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Limits Exceeded Due to App?

I'd like to make an App native, but I believe if I do so companies may exceed limits when they use it. For example I need to maintain two complete lists of every salesforce id mapped to an external id. Just that two tables could take up as much as 2/3 of their storage allocation since storage space is calculated by the number of records exclusively. Is there any arrangement SalesForce makes with Partners such that the Partner can pay for companies that install their app to have increased limits, somehow absorb some of the resources to the Partner, or have Partner created and installed things not count at all towards limits?
Rick_NookIndRick_NookInd
I think I misworded. I'm sorry. I think what I mean to say is I'd like to make a composite app as opposed to a stand alone app that uses the API. There would be many webservice API calls back and forth so I believe that makes it non-native?
aalbertaalbert
I want to clarify that the data and file storage limits are calculated by the # of licenses purchased in a specific org. It depends on Edition too - so please search for "storage calculation" in our online help (login to your org, go to Help link in the upper right).
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