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No support for MySql – yet

December 21st, 2006 by admin

There may of been some mis-communication on my part in previous posts refering to dbdeploy. To clarify, there is currently no support for MySql, however adding support for another database is trivial. It is on our todo list, but if you want to lend a hand, sign up to the mailing lists and drop us a line.

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  1. Rick

    My organization uses the Teradata RDBMS (http://www.teradata.com/t/page/156360/index.html) and IBM Rational ClearCase for version control. I’m evaluating a variety of database refactoring and continuous integration solutions and I’m highly interested in integrating dbdeploy into our evolving database change management methodology. In this post you mention that adding support for another database is trivial, so is it possible to add support for the Teradata RDBMS? Does dbdeploy v2.11 support ANSI SQL? Is it possible that the dbdeploy v2.11 will work with the Teradata JDBC driver if I manually create the SchemaVersionTable on Teradata and use the dbms=mysql option? Thanks for sharing the dbdeploy solution with the DBA community!

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