Hello, I am trying to display integer in Appian. However, I encounted a problem as there is a limit for Appian of 7 digits for integer.
How can we work around with it?
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Use a text field :)
Integer is naturally limited to 7 digits because the maximum displayable value is
for the logical/technical reason you have to dig in computer science basics. :)
I know it is a basic question. I guess I should ask it differently, if there is anyway you can get the value of a number greater than 7 digits.
As Richard Mentioned, you can save the value in Text format is the only best option. You try with big int data type that may work.
I think it is not in digits, rather it is to a specific number, not sure what. Because in certain cases, you can take it to even 9 digits. However, why can't you use the text instead of the integer? Any specific requirements?
Basically, I am trying to get the disk usage of a Knowledge Center. If the value is too high, it returns a negative value.
We had a similar use case where we needed to store the values till 13 digits. Appian Engineering suggested that storing in text format is the only option.
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