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Table size can significantly affect QuickBase performance, including the speed with which QuickBase searches tables and runs reports.   We recommend that you schedule regular reviews of your applications to see how much storage space each table is using and whether you can tweak your tables to optimize performance.

December 14th, 2011 - 10:12 AM

If you find yourself in a situation where you constantly have to add new fields to a table in order to keep up with future dates there is a much easier way to manage this. You may have imported your data from excel and each column represented a different day in your spreadsheet, as a result you have countless numbers of check box or text fields for all past and future dates in QuickBase.

February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM

For all QuickBase users, you can find the database ID of a table in the address bar of your browser when you're looking at any page of the table. The home page of all QuickBase applications has a DBID that does not refer to any of the tables in the application. You must navigate to a form or view that is specific to your table to cause the proper dbid to appear in your browser's address bar.

February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM

QuickBase formulas can be used within a record to compute and return a value. Generally formulas can only be used within a single record and can not span across multiple records in a table. For instance, in an employee table with a field Salary, the Salary for individuals can not be computed as a percentage against all other employees' salaries.

February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM

This error indicates that you've taken up all the storage space for a particular table. In order to keep the "quick" in QuickBase, tables have a maximum size limit. To see how close you are, you can check your application's statistics:


February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM

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