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The JDBC plugin partial deploy support allows for deploying File and Folder type objects. This page explains the two These links explain the three types and their attributes. This functionality became available in the 4.5.1 release.

Object Types

  1. DB Objects

DB (Database) type objects model sql files that are stored in SCM. They are used to copy sql files from an SCM to a filesystem on an endpoint where they are executed by JDBC. DB type objects can be sourced only from an SCM. They cannot be created manually. No attributes are required.

Subfolders to the final target location of the sql files are created by the plugin as long as the endpoint user has sufficient privileges.

Attributes

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Name

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Description

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Default Value

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This is the location where the file will be placed. Property replacement will be performed on the value.

If blank, the file will be copied into FD_TEMP_DIR. If the default is used, but the SQL Root Target Folder project property is left blank, then the file will be copied into FD_TEMP_DIR.

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Other Objects

Other objects type objects model non-sql files that are stored in SCM. They are used to copy files that are stored with sql files from an SCM to a filesystem on an endpoint.Optionally they can have property replacement performed on the,. They cannot be created manually. No attributes are required.

Attributes

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Name

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Description

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Default Value

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This is the location where the file will be placed. Property replacement will be performed on the value.

If blank, the folder will be created in FD_TEMP_DIR. If the default is used, but the Other Root Target Folder project property is left blank, then the folder will be created in FD_TEMP_DIR.

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  1. Data Fixes
  2. Other Objects