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By "standard list view", I mean the page you get when you enter the three-character object prefix after the Salesforce URL. Normally, there is a rowsperpage parameter that lets you set the number of records on other standard salesforce pages, but it doesn't seem to be working for list views. By default, I have 100 records displayed in one org, and 200 in another. I'd like to show 500 records or more.

It would look something like this: https://cs8.salesforce.com/a7d?rowsperpage=500

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Possible values for RowsPerPage are 10, 25, 50, 100, 200. You cannot set it to 500. See the following page from the VisualForce Developer's Guide.

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  • That doesn't seem to work as a standard URL parameter (not a VF element attribute): cs8.salesforce.com/a7d?RowsPerPage=50 – Kirill Yunussov Jun 9 '15 at 15:11
  • If you look at the reference I pointed you to, RowsPerPage is actually supposed to be for enhanced list views, not for regular list view. I suspect you've been using an unsupported hack that may be disappearing. – crmprogdev Jun 9 '15 at 15:23
  • this rowsperpage parameter works as a URL parameter in various places in Salesforce - apex classes/triggers/pages views, expanded related list views (all of which could be "enhanced list views", I don't know). It just doesn't work on the standard list view, and the standard list view is the one I need the answer for. – Kirill Yunussov Jun 9 '15 at 20:35
  • It's not documented anyplace other than as an enhanced list param. I did find this @SFDCFox answer in this post about URL Overrides that's nearly 2 years old. It's been known for some time that many overrides will be going away at any time. This could be one of them. They also don't work in SF1 – crmprogdev Jun 9 '15 at 21:35

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