Workaround for SQL Server Authentication Issue on Windows

Posted on by Maksim Sobolevskiy

In DataGrip 2020.1.4 for Windows there is a problem with SQL Server authentication. We are currently addressing this issue and we expect it to be resolved in 2020.1.5.

There are two workarounds to fix the problem:

Downgrade to 2020.1.3 or switch to a different version of JetBrains runtime.

 

Downgrading to 2020.1.3

If you use the ToolBox application, you can downgrade directly from it.

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If you manually installed DataGrip, download the previous version here.

Switching to a different version of JetBrains Runtime

This workaround is more complicated but suits those who need to use the latest version of the IDE.

First, download the JetBrains Runtime from JetBrains BinTray storage. In this case, you need version 765.40 of the runtime. This is the version for Windows because the initial problems are Windows-specific.

Then install the Choose Runtime plugin in your IDE.

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After that invoke Search Everywhere (press Shift twice) or Find Action (Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + A) and search for Choose Runtime. In the dialog that opens, select the runtime you’ve just downloaded.

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Restart your IDE.

We hope that helps!

DataGrip team.

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1 Response to Workaround for SQL Server Authentication Issue on Windows

  1. GP says:

    June 15, 2020

    This applies also to IDEA 2020.1.1. Reversion to 2020.1 mitigated the issue.