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Design Extender DB Connection(s)?

Thread began 4/27/2012 7:21 pm by jurinski334466 | Last modified 5/09/2012 1:02 am by jurinski334466 | 941 views | 4 replies


I'm sorry, I had a major detour after asking my question. Thank you for your quick reply, Jason.

Sorry to be so thick, but I manage to get tripped up by the simplest steps. I take it that after running Power CMS Builder I will end up with two connections to my database: one for Power CMS Builder to use and one for my own data changes?

Before running Power CMS Builder, do I just create an empty database with no connection? Should I eliminate my database connection and make all my database changes through the PowerCMSConnection, do I use two connections to one database, or do I use two separate databases in this situation?

Unfortunately, I get easily confused...

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