We had a discussion with our Dedicated Support Engineer... I was informed that they (MSFT) felt that the 60k number was too high, so they started lowering it gradually, to 'see who it would affect'. He did freely admit that this was not communicated out, and that they didn't expect it to affect too many people.I'm hoping we can all make enough noise, so at the very least we can get a bit of a heads up on this if we're going to have to comply.We're also working with MS to see if we can get these limits relaxed, at least for a while so as not to interfere with our business.
If you're running anything in bulk but not taking advantage of execute multiple, you're likely to run into this issue.
Normal users working through the UI won't be performing that many operations, so they're going to be safe.
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