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    Increase Entry Limits on Reports

    Asked by cbga on November 21, 2011 at 01:52 PM

    I have a form that has 29 checkboxes. When I create a report it will only allow me to display results for 26 of the 29 boxes. It does not matter which chart type I choose. Is there a way to increase this? The form is an online voting form for a video contest we are running where the voters must choose 5 videos (check boxes) as their favorite.

    Here is the Form

    Here is the results with entry limit of 26

    If you increase entry limit to 27, 28 or 29 (which I need) I get a error message - see screen shot

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    Answered by fxr on November 21, 2011 at 05:58 PM

    OK, cbga I have replicated the issue here.

    It appears that this is an issue with the google chart api that we use to generate reports. Google reports back that your dataset is too large to process.

    There is not  really an awful lot we can do here, we are limited by the amount of data that Google Charting api allows.

    As regards options as a workaround, you could download the data in Excel format and generate your report in Excel, possibly taking a screenshot of the resultant chart if you did want to include the chart on a website. 

    Obviously, that solutions lacks the automation that our reporting features, via Googles Charting api provides.

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    Answered by cbga on November 23, 2011 at 04:34 PM

    That makes sense - thanks for the answer