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Max number of records in a Real Time Cube Open (Yellow) Request

Hi,

I remember reading on one of the SDN blogs that in a open (yellow) request in a real time infocube created by a planning data the maximum number of records is 50,000 and the system automatically closes the request once that threshold is reached and opens a new request and writes the data to that request.

But in my current implementation I see there are requests which have more than 100K records in some of the

closed requests, Can someone explain the concept behind the number of records in a planning request

Thanks

Rashmi.

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2010 at 04:16 AM

    Data requests in real-time InfoProviders remain open until the number of records in the data request exceeds 50,000.

    But, while an application is writing a data to the request and the upper limit of 50,000 data records is exceeded, the data is saved in the same request and then that request is closed. Therefore, a request can actually contain more than 50,000 data records.

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