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    Lavastorm Employee gmullin's Avatar
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    With the parameter in the node you still get an error saying "Maximum buffer size of 536870912 bytes exceeded"? If so, then it would look like it's not picking up the value of the parameter you created? Can you show screenshots of the parameter declaration?

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    The easiest solution to this is to use an xref instead of a lookup node as the way the lookup works fills up the available buffer space in memory especially with over 7 million records

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