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August 21, 2009

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Janet:

The limit for Enterprise 7 is 100,000 items, so you have room to grow.

Keep in mind that version 7 is no longer supported. If you are in the market for an upgrade to QuickBooks Enterprise 2013, it is currently on sale at a great price - details here:
http://www.betterbottomline.com/quickbooks-enterprise-2013/

Hi,
I am workinging on Enterprise 7. Approaching 10000 items, which I beleive is the limit. Is this true and can I delete items? Or what?

Kimbakat:

Unfortunately, there is no way to get the total vendor count that you are looking for.

I'm curious - how does knowing that information become helpful for your business? That is the first time I have heard of needing to know the actual vendor count, as opposed to the total $$ owed to those vendors.

Scott Gregory

How do I find out "Currently" the total amount of Vendors I have?
It would be nice for them to have a "total" count at the bottom after each filter is applied.

Charlie:

Is this something you learned by working with the QB SDK? The web site with all these references doesn't mention anything about the 10,000 limit that I could see. Curious how you came across that limitation...

Scott

Hey, Scott, one addendum. The limit of 14,500 for the combination of other names, customers, vendors and employees - there ALSO is a limit of 10,000 names of any particular type. So you can only have 10,000 customers in Pro/Premier. Or 10,000 vendors. The TOTAL is limited to 14,500.

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Charlie Russell

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