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A schema of a database system is its structure described in a formal language supported by the database management system (DBMS) and refers to the organization of data to create a blueprint of how a database will be constructed (divided into database tables).

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Read this paper: Multi-Tenant Data Architecture. It goes at length on the pros and cons of 3 possible approaches (tenant ID in each table, schema per tenant, database per tenant). This approach is … significant drawback of the separate-schema approach is that tenant data is harder to restore in the event of a failure. If each tenant has its own database, restoring a single tenant's data means …
answered Mar 21 '16 by Remus Rusanu
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schema changes, so you would use the very wrong tool for the job. What you describe is a a problem of change control, not replicaiton. You should approach it as such. My favourite approach is described …
answered Dec 14 '11 by Remus Rusanu
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Apples and Oranges. Roles are roles and schemas are schemas. The fact that there is a role called db_accessadmin and also a schema called db_accessadmin does not mean a role is a schema nor that a … schema is a role. Roles are security membership containers, a principal is member of a role. Schemas contain database schema bound objects and are owned by a principal. When you create a new user you …
answered Feb 22 '13 by Remus Rusanu