In today’s video we’ll give a quick demonstration of deploying an APEX application using the SQLcl implementation of Liquibase.
I Know what you’re thinking. Didn’t I do this video two weeks ago? The answer is yes and no. This video is very similar to the Liquibase video I did two weeks ago, but that was using the Liquibase Pro client. This video uses the SQLcl implementation of Liquibase, and more specifically the runOracleScript tag to achieve the same thing.
The video is based on this article, which has an example of deploying an APEX workspace and an APEX application.
The stars of today’s video are the offspring of Jeff Smith. I had been annoying Jeff on Twitter DMs while he was meant to be on holiday, so I agreed to pay him back by turning his children into international megastars. I take no responsibility for how they handle the fame! 😉
The star of today’s video is Jorge Rimblas, making a welcome return to the channel, along with some serious reverb. 🙂 Last time we saw Jorge was in a boxing gym, and his daughters have also taken the spotlight for one video.
If you’ve followed my YouTube channel, you’ll know I include a clip of people from the community saying “.com” at the start of each video. It’s just a silly tradition, and it allows me to give a shout out to other people.
When I started the channel I used to record loads of these at conferences, but I acquired so many I stopped doing it, until I could get through what I already had. I have now used all of them…
If you would like to star in a video, please do the following:
Drop me an email with your video clip saying “.com”. You know my name is “tim” and my website is “oracle-base.com”, so you can guess my email address.
Please say “.com” 2 or 3 times with a 1 second gap between them.
In the email give me your name and social media links, so I can include them in the video description and associated blog post. I am terrible with names, even people I’ve met a lot, so don’t count on me remembering your name. 🙂
Landscape videos are better, but portrait are OK.
I’m happy to receive repeat appearances of people who have done a clip before, so don’t be shy.
You can see some of the previous stars in the compilation videos on this playlist.
PS. I think it’s only fair to warn you, this will not make you a star… 🙂
The star of today’s video is John King. John’s been on the channel a couple of times before. Once to do a message to one of his super-fans, a work colleague of mine who was impressed that I know John, and once for a regular “.com” appearance. I blame the wife for the terrible audio. 🙂