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Maven Repository: esql » postgresql » jdbc4
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. File name output of the Logger, if set, the Logger will use a FileHandler to write to a specified file. Long-term postgreaql in agile software projects using Java enterprise technologies. I added the 9. For information on how to contribute to the project see the Contributing Guidelines.
As with the command-line version of Flyway information on executing the Migrations is printed out. Snapshot builds builds from master branch are also deployed to Maven Central, so you can test current development version test some bugfix using:.
Thus it is not really surprising there is a PlugIn for Flyway as well.
Still there are a few things to mention though. Interested in test automation tools and concepts. First of the version of the Maven PlugIn should match the version of the command-line installation of Flyway. As ofthe numbering for the JDBC driver from jdbc. In this case a local installation of the command-line tool might not be needed at all.
Email Required, but never shown. The first part showing 92. installation, basic concepts and a sample project can be found from here. Sign up using Facebook. As any other PlugIn it can be included to the Maven pom. We had someone working on automating the PgJDBC releases to Central using maven-ant-tasks, but they seeem to have vanished. This answer is now outdated; the jars have been released to maven postgrewql the groupid org. Executing Migrations using Maven is nothing that is really required to work successfully with Flyway.
Read the History of Changes for reference of previous versions. Neither are the versions 9. There is a newer file called “postgresql The sample project introduced in the first blog post of this series does also include the proper Maven mavfn. Everybody wants this, but it’s very hard to find people willing to spend any time actually improving the JDBC driver and its release processes.