partialJdbcDeploy

Executes a group of sql files and copies "Other" files to specified destinations from a package created by the partialJdbcBuild operation. See the appendix for information about the project file attributes.

Please note that the statements in the SQL files must be delimited properly.

The SQL Databases supported  by the parser are:

  • Oracle 10g+
    • Using statement delimiter of ;
    • PL/SQL blocks starting with DECLARE or BEGIN and finishing with END; /
  • MySql 5.1+
  • PostgreSql 9.0+ 
  • Derby 10.8.2.2+
  • SAP HANA
  • SQL Server 2008+
  • MariaDB 10.0+
  • Vertica 6.5+
  • H2 1.2.137+
  • solidDB 6.5+
  • SQL Azure
  • DB2 9.7+
  • AWS Redshift
  • Hsql 1.8+
  • Sybase ASE12.5+
  • SQLite 3.7.2+
  • DB2 z/OS 9.1+
  • EnterpriseDB 9.4+
  • Phoenix 4.2.2+
  • Greenplum 4.3+

No JDBC drivers are included in the plugin, so the path to one is required (FDJDBC_DRIVER_PATH).

Environment/Instance Properties

Property Name

Property Code

Required

Description

JDBC URL

FDJDBC_URL

Yes

The JDBC URL of the database.

JDBC User

FDJDBC_USER

No

The username that will be used to connect with.

JDBC Password

FDJDBC_PASSWORD

No

The password of the username.

JDBC Driver Path

FDJDBC_DRIVER_PATH

Yes

Classpath for locating the JDBC Driver (e.g. for Weblogic - {ORACLE_HOME}/oracle_common/modules/oracle.jdbc_11.2.0/ojdbc6.jar).

Project Properties

Property Name

Property Code

Required

Description

Ignore Failure DefaultFDJDBC_IGNORE_FAILURE_DEFAULTNoWhen populating or evaluating files, set the Ignore SQL Compilation Errors attribute to true for files with these extensions (e.g. .tbl,.idx). This property sets the default attribute value for populated project files, and does not impact the deployment behavior of existing project files (unless explicitly re-evaluated to pick up the default).
FDJDBC_IGNORE_COM_ERR_EXT_DEFNo

When populating or evaluating files, set Ignore Failure to true for files with these extensions (.pks, .pkb). This property sets the default attribute value for populated project files, and does not impact the deployment behavior of existing project files (unless explicitly re-evaluated to pick up the default).

For Oracle database, plugin will print errors from USER_ERRORS or DBA_ERRORS for the object being deployed. (@since 5.1.0.1). This support was modified slightly in 5.1.0.3 to read errors from USER_ERRORS first and then read from DBA_ERRORS if nothing found, previously it read from one or the other depending on if schema is coded in SQL statement. 

Property Replacement DefaultFDJDBC_PROPERTY_REPLACEMENT_DEFAULTNoWhen populating or evaluating files, default Property Replacement to this. This property sets the default attribute value for populated project files, and does not impact the deployment behavior of existing project files (unless explicitly re-evaluated to pick up the default).
SQL Root Target FolderFDJDBC_SQL_ROOT_TARGET_FOLDERNoThe path to store the delivered Sql files. Sql files will be run from here. Leave blank to run them from the FD_TEMP_DIR.
Other Root Target FolderFDJDBC_OTHER_ROOT_TARGET_FOLDERNoThe path to store the delivered Other files. Leave blank to store them in the FD_TEMP_DIR.
Retry Count DefaultFDJDBC_RETRY_COUNT_DEFAULTNoWhen populating or evaluating files, default the Retry Count to the specified value (0-5). This property sets the default attribute value for populated project files, and does not impact the deployment behavior of existing project files (unless explicitly re-evaluated to pick up the default).

SQL Extension Order

FDJDBC_SQL_EXTENSIONS

No

The order of sql extensions that you want to use when populating and sorting files. Files should be sorted as needed at or before build time.

Defaults to "seq,tbl,idx,typ,tps,tpb,sql,pkh,plb,pks,pkb,pls,pck,fnc,trg,spc,bdy,prc"

Project File IncludesFD_PARTIAL_FILE_INCLUDESNoControls files included in Project Files during populate. Enter expressions separated by ##. Leave empty to select all files. Begin or end the expression with * for simple wildcards. Otherwise, regex is used (e.g. /java/*##*.java##*person*##/java/.*[tT]est.*\.java).  
Project File ExcludesFD_PARTIAL_FILE_EXCLUDESNoControls files excluded from Project Files during populate. Enter expressions separated by ##. Leave empty to select all files. Begin or end the expression with * for simple wildcards. Otherwise, regex is used (e.g. /java/*##*.java##*person*##/java/.*[tT]est.*\.java).

Inputs

Input Name

Input Code

Required

Description

Run DestructiveFDJDBC_INP_RUN_DESTRUCTIVE

No

This option allows destructive statements to be run. See Special Considerations below.

Show DBMS OutputFDJDBC_INP_SHOW_DBMS_OUTNo

No Print DBMS Output in the log. Only supported for Oracle Database.

@Since 4.6.0.4

Show SQLFDJDBC_INP_PRINT_SQLNo

Print SQL statement in log.

@Since 4.6.0.4

Outputs

Output Name

Required

Description




Artifacts

This operation consumes packages of files created by the partialJdbcBuild operation.

Endpoint Selection

This operation will select all available endpoints associated to the environment/instance.

Endpoint Execution

This operation will randomly execute on one of the endpoint identified during selection.

Special Considerations

See below for information about the project file attributes.

Supported Object Types

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

Object Types

  1. DB Objects
  2. Data Fixes
  3. Other Objects