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Hi guys and gals,I have downloaded the OpenERP of windows, but once a created a database and logged in, if I log out and want to re-log-in, it will said"invalid password or username".Is the username of the administration: admin? Could anyone help me with this login problem?
In most standard setups you have:
- Standard database manager name=admin
- Standard database manager pasword=admin
- A first database OpenERP
- You can login this OpenERP database with user=admin and pasword=admin
If you have setup your own database you used the database manager default name=admin.
During setup it asked for the pasword and you have given the masterpasword=database manager pasword: admin.
During setup you have also given you database a name: yourowndatabase
And it asked also for a pasword for the admin of yourowndatabase.
Let us assume you typed here paswordforyourowndatabase.
And it asked you to repeat this. So you have repeated: paswordforyourowndatabase.
After the setup of yourowndatabase you can go back to login. In the dropdownlist you see now:
You can login in yourowndatabase with: user=admin pasword=paswordforyourowndatabase
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