Squeryl doesn't do database migration for us. This means that you can use the
create method from the
schema object only once, because it tries to create all of the tables each time it runs and it will give errors when trying to create a table that already exists.
For this reason, we can use third-party tools such as Liquibase, in order to automate the migration process; that is, database creation and changing. Liquibase uses an XML file,
databaseChangeLog, to define all of the changes that it needs to execute. Each one of these changes is defined by a
changeSet tag. It also keeps track of these
changeSet tags to prevent executing any one of them twice.
Once you define your
databaseChangeLog file—the XML file ...