • Mar 20 2019
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    22 Mar 16:49

    I'm reasonably certain they remain in order to provide backward compatibility.  While I think most developers would welcome the removal of the limits, it may negatively impact existing apps that were created expecting those limits.  I had suggested in another idea to add a document type that just supports storing data as JSON and getting rid of types and low limits.

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    Guest commented
    04 Apr 21:15

    As a workaround, you can split the data into multiple (CFD) fields and use those in the choices field of the checkbox/radiobutton field. Of course if too much data is selected, you still are stuck