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Last time I’ve shown how to run Liquibase changesets from Maven and I gave a forecast for an ASAP post about Liquibase and Java. Well, the as soon as possible is more than a month but finally I’m here to show you a simple way to integrate Liquibase in your java application.Continue reading
After a very big pause I’m back with the second part of the Liquibase introduction: how do we run the projects with maven. In this post I’ll take a look how to get maven to run our Liquibase change sets created in Part 1 of the Liquibase session on a (temporary) H2 database and as […]Continue reading
An alternative for jsFiddle is Plunker, where you can create code and then run it. Alternatively you can browse between the codes (called Plunks) added by other users. The difference to jsFiddle is here you can generate pre-defined workspaces/environments for your development and you have a file structure where you can add additional files and link […]Continue reading
I started this course in April (and I did not write barely any articles since) and now it’s at the end. So I thought I could write a review about the course — to help people interested in the topic if this course is for them or not.Continue reading
After a brief introduction into Liquibase I continue the topic with using this framework. There are many options to use Liquibase, I’ll show you some (command line, maven and Java execution) but feel free to look at the website of the tool to get a more detailed documentation of the usages.Continue reading
As told before, we’ll take a closer look at Liquibase, and create the database with this tool. The documentation at the website is very good, they have a lot of tutorials for all needs, so I’ll give you only a short introduction how to convert the showed SQL script to Liquibase, how to run the […]Continue reading