List View Threshold


Posted by Alex Miller - Sep 23 ’14 at 09:18

Sorry.  I posted this in the ask a question section. I did not see the prior note about moving inquiry to the forum.


I have a list (list A) with cross site lookups to 5 different fields.  One of the lists these fields points to has records beyond the list view threshold (list B).  The fields are indexed columns both in lists A and B.
I can edit items fine using spforms. 
I cannot create a new item.  I get an error that I have exceeded then list view threshold.
Other lists that I have that are beyond the threshold that do not have lookups work fine to create a new item.  Is there a way around this OTHER than increasing the threshold, which is not recommended?

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