Joao Prado Maia wrote:
> You are supposed to import those users from your existing customer
> database into Eventum. [...]
> Yes, authentication still works against the Eventum user table.
I must still be missing something, because the point of having a
customer database is to centralize customer data. But this only works
if the entire database of customers is duplicated and then somehow kept
in sync (add users, drop users, email changes, password changes)? That
seems very anti-RDBMS.
I guess one could do a nasty workaround by telling Eventum to use a view
into the "real" customer database instead of its own table for its user
info, but MySQL 5.0 is not GA so that's out.
What is the next-best workaround?