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back-ndb vs back-sql for exposing one MySQL db?
Here's a quick question, if you need to expose one MySQL db as LDAP for example, using the existing db that has customer records in it and a 3rd party application can look up via LDAP, do you use bog standard back-sql or back-ndb just use one db, as it looks easier to setup?
Going by Howards talk at UKUUG 2009:
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