Specifies the field information for your selected fields.
Select a field in order to edit the field information.
Remove the selected field from the list box.
Add a new data field to the list box.
Displays the name of the selected data field. If you want, you can enter a new name.
Select a field type.
If set to Yes, the values for this data field are generated by the database engine.
If set to Yes, this field must not be empty.
Specifies the number of characters for the data field.
Specifies the number of decimal places for the data field. This option is only available for numerical or decimal data fields.
Specifies the default value for a Yes/No field.
Enter the SQL command specifier that instructs the data source to auto-increment a specified Integer data field. For example, the following MySQL statement used the AUTO_INCREMENT statement to increase the "id" field each time the statement creates a data field:
CREATE TABLE "table1" ("id" INTEGER AUTO_INCREMENT)
For this example, you must enter AUTO_INCREMENT into the \<emph\>Auto-increment statemen\</emph\>t box.