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Liquibase use a changelog outside of my jar file

I developed an app that uses Liquibase and built a jar file.

I was wondering if it is possible to use a changelog file that is outside of the jar file , like for example:

-Folder
--jar file
--changelogFile

I know that Liquibase removed the option to use an absolute path , so is there any other way to achieve this?

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Answer

Found an answer. If you are using the Java liquibase Api just use a ResourceAccessor

ResourceAccessor accessor= new FileSystemResourceAccessor("C:\Users\demo\Documents\Migrations");
return new Liquibase(changelog, accessor, connection);
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