Maven rollbackOneUpdateSQL

rollbackOneUpdateSQL is a helper goal that allows you to inspect the SQL Liquibase will run to revert all changesets associated with the deploymentID specified when using the rollbackOneUpdate goal. It is only available for Liquibase Pro users.

Uses

rollbackOneUpdateSQL is typically used when you want to inspect the raw SQL that Liquibase uses to revert all changesets associated with a specified deploymentId when you run the rollbackOneUpdate command, so you don't unintentionally make a mistake.

Maven configuration

Liquibase Maven can be configured in multiple ways. One way is to define your Liquibase configuration properties in your pom.xml file. To configure your pom.xml file, refer to Configuring Liquibase Attributes in your Maven POM File. If your pom.xml does not reference a liquibase.properties file, include <ProLicenseKey>specify your Liquibase Pro license key here</ProLicenseKey> to the pom.xml file.

Running the rollbackOneUpdateSQL Maven goal

Before running the rollbackOneUpdateSQL goal, you can get the deploymentId of the deployment you want to revert by running the history goal:

mvn liquibase:history

Note: If you don’t specify the deploymentId, by default, Liquibase Pro will look up the most recent deploymentId from the DATABASECHANGELOG table and use it for the rollback.

Next, run the rollbackOneUpdateSQL goal, with your information:

mvn liquibase:rollbackOneUpdateSQL -Dliquibase.deploymentId=6408658154

Note: Enter the name of the deploymentId that you want to use in place of 6408658154. For more information, run mvn liquibase:help -Ddetail=true -Dgoal=rollbackOneUpdateSQL.

rollbackOneUpdateSQL required Maven configuration attributes

Attribute

Definition
liquibase.deploymentId Specifies the update your want to rollback. A list of updates with changesets grouped by their deploymentId can be found by using the history goal.
liquibase.force Specifies a required flag, which indicates you intend to run rollbackOneUpdate.
liquibase.liquibaseProLicenseKey Specifies your Liquibase Pro license key.

rollbackOneUpdateSQL optional Maven configuration attributes

Attribute Definition
liquibase.changeLogDirectory Specifies the directory where Liquibase can find your changelog file.
liquibase.changeLogFile Specifies the changelog file for Liquibase to use.
liquibase.changelogCatalogName Specifies the catalog Liquibase will use to create your changelog tables.
liquibase.changelogSchemaName Specifies the schema Liquibase will use to create your changelog tables.
liquibase.clearCheckSums [boolean] Forces checksums to be cleared from the DATABASECHANGELOG table. Default value is: false.
liquibase.contexts Specifies which contexts Liquibase will execute, which can be separated by a comma if multiple contexts are required. If a context is not specified, then all contexts will be executed.
liquibase.databaseChangeLogLockTableName Specifies the table name to use for the DATABASECHANGELOGLOCK table.
liquibase.databaseChangeLogTableName Specifies the table name to use for the DATABASECHANGELOG table.
liquibase.databaseClass Specifies the database object class.
liquibase.defaultCatalogName Specifies the default catalog name to use for the database connection.
liquibase.defaultSchemaName Specifies the default schema name to use for the database connection.
liquibase.driver Specifies the driver class name to use for the database connection.
driverPropertiesFile Specifies the location of a JDBC connection properties file which contains properties the driver will use.
liquibase.emptyPassword [boolean] Deprecated. Use an empty or null value for the password instead. Default value is: false.
expressionVariables Specifies a map-based collection of changelog properties to apply.
expressionVars Specifies a property-based collection of changelog properties to apply.
liquibase.includeArtifact [boolean] Includes a Maven project artifact in the class loader which obtains the liquibase.properties file and changelog files. Default value is: true.
liquibase.includeTestOutputDirectory [boolean] Includes the Maven test output directory in the class loader which obtains the liquibase.properties file and changelog files. Default value is: true.
liquibase.labels Specifies which labels Liquibase will execute, which can be separated by a comma if multiple labels are required or you need to designate a more complex expression. If a label is not specified, then all labels will be executed.
liquibase.outputDefaultCatalog [boolean] Specifies whether to ignore the catalog or database name. Default value is: false.
liquibase.outputDefaultSchema [boolean] Specifies whether to ignore the schema name. Default value is: false.
liquibase.outputFile Specifies the path to the generated SQL output file.
liquibase.outputFileEncoding Indicates that you want to set the character encoding of the output file during the updateSQL phase.
liquibase.password Specifies the database password for the database connection.
liquibase.promptOnNonLocalDatabase [boolean] Controls whether users are prompted before executing changesets to a non-local database. Default value is: true.
liquibase.propertyFile Specifies the liquibase.properties file you want to use to configure Liquibase.
liquibase.propertyFileWillOverride [boolean] Indicates that you want the liquibase.properties file to override any settings provided in the Maven plugin configuration. By default, if a property is explicitly specified, it is not overridden if it also appears in the properties file. Default value is: false.
liquibase.propertyProviderClass Specifies the property provider which must be a java.util.Properties implementation.
liquibase.rollbackScript Specifies the path to a rollback script.
liquibase.server Specifies the server ID in the Maven settings.xml to use when authenticating.
liquibase.skip [boolean] Specifies whether to skip running Liquibase. The use of this parameter is not recommended but can be used when needed. Default value is: false.
systemProperties Specifies a list of system properties you want to pass to the database.
liquibase.url Specifies the database URL you want to use to execute Liquibase.
liquibase.username Specifies the database username for the database connection.
liquibase.verbose [boolean] Controls the amount of output detail when you call the plugin. Default value is: false.