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Multi-Tenancy System With Separate Databases in MVC

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3 Oct 2017CPOL5 min read
Creating a multi-tenancy system where each tenants data is stored in a separate database, using ASP.NET MVC

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Gavin Coates
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United Kingdom United Kingdom
Gavin Coates is a software developer from Southwest Scotland. Gavin works primarily with web based technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET. Gavin also has experience of developing industrial control systems using ICONICS, Modbus and OPC technologies. Gavin also also an aviation enthusiast, and loves to travel.

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