Select the key(s) of the selected view that are to support searching.
Imagine that you had two views of an employee's table available:
Now imagine that you wanted your end-users to be able to:
To do this you would probably create 2 filters:
The first (1) would use view A with these options
Keys to be used in search: DEPTMENT and SECTION only.
User must specify all chosen keys: No. Just a DEPTMENT value alone may be specified to create a list of all the employees in a department.
Allow generic searching: No. Searching for departments or sections with generic names has no business value and may be confusing.
The second (2) would use view B with these options
Keys to be used in search: SURNAME only.
User must specify all chosen keys: Yes. At least one letter of a surname must be specified before the search button can be clicked to prevent extremely large searches being done by accident.
Allow generic searching: Yes.
Note: Key selections need to be contiguous from the first key. For example, if you select key number 3 you must also select key numbers 1 and 2.
This is a Program Coding Assistant property.