There are limitations associated with various data types in HighBond.
Item, data, and file size limits
The table below explains the item, data, and file size limits in relation to each HighBond app.
For information about Robots limits, see Robots specifications and limits.
Limits that apply to the Projects app also apply to related apps, such as HighBond for iOS or Android and Offline Projects, unless otherwise stated. For more information about related apps to Projects, see Managing user permissions in HighBond apps.
For a complete listing of HighBond apps, see Using HighBond.
100 per assurance plan
||500 per project or framework|
1000 per objective
|Risk scoring factors||Projects, Frameworks, Strategy||8|
|Custom risk attribute fields||Strategy||10|
|Related requirements||Compliance Maps||300|
|Custom attribute fields||Projects, Frameworks||
5 custom attribute fields for each of the following items:
Phases include Planning, Fieldwork, and Results.
|Files||All HighBond apps, except HighBond for iOS or Android and Offline Projects||
|HighBond for iOS or Android, Offline Projects||Maximum individual file size is 100 MB|
For security reasons, HighBond does not accept file attachments with the following extensions: .bat, .com, .dmg, .exe, or .src.
|Rich text editor fields||All HighBond apps||Maximum 524,288 characters|
|Rich text editor fields that have Citation Mode available||Projects, Frameworks||
Within each text editor that has Citation Mode available, the following limits apply:
Citation Mode is not supported in HighBond for iOS or Android, Offline Projects, Reports, and Analytics.
Citation Mode highlights and links are displayed in Mission Control, but cannot be added.
Each table contains a maximum of:
The Reports app works differently from other HighBond apps. As a result, there are a variety of limits and considerations to be aware of when using the app.
For more information, see Limitations and considerations in Reports.
In Projects, after you paste certain types of links into a rich text editor and save your changes, the editor automatically renders the link as a reference card so you can see information about it without clicking it:
You should be aware of the following limitations to this feature:
- This feature applies to the following types of links only:
- Control test
- Test plan
- The reference card shows the link's title by default. If the link doesn't have a title, the card displays the first 255 characters of the link's description instead.
- Up to 50 reference cards can appear on the same page.
- Reference cards don't appear in reporting mechanisms, including Reports, one-click reports, API exports, and AN imports. In these cases, the reports contain plain URLs instead.