Return only two fields from the expression of the query record

Certified Associate Developer

Here in this image the expression should only return seatno and gender field without pid.

Can anyone please help me with this?

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    Certified Senior Developer

    if you query  record type then by default primary key of that record will be available as output along with your selected fields.

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    Certified Associate Developer

    Then how you will identify that a given record data is associated to which record? As Gopal answered, it is available by default for that particular reason only.

    There is no way/option to remove primary key from the queryRecordType() but you can manipulate the generated result by taking reference from below code.

        recordType: 'recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle',
        fields: {
          'recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle.fields.{7aa3dcda-863a-4271-9034-85821a2bd453}vehicleMake',
          'recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle.fields.{767a1f4c-ca0a-4df5-954d-cd0beba06e96}vehicleMileage'
        filters: a!queryFilter(
          field: 'recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle.fields.{595da20e-a849-4c36-a57e-d569453c622f}vehicleId',
          operator: "in",
          value: {1,2,3,4}
        pagingInfo: a!pagingInfo(1, 10)
      'recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle'(
        'recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle.fields.{7aa3dcda-863a-4271-9034-85821a2bd453}vehicleMake': fv!item['recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle.fields.{7aa3dcda-863a-4271-9034-85821a2bd453}vehicleMake'],
        'recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle.fields.{767a1f4c-ca0a-4df5-954d-cd0beba06e96}vehicleMileage': fv!item['recordType!{aa4ce38f-1a9d-4827-af51-e2ccb80a2c8b}AS Vehicle.fields.{767a1f4c-ca0a-4df5-954d-cd0beba06e96}vehicleMileage']

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    Certified Lead Developer

    Does this result in an actual problem? Or is it just not what you expected?