The class liquibase.Liquibase is designed as a facade to the library for use in integrations. All functionality of LiquiBase Liquibase can be accessed starting with this class, in a simplified manner.
The following code will update your database using LiquiBaseLiquibase:
Liquibase liquibase = new Liquibase(changelog, new ClassLoaderResourceAccessor(), DatabaseFactory.getInstance().findCorrectDatabaseImplementation(connection)); liquibase.update();
LiquiBase Liquibase uses the concept of a liquibase.resource.ResourceAccessor to abstract how files are accessed. ClassLoaderResourceAccesor is one option which will check your classpath for the specified changelog file and any other resources needed. Other options include FileSystemResourceAccessor which understands absolute paths, and CompositeResourceAccessor which can combine and chain ResourceAccessormultiple ResourceAccessors. The ResourceAccessor to use is passed to the LiquiBase Liquibase constructor.
The simplest way to get a liquibase.database.Database object, which serves as the database abstraction layer, is by the DatabaseFactory. You can pass a connection to it and receive back the connection wrapped in a Database object.
Other methods on the Liquibase facade are documented in the Javadocs.