It’s possible to configure SQL migrations on a per-script basis.
This is achieved by creating a script configuration file alongside the migration. The script configuration file name must match
the migration file name, with the
.conf suffix added.
For example, a migration file
V2__my_script.sql would have a script configuration file
Script config files have the following structure:
# Settings are simple key-value pairs key=value
# Manually determine whether or not to execute a migration in a transaction. This is useful for # databases like PostgreSQL and SQL Server where certain statements can only execute outside a transaction. executeInTransaction=false