Hi! This is the second update for DataGrip 2019.1.
First and foremost, now the code style can be configured separately for different dialects.
Please note, you can paste examples of your code to the preview panel on the right-hand side to check that the style you have configured formats the SQL correctly. More dialects come later.
DBE-1837: Columns from outer queries are now highlighted.
DBE-3778: Better support for aggregate functions. DataGrip will warn if you use them in the wrong place.
DBE-5368: Unnecessary keywords for ORDER BY are highlighted
Using the HAVING clause with no aggregates will also generate a warning
We’re continuing to improve the Snowflake native introspection. Warehouses and stored procedures are now supported!
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