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Philip Liddell

27 October 2020

Philip Liddell

27 October 2020

Flyway 7.1.0 Released

Flyway 7.1.0 is out! This release contains new features and improvements over Flyway 7.0.0. Highlights Support pgpass for authentication Allow for filtering info output by date or version Allow arbitrary script callbacks Allow number of lock retries to be configured You can find a detailed list of the changes in the release notes. Filtering info output Flyway […] Read more

Philip Liddell

16 October 2020

Philip Liddell

16 October 2020

Skip Executing Migrations Examples

As you’ve likely seen we recently released Flyway 7.0.0, containing a lot of new features (read more about what features are available in the blog post). One of the new features is the new Flyway Teams configuration parameter skipExecutingMigrations. This configuration parameter changes migrate to skip executing the contents of the migrations during a flyway migrate or flyway undo, instead just updating the […] Read more

Philip Liddell

25 June 2020

Philip Liddell

25 June 2020

Flyway 6.5.0 Released

Flyway 6.5.0 is out! This release contains new features and improvements over Flyway 6.4.0. Highlights You can now set a property to disable automatic schema creation You can now configure script encoding on a per-script bases You can now provide your own ResourceProvider and ClassProvider in the api You can find a detailed list of the […] Read more

Organising your Migrations

In Flyway 6.4.0 we introduced a new feature, support for wildcards in the locations. With this feature a new set of solutions to organizing your migration files has now become available. In this post we hope to detail some of them, to aid the users of Flyway in deciding the solution that best suits their environment. Wildcards […] Read more

Philip Liddell

19 March 2020

Philip Liddell

19 March 2020

Timestamps and Repeatable Migrations

In Flyway 6.3.0 we introduced a new feature. The ability to use the ${flyway:timestamp} placeholder (See Placeholders for more details). This placeholder will insert the current date in the format yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss as its value. Now, this has some very obvious uses such as storing the date a migration was executed into your database. However, there is something more complex you […] Read more

Philip Liddell

5 March 2020

Philip Liddell

5 March 2020

Flyway 6.3.0 Released

Flyway 6.3.0 is out! This release contains new features and improvements over Flyway 6.2.0. Highlights The highlights of the features introduced since the 6.2.0 release include: New in Flyway 6.3.0 Add a loadDefaultConfigurationFiles method to the api to load flyway.conf files from the default locations Add working directory support to the clients that didn’t already have it Add support for […] Read more