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Limitations in how many fields a content class can have?

Limitations in how many fields a content class can have?

Wednesday 29 January 2003 9:01:28 pm - 3 replies

(RC1)

Are there known limitations regarding how many fields a class (in my case a content class) can have? I'm in "Class edit" btw.

I have a class with 21 fields, and when I tried to add field nr. 19 (hitting the New after selecting the required fieldtype) it came out with no "Type". I ignored it, filled in the info and submitted (by adding once again a new field).

It croaked, gave errors on all fields, but the new field with the correct type, and the "errorous" field - also this with correct type, where there.

Filled in info for the new field, submitted by adding a new one, everything correct still, filled in the info for the last field (nr. 21 btw.) and chose to store.

It worked.

Did I experience a bug or a limitation or what...?

I have seen the same error manifest itself like described above earlier (alson on RC1), but I do not recall if it happened on field nr. 19 then.

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Thursday 30 January 2003 2:47:23 pm

> (RC1)
>
> Are there known limitations regarding how many fields a
> class (in my case a content class) can have? I'm in "Class
> edit" btw.
>
> I have a class with 21 fields, and when I tried to add field
> nr. 19 (hitting the New after selecting the required
> fieldtype) it came out with no "Type". I ignored it, filled
> in the info and submitted (by adding once again a new
> field).
>
> It croaked, gave errors on all fields, but the new field
> with the correct type, and the "errorous" field - also this
> with correct type, where there.
>
> Filled in info for the new field, submitted by adding a new
> one, everything correct still, filled in the info for the
> last field (nr. 21 btw.) and chose to store.
>
> It worked.
>
> Did I experience a bug or a limitation or what...?
>
> I have seen the same error manifest itself like described
> above earlier (alson on RC1), but I do not recall if it
> happened on field nr. 19 then.
>
> \atle\
> --

I had the same problem!
But I think you explain it better than me!

http://www.ez.no/bug/bugview/1726/
I added a screenshot but I think it didn't work.

Wednesday 05 February 2003 1:36:09 pm

> > (RC1)
> >
> > Are there known limitations regarding how many fields a
> > class (in my case a content class) can have? I'm in
> "Class
> > edit" btw.
> >
> > I have a class with 21 fields, and when I tried to add
> field
> > nr. 19 (hitting the New after selecting the required
> > fieldtype) it came out with no "Type". I ignored it,
> filled
> > in the info and submitted (by adding once again a new
> > field).
> >
> > It croaked, gave errors on all fields, but the new field
> > with the correct type, and the "errorous" field - also
> this
> > with correct type, where there.
> >
> > Filled in info for the new field, submitted by adding a
> new
> > one, everything correct still, filled in the info for
> the
> > last field (nr. 21 btw.) and chose to store.
> >
> > It worked.
> >
> > Did I experience a bug or a limitation or what...?
> >
> > I have seen the same error manifest itself like
> described
> > above earlier (alson on RC1), but I do not recall if it
> > happened on field nr. 19 then.
> >
> > \atle\
> > --
>
> I had the same problem!
> But I think you explain it better than me!
>
> http://www.ez.no/bug/bugview/1726/
> I added a screenshot but I think it didn't work.

There is no limitation of number of attributes by design, the limitations are made by database, apache, php or the browser.
Creating a class with 100 attributes should be no problem.

However I believe the problem was in the template engine and some PHP references, this problem is fixed for the RC2 release.

I just tested a new class with 42 attributes (all datatypes twice) and it worked perfectly, even creating an object with it.

Wednesday 05 February 2003 3:03:30 pm

> There is no limitation of number of attributes by design,
> the limitations are made by database, apache, php or the
> browser.
> Creating a class with 100 attributes should be no problem.
>
> However I believe the problem was in the template engine and
> some PHP references, this problem is fixed for the RC2
> release.
>
> I just tested a new class with 42 attributes (all datatypes
> twice) and it worked perfectly, even creating an object with
> it.

Thank you!

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