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Replied to How To Run Queries Across Multiple Databases
Yes, the databases are on the same instance... but I don't know how to achieve the 2 queries that I commented on my question :(
Could you give me an example of the queries that I mentioned?
Thanks for your help!
Started a new Conversation How To Run Queries Across Multiple Databases
I have a multi-tentant app with one "master" database to store all the common data (like a "customers" table that is shared across all tenants) and one database per tenant to store all the tenant related data (like a "orders" table with all the orders, only for that tenant).
Now I want to make some queries that needs data from all the tenants like this:
Is that possible? how?
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It's possible to migrate from "cartalyst/sentry" to Laravel Authentication (built-in) without loosing user passwords and/or session data?