Increase or remove the limit for the data import

Idea ID 1675739

Increase or remove the limit for the data import

Today the limit of the data import functionnality is 40 000 records per day, we would like to have a setting to change it.

For some usage that limit is too low, by example if we need to import all our contacts at once using data import.

I think we should have the possibility to go at least up to 100 000.

By example we are using data import to import the contacts into our tenants, our tool cannot do a differential export so we need to import all the contacts every day. We have around 70k contacts so the limit is not enough for us.

It's no possible to use connect IT to import the data since we import data with entity link (like location) and CIT is waiting for the ID of the location we cannot fill the name or the code.

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Micro Focus Expert
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Status changed to: Waiting for Votes

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