Question3Replies2076Views Bellerophon Member since 2014 61 posts Stratosphere Technical Consulting Posted: September 29, 2016Last activity: November 30, 2016 Closed Solved Help with pzInsKeyI have two questions with respect to pzInsKey.I am using an Obj-Browse in an activity. I have left the defaults of Get Row Key checked and have not altered the pzInsKey default key name.When I view the pxResults on the clipboard, I also went to Actions --> Show XML. I do not see the key.How can I see the key and what is the proper way to reference it from each pxResults item ? (i.e. is it PageName.pxResults(<CURRENT>).pzInsKey ? )Thanks Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoPavanKoduri PEGA replied to Bellerophonhi, is the class that you are retrieving the results is "External Class".If so it will not have the pzInskey itself in the table. If the class is internal then you should be able to get the pzInskey From help- GetRowKey Select to include the primary key in the set of property values returned. Clear to exclude the primary key. (Selected by default.) RowKey This field is required if GetRowKey, above, is selected. Otherwise, leave blank unless the class in the ObjClass parameter corresponds to an external table. Enter the name of a property in the external table, or an expression involving one or more property names, that specifies the unique key of rows of the external table. [btw have you tried mentioning pzInsKey in the SelectField?] For second question answer is YES. Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agoBellerophon Stratosphere Technical Consulting replied to BellerophonMy solution was to explicityly include pzInsKey field in Obj-Brwose field Posted: 4 years agoHectorYNWA Infosys replied to BellerophonWhen Get Row Key is checked and the key is specified, the key gets returned in a standard property pxInsHandle (regardless of whatever might be the key name).