The name of the database is important because it will help you identify it. If you put a name that is already present, you will not be able to continue. For our example, let's put "ERP" and press Next.
The program will ask if we want to open it. We say yes and we enter the username admin and password admin, the default data that the program creates for a new local management.
While the password can be changed, the user name must remain admin. This user will have free access to all options and can then create and modify any part of the database at his discretion. He can also create other local users and give them the same privileges.
By creating an empty database, the program will look like this: