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Abacre Inventory Management and Control test run

When you first start Abacre Inventory Management and Control it is recommended to use a test base with sample data. Test base with sample data is a sample base which contains a full configurated business project with all available settings adjusted. It will help you to understand all principles of Abacre Inventory Management and Control work. If you want to give Abacre Inventory Management and Control a test run, this is a good place to start.

For setting test database as a working database first of all run Abacre Inventory Management and Control click on More button.

Path to database field will appear. Path to database is a full path to Abacre Inventory Management and Control working database. The database can be stored on your local drive or in the net.

Enter a full path to aimc-test.fdb database file or click browse button [...] and choose the database.

In Login window enter you user name and password. Note that when you first time run Abacre Inventory Management and Control for accessing to the test database with sample data use:
user name: admin
password: 111111

That is all, now click on OK button to load test database with sample data. When you have finished examining test database and wish to create your own business project you should use an empty database for it.

For setting empty database as a working database do the following.

Run Abacre Inventory Management and Control click on More button.

Path to database field will appear. Enter a full path to aimc.fdb database file or click browse button [...] and choose the database.

In Login window enter you user name and password. Note that when you first time run Abacre Inventory Management and Control to access to empty database use:
user name: admin
password: 111111

That is all, now click on OK button to log in.

See also:

Getting started | Creating an order | Taking payment | Items configuration | Bill configuration | Payment methods configuration