Liquiface - plugin detail
GUI for Liquibase
|2013-07-26 08:34:58||jkovalsky||Plugin published|
|2013-07-25 09:53:43||titiwcs||Plugin edited, id:49917, pubid:49917|
|2013-07-25 09:53:43||titiwcs||Plugin edit initiated|
|2013-07-25 09:53:07||titiwcs||Plugin edited, id:49917, pubid:49917|
|2013-07-25 09:53:07||titiwcs||Plugin edit initiated|
|2013-07-25 09:49:55||titiwcs||Plugin saved with .nbm/zip file; id: 49917||
Download size: 3.36 MB
Last Update: 2013-07-25
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A few years ago we had a FedEx day project in mind when we had an idea:
“We've been using Liquibase at our
company for a while but until now changelog files were edited manually.
It would be good to support the
maintenance of changelog files by a graphical interface. And if we're already using NetBeans, it is convenient to have this graphical interface accessed from within NetBeans.”
What is Liquibase?
Liquibase is a database version tracking tool. In principle: "We never develop a code without version control. Then why not to do this in database development?” Liquibase was developed in Java with an open-source code. Database modifications are registered in xml
(changelog) files. The database itself
stores which changes have already been run on it. Liquibase on the one hand is a program that can be run to apply the changes on a selected database, while on the other hand it also provides a Java API to manage database modifications. Currently it does not have a graphic interface, and that is exactly what we are working on right now.
Why is it called Liquiface?
If it is a GUI (Graphical User InterFace) to Liquibase, i.e. the "face of Liquibase", what else could we call it?
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