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What Is The Difference Between Liquibase and SQL Injection?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Liquibase is a database change management system for software developers, DBAs, and data architects. It provides an easy-to-use platform for managing both relational and non-relational databases. Liquibase offers change tracking, versioning, and branching, so you can have multiple versions of your production schema with different changes applied on each branch. SQL Injection SQL injection is a type of attack where the attacker inserts malicious SQL Continue Reading

Flyway vs Liquibase

Reading Time: 2 minutes Introduction There are two open source-based tools for database version control Liquibase and Flyway. These are popular options for organizing database changes and database versioning, deploying changes when they need to be deployed, and tracking what’s been deployed. Those who have ever developed any software will tell you, you shouldn’t develop application code without version control and also same is true for database code. So, Continue Reading

Introduction to Liquibase – A Better Database Change Management Tool

Reading Time: 3 minutes Liquibase is a database change operation tool designed to help you manage changes in your colorful databases as you move from development, test, and production env. It works by storing all the changes that have been made to a given database in one file i.e called a changelog. You can also load up the changelog on a new database and apply all of those changes Continue Reading

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Features of Liquibase

Reading Time: 3 minutes With Liquibase, you can specify the database modification you desire using SQL or a number of other database-independent forms, such as XML, YAML, and JSON. It is incredibly simple for developers to submit updates to many database types by abstracting the database logic. How does Liquibase work? The changeLog file is how Liquibase functions most frequently. One or more changeSets are contained in this text Continue Reading

Managing database schema with Liquibase

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Liquibase? First, Liquibase is an open-source database schema change management tool that makes it simple for you to handle database change revisions. How Does Liquibase Work? Regardless of your database platform, changes are defined in a platform-neutral language. In essence, you maintain a running list of modifications. And, Liquibase uses its execution engine to make those modifications for you. It requires the appropriate Continue Reading

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Liquibase with Spring Boot

Reading Time: 3 minutes The purpose of this blog is to show you the process of using Liquibase as a piece of your Spring Boot workflow. Springboot makes it easy to create standalone, production-maven Spring-based applications. Introduction Liquibase is an open-source database that has an independent library for tracking, managing, and applying database schema changes. Liquibase was started in 2006 and it is used to allow easier tracking of database changes, especially in an agile software Continue Reading

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Liquibase: Database change management

Reading Time: 3 minutes Liquibase is one of the most protean tools for database migration. It operates on almost all SQL database outlets. So whether you use MySQL, SQL Garçon, Oracle, Firebird, or a combination of these or any other common database platforms, it’s got you covered. It also runs in any CI/ CD channel so long as you can run Java, install the connectors, and connect to your databases. This Continue Reading

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Database Versioning with Spring Boot and Liquibase

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Liquibase Liquibase is an open-source database-independent library for tracking, managing, and applying database schema changes. Basically, it works with various types of databases and supports various file formats for defining the database structure. The feature that is probably most useful in Liquibase is its ability to roll changes back and forward from a specific point and save you from needing to know what was the last Continue Reading

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Introduction to Liquibase

Reading Time: 2 minutes Overview Liquibase allows you to specify desired database changes using SQL and several other database-independent formats such as XML, YAML, and JSON. Developers can abstract database code to make the propagation of changes to different database types much more accessible. Before you start, If you don’t have a Liquibase account, create your Liquibase Hub account first. Download and extract Liquibase Download Liquibase. Run the installer or extract the downloaded files. Open a terminal to view your new directory: Configure Continue Reading

Getting started with Liquibase

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Liquibase is an open-source tool. It is used for tracking, managing, and applying database schema changes. It works across different types of databases and supports various file formats for defining the database structure. The feature that is most attractive in Liquibase is its ability to roll changes back and forward from a specific point. In any application, if you change any tables for any requirements and if Continue Reading

How to integrate Liquibase into your application

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Hi everyone! Today we’ll be discussing about how you can integrate Liquibase into your application so that it automatically updates your database. That is especially interesting when you build smaller applications that don’t run in a highly regulated enterprise environment. In these situations, it’s often not possible to run the update process yourself. And there might be no operations team which executes the SQL Continue Reading

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Liquibase : Getting started with Version Based Database Migration

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hi everyone, today in this blog we are going to talk about version-based database migration With Liquibase. Introduction Creating the database for your application seems to be easy. As long as you don’t need to support multiple versions or work in a huge team. You just generate an SQL script from your database model. Or in the worst case, export the required statements from your Continue Reading