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  • Tobias Klika 101 posts 570 karma points c-trib
    Sep 13, 2014 @ 12:50
    Tobias Klika

    Use custom SQL tables in backoffice


    I am currently creating my first project in Umbraco 7.1.5 (typo3 before).

    My first question is: Why is all my custom content (therefore DocumentTypes) stored in one table? Isn't this bad for performance in case I have a lot of content? Why does Umbraco not create new tables for my content, such as: News, Products, Categories, ...

    And what I really want to know is, can I do this somehow?

    I am creating product listings in my website, and want to store the data in different tables (Products, Categories, Colors, Prices, ...). I need to import+export them to other systems and think this will make it a lot easier for me.

    How can I integrate this data in the backoffice for editing? Can't I attach all my properties to the specific property editors? And will I need Umbraco-specific additional fields?

    Thanks a lot, Tobi

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