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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|07745||Feature requests||Survey editing||public||2013-04-08 18:10||2021-03-07 21:11|
|Summary||07745: Increase database limit by joining tables|
Personally I haven't had the problem yet, but in the support forums I see it a lot: People are running into the limits of their database either because they have a lot of questions in their survey or they have long answer lists in their survey.
Even if I am no friend of long surveys and long answer lists, it would be great if we could have a feature that allows to add another database table to increase the number of possible columns per survey.
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This is a pretty old topic, but it is still relevant.
In the meanwhile I had encountered a project that I thought I could run with Limesurvey. It was a pretty simple questionnaire on first sight, only 5 questions. But with these 5 questions (due to repetion, array and multiple choice questions) I could not create the questionnaire in Limesurvey, because I would quickly reach the column limit.
Here also another real live example of Limesurvey reaching it column limits:
|2013-04-08 18:10||holch||New Issue|
|2019-11-01 17:25||c_schmitz||Category||Survey design => Survey editing|
|2020-04-22 18:15||holch||Note Added: 57323|
|2021-03-07 21:11||c_schmitz||Relationship added||duplicate of 05289|
|2021-03-07 21:11||c_schmitz||Assigned To||=> c_schmitz|
|2021-03-07 21:11||c_schmitz||Status||new => closed|
|2021-03-07 21:11||c_schmitz||Resolution||open => duplicate|