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Persisting Multiple Controls Across Applications

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Marbry
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Marbry asked on 21 Oct 2016, 04:15 PM

We have multiple applications that are separate but related.

Each application has multiple instances of controls that we would like to persist the state for in SQL.

When storing this is it just using the control ID to uniquely identify the settings for that particular control?

Essentially, do I need to worry about naming collisions across applications and store a separate record for each application?

Obviously this will inform the table schema and the implementation of the provider that are needed.

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Kostadin
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answered on 26 Oct 2016, 10:50 AM
Hello Marbry,

Generally you need set a unique StorageProviderKey for each PersistenceManager control in your application. Another possible solution is to use PersistenceManagerProxy where  you can specify a UniqueKey to each instance of the control.

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