DataGrip 2017.2.1: Improved navigation

Hello! The first update for DataGrip 2017.2 is rather important.

In this release cycle, we are focused on improving navigation. As we wrote in our release blog-post, we divided Data and DDL tabs in the table data editor. There was a problem (well, our fault) that Edit Source wasn’t very visible on the toolbar and it was the only way to see the DDL of the table.

We added several enhancements:

— To see DDL of any database object go to Context menu → DDL and sources → Source editor.

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— Use Cmd/Ctrl+Alt+B to switch between table’s Data and table’s DDL. It works in both directions. Also, there is the DDL button in the data editor toolbar

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And the Data Editor button in the DDL editor.

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— A new action is introduced called Select in the database view. Now there is no UI shortcut, but you can invoke it by Ctrl+Shift+A or define your own shortcut. Remember, that the same can be done in a more general way: press Alt+F1 on any object and choose Database view.

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We continue working on that. If we still don’t cover your use case, please describe it in the comments.

Other fixes:

— Dump actions now work on files with attached console.
— DBE-4505 No wrong rounding in Oracle during import.
DBE-4902 More… link now works in Quick Evaluate.
— DBE-4953 Scrolling works in the database switcher for PostgreSQL.

DataGrip team
JetBrains

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6 Responses to DataGrip 2017.2.1: Improved navigation

  1. Tom says:

    Well, since you asked: I’ve already described my use case here: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/DBE-3178
    It’d be cool to have something like that for project with a “low-level” database access that rely on solid manually crafted database scheme and/or bunch of stored procedures.
    Currently data grip is a great tool for browsing the database and making small changes, but it’s completely incapable of designing one from scratch. That’s what i’d like to see.

  2. Gustavo Lopez says:

    Hi,

    Do you plan support for Azure MySQL Server ?

  3. Rymson Balentien says:

    Thank you guys very much for the DDL fix, much appreciated!

  4. Ricky McMaster says:

    Hi guys, I really appreciate the Redshift support and other new features, but to be totally honest I much preferred the old use of Cmd+Click on a column name to take me to the database view. I cannot imagine a use case where I would want the DDL generated from a column name – for me, the Cmd+Click to DB view was ideal when dealing with a long script, where you couldn’t easily see the origin of column names.

    If I want the DDL, I’m happy to go to the table and do it from there. I realise that I could set a key mapping, but this does not apparently permit mouse clicks. Is there another solution for this that allows clicking? Cmd+Click was one of my most-used features.

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