Hello! The first update for DataGrip 2022.3 introduces some important improvements and fixes.
- You can view and edit External Objects Files for virtual objects, such as foreign keys, views, and columns.
- Virtual views now can be added to schemas, data sources, and databases.
- Virtual views with session lists are available for most dialects: Sybase ASE, ClickHouse, IBM Db2, Exasol, H2, HSQLDB, Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Amazon Redshift, Greenplum, Snowflake, and Vertica.
- It is now possible to drop virtual objects.
- The Current file submenu is enabled in the run configurations switcher.
- Database and table settings can be synchronized via the Settings Sync plugin.
- DBE-16456: We’ve added an SSH tunneling check, meaning you’ll be notified if your SSH configuration is incorrect.
- DBE-16166: Right-clicking on a table column header no longer erroneously takes you to the selected cell.
- DBE-16838 [BigQuery]: Struct columns are now displayed correctly.
- DBE-16887 [Amazon Redshift:] The introspection of external tables now works correctly with the latest version of Redshift (v1.0.44126).
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