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Tom_David
6 - Interface Innovator
6 - Interface Innovator

I imported (not thinking) over 1,000 .csv records into one of my Free dBases.

What will happen to the excess records?

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BillH
9 - Sun
9 - Sun

One of my associates did this about a year ago.  The import worked but it became impossible to add anything further until we upgraded the plan.  It was just over 1100 records, which might be within a threshold, a much larger upload might have different results.

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BillH
9 - Sun
9 - Sun

One of my associates did this about a year ago.  The import worked but it became impossible to add anything further until we upgraded the plan.  It was just over 1100 records, which might be within a threshold, a much larger upload might have different results.

Tom_David
6 - Interface Innovator
6 - Interface Innovator

I imported over 2k records. AT is letting me 'add' more records, but I see the 'Over Limit 30-day flag' (top right of the navbar). That's cool. In this case, I only need to work with a few hundreds records so I have time to edit.

It would be good (for me :-)) if AT offered a 5k plan for smaller jobs; but that probably does not fit in their subscription model very well.