1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31  \index{Database!Log-in} \index{Log-in!Database} \begin{enumerate} \item \gdprojects{} are stored in a \gddb{}. Before you can access a \gdproject{}, you have to log in to the \gddb{}. \item The log-in dialog for the \gddb{} (\bxfigref{dblogin}) appears automatically the first time you need it (e.g. when you try to open or create a \gdproject{}). \begin{figure}[h] \begin{center} \includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{Tasks/Database/PS/dblogin} \caption{Database login} \label{dblogin} \end{center} \end{figure} \bxtipp{If you are using the default demo (embedded) \gddb{}, you will automatically be logged into the \gddb{}. } \bxwarn{We do not recommend using the embedded \gddb{} for productive use of \app{}.} \item Select the \gddb{} you want to use and enter your username and password. \bxtipp{If you previously had another \app{} version installed, you may see the information that your current \gddb{} version is not compatible with the latest version. If this is the case, then you can automatically migrate your \gddb{} \bxpref{DBMigrate}.} \item If you want to save your \gddb{} password, select the checkbox to store it in the secure store. You can edit your password settings in the preferences via: \\ \bxname{General/Security/Secure Store}. \item Once you have opted to save your password, you can also choose whether you want to perform an automatic login to this \gddb{} when you use this workspace. If you select this option, then the next time you open \app{} and e.g. select:\\ \bxmenu{Test}{Open}{}\\ you will be automatically connected to this \gddb{} with the username and password you entered. \item You can change your auto-login details or select another \gddb{} at any time by selecting:\\ \bxmenu{Test}{Select database...}{} \end{enumerate}