is there a reason why we wouldn't be able to just use a separate database for each sitefinity site on the same domain?
for example say our main site is www.oursite.com
, and we want to add subsites as site1.ourdomain.com and site2.ourdomain.com. can I just treat each of these sites as a separate sitefinity installation, but share the same license (since they're on the same top level domain)?
it seems like this would be the best way to avoid any kind of configuration and synchronization errors. In fact I can't imagine why you would want to put multiple sites in one db, unless you are limited to the number of dbs you can use by your host...
is that the only reason? is there a difference in performance by combining them into the same db as opposed to separating them?