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Is there a limit to how much records a SAP table can hold

What is SAP's capacity for its table?

Specifcially, we are aiming to load all direct and indirect customers in table KNA1 in ECC and replicate over to CRM. For approximately 30 million records, is this possible?

is there a limit to how much data a table in SAP can hold? what is the threshold where performance is traded in for storage?

Thank you in Advance

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2013 at 05:13 PM


    Yes there is a limit on tables. It depends on the size category of the table which is defined while creating a table. Same is applicable for SAP standard tables.

    Max. Limit is 110.000.000.



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