DdlUtils for CUBRID
DdlUtils is a small, easy-to-use component for working with Database Definition (DDL) files. These are XML files that contain the definition of a database schema, e.g. tables and columns. These files can be fed into DdlUtils via its Ant task or programmatically in order to create the corresponding database or alter it so that it corresponds to the DDL. Likewise, DdlUtils can generate a DDL file for an existing database.
DdlUtils uses the Turbine XML format. This format expresses the database schema in a database-independent way by using JDBC datatypes instead of raw SQL datatypes which are inherently database specific. You can read more about it at DdlUtils Home Page.
You are free to Download DdlUtils for CUBRID.
- How to Use Apache DdlUtils and Scriptella to Migrate Databases to Cubrid
- Or you can watch Video Tutorial: How to use Apache DdlUtils & Scriptella to migrate databases to CUBRID.
If you have any difficulties with using Apache DdlUtils with CUBRID, post your questions to the dedicated forum at CUBRID Apps & Tools forum.