Introducing DataGrip 2020.1.5! Check out what’s new inside!
The issue with SQL Server Authentication on Windows is fixed.
DBE-9876: Forced execution in read-only mode now runs the correct query.
DBE-10727: Schemas comparator respects column order.
DBE-10715: [PostgreSQL]: DataGrip no longer throws a time zone error for versions of PostgreSQL before 10.
DBE-10724: [Snowflake]: The Modify Table dialog generates valid code.
A new quick-fix is available: Refresh schema. If your colleague adds a new object after you have already refreshed your database, this fix will make sure your query is properly highlighted.
We have also renamed the migration buttons in the schema comparator to make it clearer what they actually do.
If you create a DDL data source, the folder with the sources will automatically be attached to the project.
If you try to change the DDL of the target table during the data import process, DataGrip will double-check this with you with an alert box to confirm that you want to perform this action.
If an Oracle database wants you to change an expired password, you can do so from the DataGrip UI. This works for versions from Oracle 12.2 if you use the standard JDBC driver. If you use the OCI driver, it works for the older versions as well.