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?
Pluging doesn't seems to be working fine with Netbeans 8.0.2 ???
This is first time i was using liquibase and thought of having and interface in Netbeans. Then found this plugin, but doesn't seems to be working.
Posted by ajeets on Apr 12, 2015