We are excited to release DataGrip 2019.1 today! As usual, we thank all our early adopters who have helped us make the IDE better during this release cycle.
If you wish to see the detailed overview of this update, please visit our What’s new page. Read on for a list of all the enhancements waiting for you in 2019.1.
Support for new databases
In this release cycle, we focused a lot on supporting several new databases.
Greenplum is an analytics database based on PostgreSQL. It is currently developed by Pivotal and the open source community.
Vertica is column-oriented storage designed to handle large volumes of data.
Apache Hive is a data warehouse built on top of Apache Hadoop for providing data query and analysis.
Snowflake is a cloud-based data-warehouse. In 2019.1 DataGrip supports only SQL dialect, the introspection support comes later.
— The connection dialog has a new look.
— Startup scripts.
— Keep-alive and auto-disconnect options.
— Now you can choose not to remember your password at all. (In previous versions, unselecting Remember password meant that it was remembered only until the next DatGrip restart.)
— Possibility to save password until you disconnect from the data source.
— Possibility to set an empty password.
— Separate section for DDL data sources in the connection dialog.
— DataGrip offers to download drivers after you click Test Connection.
— Test Connections results are now inline.
Navigation and search
— New Recent Locations popup.
— Better usability for Find in Path.
— All navigation actions work from the Go-to popup.
— Code completion supports combined statements for CREATE and DROP, i.e. CREATE TABLE.
— New inspections: Illegal cursor state, Named arguments should be used, and Usages of GOTO statements.
— [MariaDB] Oracle mode support.
Working with files
— The Default Directory setting works.
— Save console as… uses the default directory and respects the last choice.
— Detach directory in the Files tool window.
— Files can be formatted from the context menu without opening them.
Database tree view
— [DB2] New objects are displayed in the database tree view: trigger, method, module, data type, variable, sequence, role, and others.
— The database tree view keeps the data source name at the top as you scroll.
— Logo icons are added for Firebird, Presto, Teradata, Snowflake, and Informix.
— Library of cutom icons.
— Customizable IDE themes.
— The filter in the data editor suggests the current clipboard value.
— [MySQL] We’ve finally fixed the problem with NULL instead of the empty date for all connectors.
— [MySQL; MariaDB] Support for
— [SQL Server] No more wrong
You already know all of this, but still:
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— Report bugs to our issue tracker.
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