The application I work on utilizes nested sets1 to represent tree structures within our database. We need to expand a particular area of access control to support multiple clients who should not be ...
Let's say I have a view which should change it's content based on the user resp. on the users permission. After some research I basically found 2 types of authorization. Role-Based and Activity-Based ...
I am currently working on a ecommerce system that is slightly different in structure to a typical ecommerce system in that you have multiple stores, accessing the same database from different URLs. ...
in multi-tenant systems what is the correct practice for segregating each tenants data from each other?
I am a first-time azure developer and I am taking over a single-tenant cloud system and have been tasked with converting the system to multi-tenant. What is the correct practice to separate each ...
How to deal with runtime changes to tenant-location in a clustered, multitenant web application with app-managed datasources?
I have a Java web application that supports multi-tenancy to keep customer data separate. Connection pools to each customer database are created at runtime. The details of each customer shard ...
I'm in the planning stages of a new webapp, and I am leaning strongly toward a multitenancy model. The app has a file storage function, where the user can upload (and operate on) files. I would like ...
We have a number of clients, whose systems share some functionality, but also have quite a degree of diversity. The number of clients is growing - always a healthy thing! - and the diversity between ...
I have a multi tenant ASP.NET MVC website and all client specific text is stored in resource files. Every time someone wants to change text I have to jump through hoops and fill out forms and let ...
What are the typical challenges that arise when converting a single-tenant app into a multitenant app? Security and data isolation strike me as the most significant. What are some others? I'm one of ...
Should I use one database per application or share a single database amongst multiple applications [closed]
I have multiple applications some that use data from the same sources. Is it best practice (or what are the pros/cons) to: leave the data in databases shared by multiple applications saves space ...