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A real time health checking tool.
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Diffa provides real time health checks between arbitrary system components.

For more information, please see the website:


Diffa uses the Apache license, Version 2.0.

Proprietary Third Party Libraries

Some configurations of the software rely on third party libraries which are not freely available. The following libraries are available under license from their respective vendors. Please check with the vendor the conditions under which you may use their software.

Library: Oracle database client library

Vendor: Oracle (

Referenced in: kernel/pom.xml (profile id = oracle)


Required for:

  • testing against an Oracle database
  • installing/upgrading an Oracle database schema

In order to run maven tasks with the 'oracle' profile (mvn -Poracle <task>), your maven repository will need to contain the Oracle JDBC driver specified in the dependency.

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