If anonymous access is chosen at the first installation, the program will automatically create an administrator user to log in. The access data are username: admin and password: admin.
In case the database is cloud type you will need to enter the D-One access credentials created previously. Remember that the database access user does not necessarily match the D-One account data. Since during the first installation the D-One account and the database were created simultaneously, the access data will be practically always the same, but special cases may arise that would differentiate the two accounts.
Each time you open the program, it will always offer you the last database you had access to. Normally the program uses the access files as a database and when you log in it will check that they are accessible. However, if one of the files is not accessible, it will not be displayed in the drop-down list and the first accessible file will be selected.
As previously stated, Nios4 must always have at least one database connected in order to work properly.
In case the selected database is cloud type and has never been opened, the program will automatically launch synchronization to recover the data and save it in the local copy.
Now we are ready to access the program and proceed to create our database.