This step of only appears when you have selected the DBLookup function. This step of the wizard requires you to supply a value or cell reference for each primary key column of the table that you selected. Values in the primary key columns serve as the unique identifiers for each row in the table. No two rows in the table will ever have the same primary key value. If the primary key consists of more than one column, the combination of the primary key values of a given row constitute it's unique identifier.
By specifying the primary key, Liberty Reports is able to locate a specific row in the table in order to return values from the column(s) you selected.
|Type||Click this drop-down and select from one of the following options:
|Value||This option appears when the Type is Literal Value. You may identify the desired value one of two ways:
|Cell||This option appears when the Type is Cell Reference. You may identify the desired cell one of three ways: