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Flyway Desktop Projects for My PoC

In a previous post, I set up the basic databases for the PoC project I’m working on. In this next post, we’ll get the Flyway Desktop projects set up for the PoC. This is part of a series of working … Continue reading

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Using SQL Data Compare from the Command Line with a Project

SQL Data Compare (SDC) is a great way to sync data among tables. It’s a software utility analogous to SQL Compare, but working with data rather than schema. I had a customer ask recently about setting up a SDC project … Continue reading

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No Flyway Baseline No Migration

In my experiments with the Flyway CLI (fwcli), I’m finding some interesting behavior, some of which is catching my by surprise. This post looks at the baseline command and the issues with not having one. I also cover a naming … Continue reading

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Getting Started Connecting to a Database with Flyway

In a previous post, I got Flyway installed as a CLI utility (command line interface). This post will look at the first connection to a database. If you need to install Flyway on Windows, see my previous post. Concepts Flyway … Continue reading

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