Placeholders come in very handy in Flyway, but troubleshooting the SQL migration and callback scripts that use them can be tricky. This articles demonstrates how to develop, test and debug these scripts in a tool designed for these tasks, such as SSMS, leaving Flyway to do what it's designed for, which is running the scripts.
In this article we look at how to install SQL Server and Oracle using PowerShell to create development environments using Windows Containers.
Learn how to connect your Synapse workspace to a Git repository.
Crowdsourcing is one way to get a job done. In this article, Devyani Borade describes crowdsourcing quality testing of software.
Often, we want to test the new version of a database, produced by a Flyway migration, before committing the new migration file, or to test the same migration run on a number of different databases. This article demonstrates how to do it, by generating and using JSON parameter files to run a series of Flyway actions on any number of databases, on any number of servers.
The next level of the Stairway to Integration Services looks at how you can execute your package.