DataGrip 2017.1 RC is Out!

Maksim Sobolevskiy

Hi there,

All IntelliJ-based IDEs are rushing to the 2017.1 release, and here is our DataGrip 2017.1 RC. Many new things were added since the latest EAP, so let’s see what’s new inside.

Create database/schema

Many of you asked us to implement some simple UI for creating schemas and databases. Voila!

AddSchema
Decide if you want these new schemas and databases to be introspected immediately. This also applies to creating and deleting schemas/databases from the query console.

TrackCreation

NB! As we still do not support several databases for PostgreSQL, any database created in this UI will not appear in the database tree, even if this option is enabled. Please create another data source to manage your new database.GenerateMenu

The Generate menu (Alt+Ins/Cmd-N) also contains a Schema and database now.

 

Find usages

Here we have a new option to include or exclude text occurrences.

FindUsagesOptions

If it’s selected, results will include comments, occurrences in text files and string literals.

UsagesOfText
Source code editing

Sometimes you make changes to the source code of some object, but forget to apply them. As you may know, DataGrip will detect and indicate this with colored markers on the gutter. If you modify such an object in some other place in DataGrip, the source code editor will alert you.

LocalChanges

 

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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2 Responses to DataGrip 2017.1 RC is Out!

  1. Gus says:

    March 22, 2017

    Can’t really see enterprise customers using this before you implement multiple DB connections. Since that is the reality most of us are working in. Should be considered beta until that feature is implemented, in my opinion.

    • Maksim Sobolevskiy says:

      March 22, 2017

      You mean PostgreSQL, right? I agree it is really important and we are now currently working on this. But I have to say, that PostgreSQL users is the majority of users of ours already, which means we meet some of their demands. Not all for sure, but we’ll do our best. Thanks for the feedback, Gus!