Downloading maximum rows in visuals

The site administrator can provide an upper limit on the number of rows rendered in a visual request.

Sometimes an inexperienced or malicious user can create a visual requesting billions of rows. This may result in excessive resource consumption at the server level and too large to render in the client browser. To avoid this scenario, an administrator can provide an upper limit on the number of rows rendered in a visual request.

Navigate to the Site Settings interface and scroll down to the Visuals option and enter a value in the Maximum data rows for visuals text box.

At the individual visual level, the setting in the Maximum number of rows to fetch option in the Data menu of the Visual Designer overrides this default behaviour.

At the site level, the setting in the Maximum data rows for visuals option overrides the setting in the Maximum number of rows to fetch option.