|Author(s):||Sean Chambers, Josh Coffman, Tom Marien, Mark Junker|
|Last Update:||Friday, January 14, 2022|
|.NET Fiddle:||Create the first Fiddle|
dotnet add package FluentMigrator.Runner.Jet
paket add FluentMigrator.Runner.Jet
FluentMigrator.Runner.Jet Download (Unzip the "nupkg" after downloading)
- FluentMigrator.Runner.Core(>= 3.2.11)
The basic idea is that you can create migrations which are simply classes that derive from the Migration base class and have a Migration attribute with a unique version number attached to them. Upon executing FluentMigrator, you tell it which version to migrate to and it will run all necessary migrations in order to bring your database up to that version.
In addition to forward migration support, FluentMigrator also supports different ways to execute the migrations along with selective migrations called profiles and executing arbitrary SQL.