So without further ado, please welcome Flyway 3.2! The hightlights of this release are:
The first and most important one is that Flyway Command-line now ships with a JRE
Why is this important? With the bundled JDBC drivers added in Flyway 3.1 and now the Java Runtime Environment, Flyway Command-line now has zero required external dependencies. All you need to do to get started is unpack the distribution, configure your database connection, add your first SQL migration files and off you go. Getting started has never been easier!
The other improvement we made is the ability to easily share an installation. Flyway will now by
default also look for a
flyway.conf file in the current directory. And all relative paths are now
to the current directory as well. This is great for server environments, where one read-only installation of the
distribution can then be shared by many projects.
Last but not least, we also added a
-q switch to only output errors and warnings.
Special thanks to Michael Forstner for contributing this!
On projects working with Spring's XML configuration, JavaBean-style property access is the way to go. In the past, Flyway has overloaded a number of accessors, making this harder than it should have been. This has now been fixed. As of Flyway 3.2, all properties are configurable using JavaBean-style accessors as used by Spring XML. As usual, Flyway makes things easy and the old methods have first been deprecated to ensure a smooth migration path. They will only be removed in 4.0
<bean id="flyway" class="org.flywaydb.core.Flyway" init-method="migrate"> <property name="dataSource" ref="..."/>
<property name="baselineVersion" value="..."/><property name="baselineVersionAsString" value="..."/> ... </bean>
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This release packs in many more small improvements and bug fixes across the board.
Enjoy the release and grab it while it's hot!
All users are encouraged to upgrade.
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