Brightspot CMS Developer Guide

Aggregate database

Aggregate database allows you to use multiple databases concurrently. For example, a common database configuration for Brightspot projects is to use Solr with an SQL database implementation via AggregateDatabase. This configuration leverages MySQL’s faster primary key lookups and Solr’s superior text matching capabilities and compound-predicate query performance. For more information, see Database configuration.

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