The next part of the install asks you to verify what you just entered along with a list of tables that will be created by the install script. If you need to make any changes to the information you just entered, use your "back" button on your browser to make the changes.
This listing of database tables goes on here.
At the end of the list, you will see a check box that you can use to instruct the script to create the database. If your host has already created a database for you then leave this box unchecked. If you need to create a database, check the box. In both cases, the name you entered in the previous step will be the name of the database.
After clicking on "Make Tables" you will be shown a list of the tables that were created (or not). As you can see from the example below, the database and tables already existed.
If you didn't enter your database information correctly, you will get an error message here. You also will generate an error if you try to create a database when one already exists. Please refer to the error index at the end of this document for information and solutions to error messages.
Once the tables have been created successfully we can fill them with some default content. Next step is to enter your administrative access information and some other default information for MPN.