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How to calculate the Entity Limit?
How to calculate the Entity Limit?

In this article, you'll learn how to estimate the entity limit of your store

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The greatest entity number among the count of items, products, customers, and orders is used to determine the Entity Limit. For example, if you wish to migrate 1000 products, 980 customers, 990 orders, and all other supported entities, your Entity Limit will be 1000, providing you with 1000 entities to choose from. With the Pricing Calculator, you can determine the Entity Limit and Price for your migration tool.

Go to your Source Store’s admin panel (backend) and navigate to the listing pages for information about the number of products, customers, and orders. You can also use our Demo Migration tool to find your recommended Entity Limit (the highest entity number).

For example, with a 4000 Entity Limit, you can migrate all the data below:

  • 4000 Products

  • 4000 Customers

  • 4000 Orders

  • 4000 Blog posts

  • All Product Categories

  • All Product Reviews

  • All Taxes

  • All SEO URLs and Meta information

  • Other supported entities


  • The Entity Limit only applies to products, customers, and orders. Other data types such as categories, product reviews, etc. will be moved entirely during the migration.

  • One parent product with all its variations will be considered as 1 product.

  • You're charged based on how many products, customers, and orders you're looking to move, not all the data you have. More.

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