Liquibase 3.8.9 Released
Liquibase 3.8.9 is now available through Liquibase.org. We’re continuing to improve everyone’s experience with Liquibase by fixing some bugs and improving existing features.
Bug Fixes & Improvements
For both Liquibase Open Source and Pro users, we made the following improvements:
- Fixed an issue with how Liquibase handles SMALLINT columns in PostgreSQL when generating a changelog.
- Improved generateChangeLog command to assume a diffTypes that includes “data” when the dataOutputDirectory parameter is used. Most users looking to export data as part of generateChangeLog can now simply use the dataOutputDirectory parameter without needing to specify diffTypes.
- Enabled the use of the –schemas parameter to work on either side of the snapshot command.
- Enabled generateChangeLog in PostgreSQL to correctly order create, function, and trigger statements.
- Improved the use of dblink objects when using diff command.
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- Contribute code
- Make doc updates
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- Answer Liquibase questions on Stack Overflow
- Share how you and your team use Liquibase in a blog and share it. If you want to contribute directly to our blog, reach out to us on social and we’ll work together to post it.
Liquibase Delivers Enhancements to Observability and Commercial Support for MongoDB in Liquibase Pro 4.21.1
We are pleased to announce the release of Liquibase Pro 4.21.1. With major enhancements to Liquibase’s observability and logging capabilities, commercial support for