Ecto v2.2.4 Ecto.Migrator View Source

This module provides the migration API.

Example

defmodule MyApp.MigrationExample do
  use Ecto.Migration

  def up do
    execute "CREATE TABLE users(id serial PRIMARY_KEY, username text)"
  end

  def down do
    execute "DROP TABLE users"
  end
end

Ecto.Migrator.up(Repo, 20080906120000, MyApp.MigrationExample)

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Functions

Runs a down migration on the given repository

Gets all migrated versions

Returns an array of tuples as the migration status of the given repo, without actually running any migrations

Apply migrations to a repository with a given strategy

Runs an up migration on the given repository

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Link to this function down(repo, version, module, opts \\ []) View Source

Runs a down migration on the given repository.

Options

  • :log - the level to use for logging. Defaults to :info. Can be any of Logger.level/0 values or false.
  • :prefix - the prefix to run the migrations on
Link to this function migrated_versions(repo, opts \\ []) View Source
migrated_versions(Ecto.Repo.t, Keyword.t) :: [integer]

Gets all migrated versions.

This function ensures the migration table exists if no table has been defined yet.

Options

  • :log - the level to use for logging. Defaults to :info. Can be any of Logger.level/0 values or false.
  • :prefix - the prefix to run the migrations on
Link to this function migrations(repo, directory) View Source

Returns an array of tuples as the migration status of the given repo, without actually running any migrations.

Link to this function run(repo, migration_source, direction, opts) View Source
run(Ecto.Repo.t, binary | [{integer, module}], atom, Keyword.t) :: [integer]

Apply migrations to a repository with a given strategy.

The second argument identifies where the migrations are sourced from. A file path may be passed, in which case the migrations will be loaded from this during the migration process. The other option is to pass a list of tuples that identify the version number and migration modules to be run, for example:

Ecto.Migrator.run(Repo, [{0, MyApp.Migration1}, {1, MyApp.Migration2}, ...], :up, opts)

A strategy must be given as an option.

Options

  • :all - runs all available if true
  • :step - runs the specific number of migrations
  • :to - runs all until the supplied version is reached
  • :log - the level to use for logging. Defaults to :info. Can be any of Logger.level/0 values or false.
  • :prefix - the prefix to run the migrations on
Link to this function up(repo, version, module, opts \\ []) View Source
up(Ecto.Repo.t, integer, module, Keyword.t) ::
  :ok |
  :already_up |
  no_return

Runs an up migration on the given repository.

Options

  • :log - the level to use for logging. Defaults to :info. Can be any of Logger.level/0 values or false.
  • :prefix - the prefix to run the migrations on