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2658303 - Calibration - The Maximum Number of Viewable Subjects Without Filtering Threshold



PLEASE NOTE: All information in this KBA has been moved to the SAP Help Guide at Implementing and Managing Calibration - General. This KBA is planned for archival on July 31, 2024.


This article explains what the Maximum Number of Viewable Subjects Without Filtering Threshold setting controls in the Calibration session.

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  • For larger Calibration sessions, it is possible to set a threshold for the number of viewable subjects in a Calibration session.
  • There can be performance issues on sessions with more than 200 subjects, and this setting will display a soft warning message when the value of the subject threshold is changed to a value greater than 200.
  • This setting can be found under the Advanced tab in the Calibration template:

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  • The system default threshold is 200.
  • Any number entered above 200 will prompt a soft warning to advise that having a maximum number of viewable subjects over 200 may cause performance issues:

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  • The maximum threshold that can be entered is 2000.
  • This number cannot be increased, and it will not be possible to save the template with any number greater than 2000.


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