Happy that you found a way!
It’s a matter of data type.
When you filter - or lookup - value(s) of a table (
Assemblies.Filter(...)) you get a list of rows.
you can then access their attributes (or properties or members) by selecting the relative column.
Assemblies.First() will give you the first row of Assemblies table (or an Assembly object).
By setting the display column, you just say how you “see” that row, but it’s still an entire row.
When you step into the rows properties, you’ll get the relevant information.
e.g. you can get the Manufacturer Id of the first row by selecting its proper column:
will give you the list of rows and you’ll see what you set in the display column
will give you a list of
String (the value of each
I hope I made it more clear not vice versa…
I’m sure that playing around with Coda you will get more and more familiar with these concepts that come from the Relational model (in case you are more curious: Relational model - Wikipedia)