Two JIRA instances, two separate databases, same schema name - problems?

I have two servers running JIRA - jiraprod and jiratest. For prod I have a jiradb, for test I have a jiratestdb. They are both set up on the same SQL server with separate databases. I also have two users set up in their respective databases - one for prod and one for test. But the name of the schema is the same for both. The test server is down currently, and I plan to bring it up. Will it cause issues having the same schema name?Or is the separation enough since they have different SQL logins and different databases?

Logic tells me it won't cause issues - different users, different databases. But I'm still concerned, and would feel better to hear from someone who's done this successfully.

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As long as it is a separate DB, there shouldn't be any issues at all.

Excellent. That was kind of what I thought. Thanks!

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