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Grails - A Quick Start Guide - Question

Sergio Rossini
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Joined: May 20, 2009
Posts: 6
I want to know how we can use more than one data source with mapping domain groovy classes.

I saw plugins for this purpose but they didn't work.

If we can get this configuration only with plugins, is there something like that in future versions of Grails?

Grails is awesome and my only difficult is described above.
Dave Klein
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Joined: Aug 29, 2007
Posts: 77
Hi Sergio,

The Datasources plugin is the only solution that I've heard of for this issue. If you've tried that and had problems, I would encourage you to write to the Grails mailing list. The author of that plugin is one of the most helpful people on that list.

Dave
 
 
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