Mar. 28, 2016
The ability to have multiple databases is useful for companies who want to test their web applications separately from their desktop applications, for example. Using multiple databases is also useful for system integrators who need to test several customers' application portfolios at the same time. Typically every site uses a different database but all sites use the same AppDNA web site. When all sites use the same AppDNA web site, you need to upgrade all of the databases that they point at when you install a new version of AppDNA.
You can add or remove sites for the current AppDNA client machine and user.
To add a site
AppDNA creates a new site based on this database.
To remove a site
Deleting a site does not delete the associated database.
AppDNA connects to the default site. To change the default site:
To standardize on the site names and configuration across multiple AppDNA client machines and users, click Export on the Manage Sites toolbar to export the sites. Then send the exported file to the other AppDNA users and ask them to import it on their own machines (click Import on the Manage Sites toolbar).
When you export a site, AppDNA stores in an XML file the configuration settings of all sites listed.