Installation using wizard

Installation using wizard

1. APP Settings

APP Settings


    This indicates the name of the application. You will see it at the top left bar.


    It shows the currency that the system supports.

2. Database settings

Database Settings


    It indicates on which database server the application is required to get connected. It must be valued MySQL


    The database host to which the application will connect. Its value must be the host IP at which your database server is running. For example If you are running the application using Docker, use database service name db as host.


    A port that database server listens. Generally, MySQL server listens at the port 3306.


    Name of your database will be the value.


    The user of your MySQL server will be the value. By default, mysql has a user called root.


    The value must be the password of your MySQL server to be connected. Mysql does not set any password by default.

3. Admin Settings(Initial User to setup the system)

Admin Settings

Below piece of configurations contains the information about the initial user who will install the system at the first stage.

  • Admin Name

    Name of the admin.

  • Admin Email

    E-mail of the admin who will install the system and seed initial data like an employee, store, etc.

  • Admin Password

    Password for the above e-mail which is used while logging in to the system.

Additional Settings

Following are the additional env fields which can be set directly in the .env file.


    This field specifies the timezone that the application will use for time-related operations. For example, Asia/Kolkata


    It serves the application in different languages. By default, we support application in two languages en and da.


    It specifies how to send an e-mail to the user. Its value can be sync or database. For the sync value, the system will directly send e-mails rather than pushing it into a queue. For Database, system will generate jobs/queue and admin will have to run jobs explicitly.

  • Sentry

    This is used to manage miscellaneous data. For example, a user can enable a field called “Send Anonymous Usage Data” to receive error logs for better user experience and improvement of application. To support this, the admin has to add sentry key in the .env file and enable the feature from settings.


    This sets up the analytics like google analytics. For example, Google analytics.


    It is related to analytics. Here we have to add tracking ID. For example, UA-106769603-1.