to access the database, the application needs an access token,
which is basically an encrypted piece of information that contains
all the necessary credentials. In this step, the wizard prompts you
to do one of the following:
||If this a new, clean installation, use the
Generate Token button to
generate a new access token.
||If you have created a new database for an
existing installation, you can use a previously saved token.
Normally, it is automatically loaded for you from the database
the SQL credentials contained in the token override the existing
SQL credentials, so an attempt to change existing SQL credentials
will generate a warning. The access token entry dialog is
||If you are creating a new configuration
file for an existing database, enter the access token that you
generated in the past, when you were creating the database. Note
that you will be prompted to enter the access token only if no
configuration file exists. Otherwise, the access token will be
automatically read from the configuration file. Automatic loading
of the access token from the configuration file is always a better
option. The access token entry dialog is illustrated below.