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The password for the user '''minicrm''' is ''minicrm''.
 
The password for the user '''minicrm''' is ''minicrm''.
  
{{note|Location|We usually unzip the sample database into C:\DerbyDB\ on Windows machines because at some point in the past the maximum path length was sometimes problematic. The tutorial is going to assume that you will do the same.}}
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{{note|Location|We usually unzip the sample database into C:\DerbyDB\ on Windows machines because at some point in the past the maximum path length was sometimes problematic. The tutorial is going to assume that you will do the same. Don't forget to check if the newly created Folder grants write permission to your user (for instance windows 7 needs admin privileges to create a folders in C:\ )  }}
  
 
==Modify the database==
 
==Modify the database==
 
The demo database is sufficient for the tutorial. Please refer to this how to: {{ScoutLink|HowTo/5.0|Modify a derby database}} if you want to add other columns to the existing tables.
 
The demo database is sufficient for the tutorial. Please refer to this how to: {{ScoutLink|HowTo/5.0|Modify a derby database}} if you want to add other columns to the existing tables.

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This page belongs to the Minicrm Step-by-Step Tutorial. Previous step: New Eclipse Scout Project. Next Step: Set up SQL Service


Getting the example database

Download the Apache Derby example database and unzip it.

The DB you've downloaded contains the following two tables in tablespace minicrm:

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The password for the user minicrm is minicrm.

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Location
We usually unzip the sample database into C:\DerbyDB\ on Windows machines because at some point in the past the maximum path length was sometimes problematic. The tutorial is going to assume that you will do the same. Don't forget to check if the newly created Folder grants write permission to your user (for instance windows 7 needs admin privileges to create a folders in C:\ )


Modify the database

The demo database is sufficient for the tutorial. Please refer to this how to: Modify a derby database if you want to add other columns to the existing tables.

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