DataGrip 2017.3.2

Hello! This is another minor update for 2017.3. It brings several important bug-fixes:

DBE-5031 – Enum fields are now available for editing. Completion is not yet implemented.
DBE-5512 – Fixed bug with saving LOBs.
DBE-4426 – DataGrip now can connect to FrontBase. There are still some known issues with transactions.

DataGrip team

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15 Responses to DataGrip 2017.3.2

  1. Cain says:

    Symbol lookup does not seem to work properly on Mac High Sierra. For example if I want to navigate to a specific field in the Database tree view, ⌥⌘O only opens up the table in the Table Editor; it does not take me to the field in the Database tree view?

  2. Christian Syska says:

    When I update to 2017.3.2 via Toolbox, I can’t connect to any database – when I try to select anything from any connection (even just refreshing the schema), I get an error: “ CreateProcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified”
    I tried installing multiple times and restarted my machine in between; haven’t yet checked a manual install. I’m on Windows 10 1709 (Build 16299.125).
    I’ve rolled back to 2017.2.3 for now.

    • Maksim Sobolevskiy says:

      Does this happen if you update manually?

      • Yoni Lerner says:

        This is happening to me as well

      • Christian Syska says:

        sorry, I kind of forgot about this thread, what with christmas and vacation and all that :)

        I have tried it again today with 2017.3.3. I have now two DataGrip installations in parallel, with the following result:
        1) Updated old (working) installation via Toolbox -> doesn’t work, see error above
        2) Manual installation -> works like a charm.
        Both show the exact same version and build number in the about page (2017.3.3, Build #DB-173.4127.18, built on December 19, 2017).

        Is there anything else I can provide to help?

        • Maksim Sobolevskiy says:

          So, if you install by ToolBox, you run from ToolBox, and if manually, you run DG from the file manager, right?

          • Christian Syska says:

            I tried starting both from file system and from Toolbox (where the manual installation is shown as LOCAL) – doesn’t seem to make a difference.

      • Christian Syska says:

        I was just about to let you know that 2017.3.4 has fixed it all and works, but it only did so for exactly one query. After that, same error as before.

        • Christian Syska says:

          One more observation: I’ve tried actually running an inline SQL query from inside my code in IntelliJ Idea the first time in a while, and it gives me the same error message. IntelliJ is a Toolbox installation, haven’t verified yet if this also happens with a manual installation.
          I know it used to work at some point, but I can’t exactly say which version it was.

  3. Maksim Sobolevskiy says:

    Well, it seems that our discussion cannot exist in comments anymore, let’s go to issue tracker:

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