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I would raise this to support. The number of fields displayed in the business object does not equate always to the number of fields in a database table. the reason is that every validated (dropdown) field is actually 2 fields in the db. the fieldname and fieldname_valid. The same logic applied to link fields which are fieldname and also fieldname_category. There are some limited for tables columns defined by Microsoft for SQL databases but depends on implemented logic, best to get support/dev to answer.
Thank you Alasdair, I do have a followup question which is in an on premise architecture, is there ANYTHING i can do to ISM or the DB config/settings to get rid of this limitation?
Nothing that I am aware of, I would raise a ticket to support, if it cannot be changed then ask them to raise as a feature request to dev.
Your other option is to see where you can move fields to another object and link using relationships, have you seen the Incident Details screens for capturing additional information? Not sure where the the fields are stored but a potential option.