Liquibase 3.8.4 Released, Corrects Spring Boot Error in Pro

Posted 23 Dec 2019 by Nathan Voxland

Liquibase 3.8.4 Released, Corrects Spring Boot Error in Pro

Liquibase 3.8.4 is now available here through Liquibase.org. The 3.8.4 release is also available on GitHub. Here’s a closer look at what’s included in the latest release.

Liquibase 3.8.4 Overview

Liquibase 3.8.4 Fix for Liquibase Pro Spring Boot Error

Previously, running a Spring Boot application while using Liquibase 3.8.0+ in Java 9+ caused errors. With the release of Liquibase 3.8.4, users can now use primary workflows with embedded Liquibase cases.

Bug Fixes

For both Liquibase Community and Liquibase Pro users, the following bugs were fixed in version 3.8.4:

  • Fixed a ‘Class not Found’ exception error when using Java +9.
  • Fixed a ‘Cannot Use Default Schema Name’ error when users diff against an SQL Server snapshot file.
  • Fixed an ‘Unexpected type: java.util.Date’ error when using a defaultValueDate attribute in a YAML changelog.
  • Improved datetime type handling in SQL Server. Liquibase now preserves types and prevents unexpected behaviors.

Documentation

All Liquibase users should also check out our continually improving documentation. For this release, there are several pages with brand new video content! Check them out here:

You can also see our growing library of videos and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Full Liquibase documentation is available at http://www.liquibase.org/documentation/index.html.