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I have a complicated core data icloudkit requirement for my app

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I have a complicated core data icloudkit requirement for my app

The app requires two cloud containers

1st one ( will be shared with my other apps. The database can be a private database. which I plan to use core data + icloudkit (NSPersistentCloudKitContainer)

2nd icloud container ( which will be only used by one app, it has two databases (the public and the private database share the same schema) public database includes the built in content I plan to use regular icloudkit to access the data private database includes the user created content which I plan to use NSPersistentCloudkitCountainer)

So do I need three database containers with two different icloud container identifiers ?

Do I need to create two models one to manage the students and another one is to manage user created content?

How can I creat the store description for coredata icloudkit to access the different database containers?

I am new to swift and cloudkit and core data.



I'm struggling with it myself at the moment.
I've found a useful post explaining Cloudkit with a demo project: Cloudkit 101

Maybe it helps you


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