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AFPO-PSMNG filed cannot be used in adobeform

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I need to select the PSMNG field from AFPO table .. But adobe forms says that it is reference filed thus it can not be used

Is there any way to rove those errors and use that field

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jerryjanda
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Hi, hari3111 :

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