DBMS Version

In addition to cuba.dbmsType application property, there is an optional cuba.dbmsVersion property. It affects the choice of interface implementations for DbmsFeatures, SequenceSupport, DbTypeConverter, and the search for database init and update scripts.

The name of the implementation class of the integration interface is constructed as follows: TypeVersionName. Here, Type is the value of the cuba.dbmsType property (capitalized), Version is the value of cuba.dbmsVersion, and Name is the interface name. The package of the class must correspond to that of the interface. If a class with the same name is not available, an attempt is made to find a class with the name without version: TypeName. If such class does not exist either, an exception is thrown.

For example, the com.haulmont.cuba.core.sys.persistence.Mssql2012SequenceSupport class is defined in the platform. This class will take effect if the following properties are specified in the project:

cuba.dbmsType = mssql
cuba.dbmsVersion = 2012

The search for database init and update scripts prioritizes the type-version directory over the type directory. This means that the scripts in the type-version directory replace the scripts with the same name in the type directory. The type-version directory can also contain some scripts with unique names; they will be added to the common set of scripts for execution, too. Script sorting is performed by path, starting with the first subdirectory of the type or type-version directory, i.e. regardless of the directory where the script is located (versioned or not).

For example, the init script for Microsoft SQL Server versions below and above 2012 should look as follows: