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Re: Testing ledger-smb

One more thing---

When you install LedgerSMB 1.1.x, one of hte main differences you will
see from SQL-Ledger is that you will be asked to set an administrative
password the first time.  Also note two other things:

1)  If you want to test migrating existing data, you will need to
create a new duplicate data set.  If you connect to your live one, you
will upgrade your dataset and SL will stop functioning (I can help you
correct this if it happens, but it isn't going to be safe in the
future-- certainly 1.2 and beyond have the potential to break and you
risk some subtle data integrity issues by doing this, so don't).  You
can do this by using createdb from the commandline with the -T option.
F. ex. createdb -T sql-ledger ledger-smb

2)  If you create a dataset in LedgerSMB 1.1, there is an additional
area for a superuser name and password.  If you want to create a new
dataset, you need to supply the db superuser credentials here.
Otherwise you can create the dataset from the commandline with
createdb, use createlang to add plpgsql, and then add objects as a
normal db user.

If you need any help, let us know.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers