LiquiBase Database Refactoring
LiquiBase Database Refactoring Plug-in for IntelliJ IDEA.
Adds a "Refactor" context menu to DBHelper's database explorer so you can refactor your database as easily as you refactor code.
All database refactorings you make are automatically saved to a changelog file which can then be ran against other developers, QA, and production databases.
LiquiBase is a database-independent library that is designed to manage changes in a way that works well with multiple developers and code branching/merging.
For more information, see http://www.liquibase.org/ide/intellij
Requires DBHelper plugin.
Full documentation URL: http://www.liquibase.org/ide/intellij
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Recent change notes:18.104.22.168: Bug fixes
22.214.171.124: Bug fixes
126.96.36.199: New 1.9 LiquiBase functionality
188.8.131.52: New 1.8 functionality
184.108.40.206: Re-tried recompiled with Java 1.5 for Mac users
220.127.116.11: Recompiled with Java 1.5 for Mac users
18.104.22.168: New 1.7 functionality
22.214.171.124: Initial 1.5 IntelliJ release
126.96.36.199: Bug fixes in LiquiBase core library
188.8.131.52: Initial 1.5 IntelliJ release
184.108.40.206: Bug fixes
220.127.116.11: Bug fixes
18.104.22.168: Added help documentation, bug fixes
22.214.171.124: Fixed bug in plugin deployment
126.96.36.199: Added additional refactorings and wizard validation
General usage instructions:The LiquiBase IDEA Plug-in builds on top of the DBHelper plug-in to allow database refactoring and change management.
Once installed, a "Refactor" and a "LiquiBase" menu are added to the DBHelper menu.
The Refactor menu allows you to modify the database and the changes are saved to a change log file.
The LiquiBase menu allows you to operate on the database including updating and rolling back changes, generating documentation, and more.
For full documentation on LiquiBase in general, and the plug-in in particular, see http://www.liquibase.org.