DataGrip 2016.3 RC is Out

Hi! We are rushing to the release in the end of November, and here is the release candidate for 2016.3!

Among various bug-fixes a couple of new features were added since the last EAP:

Navigate to the next method, familiar to many of you from our other IDE’s now works in DataGrip. It’s called Navigate to the next statement and should be invoked by Alt+Down and Alt+Up (Ctrl+Down and Ctrl+Up for OSX).


If you run large script files from the context menu, please know that now they are executed much faster.


We’ll be happy if you try this build and follow us not to miss the huge blog-post about all new features in this release!

DataGrip team

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5 Responses to DataGrip 2016.3 RC is Out

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    John Arse says:

    November 23, 2016

    Where is this file? The download is for 2016.2.6.

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    Konstantin says:

    November 24, 2016

    Hi there!

    I like this app, but sometimes I need to clone a database and I have discomfort in this process.
    I would like to dump data in one, single file. It would be very useful for me.
    That’s how I imagine it:
    1. Select DB and click right mouse button;
    2. Select «Dump Data to Files > SQL Inserts (single file)»;
    3. Select path… e.t.c

    Thank you for app.
    From Russia With Love.

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    Gabor Ivan says:

    April 21, 2017

    Hi there,

    During my work I have to use GPG key to connect to my live webserver, where from I can connect to the database. So it should be a simple SSH tunnel connection, but the problem is that I have only the `username` and a hardware key, so no `password` nor `.ssh/id_rsa` key file.

    Upon testing the connection I get an “SSH: Auth fail” message.

    How can I use the tool then?

    * I use macOS Sierra
    * it works with Sequel Pro and MySQL Workbench too, but only when I run the apps from console with the `open /Application/` command (as Admin group’s user)
    * I installed the DataGrip with the JetBrains Toolbox, and it put the app into a weird path, so I had to create a symlink to the /Application folder to simplify this kind of app execution…


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