changelog-sync Task

Marks all changesets as ran against the database. Useful when you have manually updated your database.

changelog-sync task examples

<liquibase:changelog-sync  changelog-file="/path/to/changeLog.xml">  
	<liquibase:database  driver="${db.driver}"  url="${db.url}"  user="${db.user}"  password="${db.pasword}"/>  

A basic implementation of the changelog sync task. Syncs the changelog file to the database.

<liquibase:database  id="my-database"  driver="${driver.classname}"  url="${jdbc.url}"  user="${username}"  password="${password}"/>  
<liquibase:changelog-sync  databaseRef="my-database"  changelog-file="/path/to/changeLog.xml"/>

Syncs the referenced database with the changesets found in the given changelog file.


Syncs the referenced database with the changesets found in the given changelog file.

Attribute Description Required
changelog-file The changelog file to run Yes
contexts A comma separated list of Contexts to execute. If not specified, all contexts are run. No
output-file If specified, Liquibase will save the update SQL statements to the specified file rather than executing them in the database. No
outputEncoding The character encoding to use when writing SQL statements to output file. No; defaults to system encoding.
promptOnNonLocalDatabase If set to true a dialog box with warn you if you attempt to run the Liquibase against a database that is not on localhost . No; default is false.
classpathref A reference to the classpath used to run the task with. No
databaseref A reference to the database that Liquibase will connect to. Yes, unless a nested <database> element is present.
driver Deprecated: Name of the database driver to connect with. No
url Deprecated: Use <database>'s url attribute instead. The database URL. No
username Deprecated:The database username to connect with. No
password Deprecated:The password to use when connecting to the database. No
defaultSchemaName Deprecated:Schema to use by default for managed database objects and Liquibase control tables. No
currentDateTimeFunction Deprecated: Overrides current date time function used in SQL. Useful for unsupported databases. No
databaseChangeLogTableName Deprecated: Overrides the name of the DATABASECHANGELOG table to use No
databaseChangeLogLockTableName Deprecated: Overrides the name of the DATABASECHANGELOGLOCK table to use No
log-level Deprecated: Specifies one of the following logging levels: debug, info, warning, severe, off. The default level is info. No

Parameters specified as nested elements


The classpath used to run the task with. Optional.


Required unless a databaseref attribute is given. See database data type.


Optional. See Substituting Properties in Changelogs