Liquibase 4.3 Released
This release includes many community-contributed pull requests and bug fixes as well as an enhanced Liquibase Hub integration with two new capabilities: optional auto-registration to Liquibase Hub from the CLI and Liquibase Hub report links presented in CLI. Liquibase Pro users will now enjoy certified support for MariaDB.
What’s in this release
Improvements & bug fixes for all users
Liquibase Community users will enjoy multiple enhancements and bug fixes. Here are some of the highlights:
HistoryCommandTestnow runs with systems with a non-US default locale (#1078)
SetColumnRemarkssupport for MySQL (#942)
- Implemented Boolean data type support for DB2 LUW (#966)
dropPrimaryKeychange function with a
dropIndexattribute is now available for XML users in the XSD file. (#1629)
See our Liquibase releases in GitHub for more detailed information.
We’d like to give a big thank you shoutout to the following community members for all of their contributions to this release:
Nikolas Falco, osganian, dm-ion, Michael Kindermann, Michael Hausl, Tsvi, Stephane, zyzyzy523, Andrea, Nathan
Liquibase Pro improvements
We are proud to offer certified support for MariaDB. This includes supporting and documenting Maria Oracle-compatible PL/SQL stored logic objects along with minimum GRANTs to leverage Liquibase Pro with MariaDB 10.4. Learn best practices using Liquibase Pro functionality with MariaDB.
You can try Liquibase Pro certified database support and advanced features free for 30 days. No credit card required. Start Trial >
Liquibase Hub integration updates
We’ve also made many improvements to Liquibase Hub, which is available at no cost for all users.
- It’s even easier to start using Liquibase Hub with auto-registration from the CLI.
- You’ll be able to easily access reports via a link in the CLI after running a command.
Learn more about auto-registration and Liquibase Hub report links presented in CLI.