After selecting a table in the Browse Database tree, you can customize which columns the query is selecting by selecting one or more columns under the table to select just the highlighted columns, or selecting the table to use the * symbol to select all columns.
The DB Browse binding has the ability to designate key columns within the query. A key column is used within the select query's where clause, and can be given a value. A column is denoted as a key column when it has a key symbol next to it.
Clicking the Key icon to the right of the Browse Database tree will designate a column as a key column. Alternately, if the highlighted column is already a key column, then clicking the Key icon will remove that column as a key column.
In the DB Browse binding, you can also sort data in ascending or descending order. Select the column that you want to sort by and click the Sort icon. Multiple columns can be used for sorting.