Use this wire adapter to get data for a batch of records at once. You can request multiple objects or different record types.

The getRecords wire adapter uses this User Interface API resource, but doesn’t support all its parameters.

  • records—An array of record data, which can be across multiple objects or record types.

  • recordIds—(At least one required) The ID of records to fetch from supported objects.

  • fields—An array of fields to return. If the context user doesn’t have access to a field, an error is returned. If you’re not sure whether the context user has access to a field and you don’t want the request to fail if they don’t, use the optionalFields parameter.

    Specify field names in the format ObjectApiName.FieldName or ObjectApiName.JunctionIdListName.

    Polymorphic fields aren't supported. Including a polymorphic field in fields can result in an invalid field error.

  • optionalFields— (Optional) An array of optional field names. If a field is accessible to the context user, it’s included in the response. If a field isn’t accessible to the context user, it isn’t included in the response, but it doesn’t cause an error. Specify field names in the format ObjectApiName.FieldName or ObjectApiName.JunctionIdListName.

  • propertyOrFunction—A private property or function that receives the stream of data from the wire service. If a property is decorated with @wire, the results are returned to the property’s data property or error property. If a function is decorated with @wire, the results are returned in an object with a data property and an error property.

  • resultsBatch Results
  • hasErrorstrue if at least one of the results in the result set is an HTTP status code in the 400 or 500 range, or false otherwise.

To get data for a single record, use getRecord instead.

To filter by criteria and work with dynamic record IDs easily, consider using the GraphQL wire adapter instead.

This example loads several records using the record IDs. Replace the recordIds values with your own.

Alternatively, you can request for records across multiple objects.

To work with dynamic record IDs, consider using the GraphQL wire adapter instead.

If you use the getRecords wire adapter with dynamic record IDs, we recommend that you create a parameterObject array that you can push your record parameters to as a single property. Using an array enables you to define record IDs and fields for multiple objects.

For example, you can retrieve contact IDs by account via an Apex controller and then pass them to the parameterObject array. You can also pass in your record parameters from a parent component to a child component that initializes the array.

When you call the wire adapter, the User Interface API composes a SOQL query for the request. This SOQL query has a limit of 100k characters. If you expect to exceed this limit, we recommend splitting the query into multiple queries and running them in batches.

This example shows how you can retrieve contact and user records on an account. It assumes that you retrieve the contacts on an account using an Apex controller.

In your JavaScript, set up the parameterObject array to define record IDs and fields for the contact and user records. Then, pass in the $parameterObject dynamic variable to the getRecords wire adapter.

When you use this component on an account record page, it renders a list of contact names that are associated on the account and the user name of the account owner.

The lwc-recipes repo has several examples that demonstrate getRecords usage. Look for components that start with wireGetRecords, such as wireGetRecordsDifferentTypes component.

getRecords returns errors in an error property. To display errors, you can use toasts provided by the lightning/platformShowToastEvent module with a Promise that includes then() and catch() blocks.