How to install xTuple’s PostBooks on an existing PostgreSQL database server

The xTuple installer installs PostgreSQL for you, but what if you already have a PostgreSQL server? This post describes how to handle that situation.

Follow the instructions at http://www.xtuple.org/node/3465. However, the init.sql script may not run to completion if the admin user already exists. To resolve that situation, in pgAdmin:

  1. Go to the server, Login Roles.
  2. Right-click on admin, go to PropertiesRole membership, and make admin a member in xtrole.
  3. Under Properties / Role Privileges, tick these:
    • Can create database objects
    • Can create roles
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