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Update documentation on "Table of Notes and Domino known limits" and others in Designer Help

The Designer help document "Table of Notes and Domino known limits" obviously hasn't been updated in ages.

Even for Domino 11.0.1 it still gives a maximum database size of 64GB, just to give one example.

Also still missing in this table is the new limit for Summary data per document (increased from 64k to 16MB with Domino 90.1 FP8!)

What's missing altogether is the fact that with Domino 10 the amount of data per summary field has been elevated from 32k to 64k. This info cannot be found anywhere in the documentation, not even as a "what's new" entry in the Domino 10 documentation.

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  • May 7 2020
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    Guest commented
    12 May 01:21pm

    If this is going to be done please put some context around best practices. E.g. the often quoted...

    'Dont' have too many large sortable views' - what is too many, 10, 100, 1000?

    Don't use too many hidden fields - what is too many 10, 100, etc ....

    etc etc.

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    Guest commented
    12 May 07:04am

    Hallo Thomas!

    Habe ich doch schon l����nngst f�r gevoted ;-) Hatte Ben ja in seinem Blog
    schon drauf hingewiesen.

    Mit freundlichen Gr��en
    Christian

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    Guest commented
    11 May 02:17pm

    Though it is off topic for this idea, I do want to point out that using tags rather than folders would likely be a far more major change than increasing the limit on the folder names. (I'll leave to a separate discussion the pros and cons of folders vs. tags.)

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    Guest commented
    11 May 01:44pm

    What is especially vague is the limit on the number of folders in a mail file, or rather, the limit on the total length of all the folder names in the folder tree. What bugs most people is the erratic behavior of the mail template when this limit is exceeded. Why not forget about folders and introduce tags (like in Gmail.... I know, blasphemy...)