Is there a way to create multiple databases in Eventstore? I mean is it possible to create 2 different databases in Eventstore. The think that I want to do is that I will read all events from one database and write them to another databases in eventstore as .NET client.
I want this because I have to migration to my eventstore database. Also I have to change all events type name from my old event store. When I searched some articles the peoples says that I can use copy and transform techniques. With this techniques can I read my old events and modified them. After that I will write them to the new eventstore database.
Do you think this is good approach? Is there any way to change events type name? Alsa anyone know about copy and transformation techniques because I find nothing about this technique. How can I do that.
I will be appricate if you help me
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