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Limits GraphQL API

To keep GraphQL API working with enhanced performance, the API has predetermined limits you must pay attention to. See which are these limits next.

1.1 Request limit
1.2 Query rows limit
1.3 Selected fields limit

1.1 Request limit

You can run up to 120 request per minute for each IP address. In case you surpass the standard request limit, the API will return an Error Response message informing the issue. To continue using the API, wait for the time limit to pass and run the request again.


1.2 Query rows limit

You can query up to 10,000 rows per query. The limit field in your query controls this restriction, and you can set it as you desire as long as it doesn’t surpass the GraphQL API limit. If you surpass it, the API will return an Error Response message informing the issue.


1.3 Selected fields limit

When you’re querying for datasets’ fields, the maximum value of selected fields is of 35 fields per query. If you surpass the fields’ limit, the API will return an Error Response message informing the issue.

See the Error Responses page for more details on the messages regarding limit errors.


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