Class AddNotNullConstraintChange

    • Constructor Detail

      • AddNotNullConstraintChange

        public AddNotNullConstraintChange()
    • Method Detail

      • getCatalogName

        public String getCatalogName()
      • setCatalogName

        public void setCatalogName​(String catalogName)
      • getSchemaName

        public String getSchemaName()
      • setSchemaName

        public void setSchemaName​(String schemaName)
      • getTableName

        public String getTableName()
      • setTableName

        public void setTableName​(String tableName)
      • getColumnName

        public String getColumnName()
      • setColumnName

        public void setColumnName​(String columnName)
      • getDefaultNullValue

        public String getDefaultNullValue()
      • setDefaultNullValue

        public void setDefaultNullValue​(String defaultNullValue)
      • getColumnDataType

        public String getColumnDataType()
      • setColumnDataType

        public void setColumnDataType​(String columnDataType)
      • getConstraintName

        public String getConstraintName()
      • setConstraintName

        public void setConstraintName​(String constraintName)
      • generateStatements

        public SqlStatement[] generateStatements​(Database database)
        Description copied from interface: Change
        Generates the SqlStatement objects required to run the change for the given database.

        NOTE: This method may be called multiple times throughout the changelog execution process and may be called in documentation generation and other integration points as well.

        If this method reads from the current database state or uses any other logic that will be affected by whether previous changeSets have ran or not, you must return true from Change.generateStatementsVolatile(liquibase.database.Database).
      • getConfirmationMessage

        public String getConfirmationMessage()
        Description copied from interface: Change
        Confirmation message to be displayed after the change is executed. Should include relevant configuration settings to make it as helpful as possible. This method may be called outside the changelog execution process, such as in documentation generation.
      • getValidate

        public Boolean getValidate()
        In certain SQL dialects, the VALIDATE keyword defines whether a NOT NULL constraint on a column in a table should be checked if it refers to a valid row or not.
        true if ENABLE VALIDATE (this is the default), or false if ENABLE NOVALIDATE.
      • setValidate

        public void setValidate​(Boolean shouldValidate)
        shouldValidate - - if shouldValidate is set to FALSE then the constraint will be created with the 'ENABLE NOVALIDATE' mode. This means the constraint would be created, but that no check will be done to ensure old data has valid not null constrain - only new data would be checked to see if it complies with the constraint logic. The default state for not null constrain is to have 'ENABLE VALIDATE' set.