Posted 25 Feb 2020 by Nathan Voxland
You asked, and we listened! With the release of Liquibase 3.8.7, Liquibase Pro users will now have additional rollback capabilities. Users can now roll back an entire set of changes in an update, without affecting all the other changesets which followed it.
We even added a helper command
rollbackOneUpdateSQL, which will show you the SQL that will be used in the
You can now also receive command specific help for Targeted Rollback by typing in either
liquibase rollbackOneUpdate --help or
liquibase rollbackOneUpdateSql --help.
Liquibase 3.8.7 also continues our initiative to re-engage with our users by bringing new bug fixes to our Liquibase platform. For both Liquibase Community and Liquibase Pro users, the following bugs were fixed in version 3.8.7:
--helpwas improved to include missing commands and correct information.
All Liquibase users should also check out our continually improving documentation. For this release, you’ll find the new Targeted Rollback documentation 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.