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Triggered action limitation flow



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Usually, it means 10k are affected in a single event. For example, if I create a loop that inserts 500 records 10 times on Table A , 500 records 10 times on Table B.

We get:
500 x 10 = 5000
500 x 10  = 5000

And we get 10,000 records affected. You can provide a sample trigger so we can check on it.

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Hi, just to add something based on an experience on this.. correct me if I am wrong.. If a Triggered Action and an Application Task have cascading behavior, the number of records affected by the Application Task will include the records affected by the Triggered Action.

For instance, if a trigger affects 8k records and an Application Task cascaded to that trigger affects 3k records, your task will fail and the message "affected records by this action exceed..." will appear.

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