Now we can start playing with schema management!
Let's create a fictious airline, and start to build a database schema for them.
We need a table that will hold all reservations. The table should look like this:
Ordinarilly, this table could be created with a command like:
CREATE TABLE reservation ( id char(8) not null primary key, created_at timestamp not null, first_name varchar(40), last_name varchar(40), flight_number char(4), flight_date timestamp not null )
Instead, let's define it in SchemaHero. Create a file called
reservation.yaml and paste the following into it:
apiVersion: schemas.schemahero.io/v1alpha3 kind: Table metadata: name: reservation spec: database: schemahero-tutorial name: reservation schema: postgres: primaryKey: [id] columns: - name: id type: char(8) - name: created_at type: timestamp constraints: notNull: true - name: first_name type: varchar(40) - name: last_name type: varchar(40) - name: flight_number type: char(4) - name: flight_date type: timestamp constraints: notNull: true
After saving this,
kubectl apply it.
After a second or two, the “reservation” table should be created in the database. If you are connected using
\dt and it should show this table.