Hi @Jared_Ingold - yeah the APIs are just different and maxRecords isn’t a param you can use in the scripting app. I’m sure you know this, but you can get to the same result with:
let table = base.getTable("Table");
let queryResult = await table.selectRecordsAsync();
let record = queryResult.getRecord(queryResult.recordIds);
I guess there’s an argument to say “why do I have to return all of the records in a table or view to get just one”, but for most bases (all?), this won’t be too much of an overhead.
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