I am evaluating Liquibase for a new project we are starting and in the process I have run into a snag.
To track changes to rows in our tables we are going to use the ROWVERSION data type.
When I attempt to create a table with the ROWVERSION datatype in my change log, I see that the table is actually created in the database with a TIMESTAMP data type.
This is a deprecated data type and we don’t want to use it.
I really don’t want to have to resort to running a custom SQL tag after every table create to get this in. Is there another way around this problem?
Our system will be using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and I generated this using Liquibase 2.0.2.