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Flyway

Homepage

http://code.google.com/p/flyway/

Latest release

1.7 (10/07/2012)

Developed by

Licenses

Apache 2.0

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Tags

  • sql

  • db migration

  • java

Description

The agile database migration framework for Java

  • It just works - Refreshingly simple. Migrate from any version (incl. an empty database) to the latest version of the schema.
  • Automatic migration on startup - Ship migrations together with the application and run them automatically on startup using the API.
  • Convention Over Configuration - Classpath Scanning to automatically discover Sql and Java migrations
  • Plain Old Sql - SQL scripts for regular migrations (incl. placeholder replacement). No proprietary XML formats, no lock-in.
  • No limits - Java classes for advanced migrations
  • Highly reliable - Safe for cluster environments (Multiple machines can migrate in parallel)
  • Build tool support - Maven plugin and Ant tasks for migrating manually
  • Not only for Java - Command-line tool for non-JVM users and environments without Maven
  • Fail fast - Inconsistent database or failed migration prevents app from starting.
  • Schema Clean - Drop all tables, views, triggers, ... from a schema without dropping the schema itself
 

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8.8
andrew.scherpbier

I've used FlyWay for several projects and it has always worked flawlessly.  I have only used it in combination with JPA and PostgreSQL.

The only gripe I have with it is that it is unable to "clear" the schema if there are lots of constraints on the tables.  This makes unit testing more difficult.

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