DataGrip 2022.2 EAP 2Early Access Program
Hello, DataGrip 2022.2 EAP build #2 is available. Let’s take a closer look at what’s inside. Playground and Script resolve modes Resolving database objects in SQL scripts takes an understanding of what the objects mean. This is necessary for the IDE to provide you with correct code completion and treat the usages of the objects as links. In general, the resolve context should match the
Hello! Today we’ve got a new minor update for DataGrip 2022.1. Let’s see what’s been improved. Bug-fixes: Thanks! DataGrip team.
DataGrip 2022.2 EAP 1Early Access Program
Hello! We’re starting our EAP program for DataGrip 2022.2. We would appreciate it if you could try out these new features and share your feedback with us – it will help us make the release better! Let’s take a look at what’s new in the first EAP build. Option to import multiple CSV files You can now select several CSV files and import them at once! New Modify UI The new Modify UI,
Top 10 DataGrip shortcuts to empower your coding
We love shortcuts. They make coding faster and more efficient. But they are not always easy to remember. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of our top-10 most useful DataGrip shortcuts. Execute statement: Cmd/Ctrl+Enter Click the statement or select the fragment of code that you want to execute. It can be a subquery or a group of statements. Press Cmd/Ctrl+Enter. DataGrip execut
The new DataGrip 2022.1.4 bug-fix update is now available. DBE-15552: We’ve fixed a bug that was causing the names and icons of DDL data sources to be missing from the Database Explorer. Thanks! DataGrip team.
Hello! We have released the third bug-fix update for DataGrip 2022.1. DBE-15179: Read-only icons are again available for data sources. DBE-15494: Introspection no longer fails with an Unknown column 'generation_expression' in 'field list’ error. DBE-15354: Dates are now saved correctly after you edit them via the text field. Thanks! DataGrip team.
Today we’re releasing the second minor update for DataGrip 2022.1. Features: Important fixes:
Hello! We have released our first bug-fix update for DataGrip 2022.1. IDEA-288804: we’ve fixed the problem with the Services tool window disappearing so users could not find Services when receiving query results or when explicitly activating this window through the menu or via Alt+8/Cmd+8. No action is required – just reopen the IDE. After the first activation of Services, the Stripe butt
DataGrip 2022.1: Copying multiple objects, New logic for canceling statements and stopping connections, Editing results in MongoDB
Hello, We’ve just released the first major update of 2022. Here’s a list of all the improvements introduced in 2022.1. For detailed descriptions of all new features and enhancements, please visit our What’s new page. Import/Export Copy multiple objects Data editor Introspection Code generation New version of Modify TableQuality improvements for old Modify
DataGrip 2022.1 EAP 4Early Access Program
Hi! A new EAP build for DataGrip 2022.1 is now available. We've added support for H2 version 2.X. Here's the list of the most important changes: DataGrip now correctly introspects types. Most of the issues were related to the composite types ARRAY and ROW.Columns with built-in sequences (auto_increment, generated always as identity, etc.) are now introspected correctly.Check constraints
DataGrip 2022.1 EAP 3Early Access Program
Hi! A new EAP build for DataGrip 2022.1 is now available. Let's see what's new: New version of Modify Table We are slightly reworking the Modify Table window. The new version will have a fully generated UI based on introspective properties, which will allow it to have a variety of database-specific parameters. For now we are releasing only a small portion of the update, but it can already
Working with source codes in DataGrip
Basics The source code of the object is the core part of the DDL script which is needed to create this object. In other words, the CREATE statement is not part of the object's source code. The source code is stored inside the database. The most common objects found with the source code are views, functions, and stored procedures.In many other tools, to update the source code, you would need to