Sorry this is a very basic question, but i just cant seem to find a clear answer. On a business plan, it states that you can have up to 25,000 rows per app with a standard data source and up to 100,000 rows with glide tables.
I just want to clarify that this means that there is a total combined number of rows up to a maximum of 125,000 rows, but that to achieve this, you need to have the max in both types of database, and that either maxes out at its cap regardless of how many rows are potentially in the other type of database.
Have i got this correct?
I read this information, but wasnt sure if it meant that the total combined maximum was actually only 100k or 125k.