Knowing where to store user data is tough. Many variables must be considered before making a final decision, and the choice itself is never easy. PPortalGuard offers two different options for storing user-specific data: the file system and an SQL backend. While the initial choice may be daunting, it really is a no-brainer when you think about it.
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