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Should the Mysql table that contains data for a website be in a different Database than the Application?
I’m designing a website that will have a DB that contains all the data for the site. When a user posts on the site, it will be added to a new table, or sub-table (i.e. the user updates a users row in the database).
Should i keep the tables inside the main DB that I use to design the site, or separate them into a new database? What pros and cons would there be by doing this?
I wouldn’t use a completely separate database if the data is just being used for the website. If a user is logged in, you could store that information in the same database as the rest of the user’s information. If they are not logged in, you would just have a flag to keep the information in a certain place in case the user is logged in.
Basically, I would use a system similar to how Facebook does things.
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