DataGrip 2023.3: Data Visualization With the Lets-Plot Library, New Import Functionality, Numerous Improvements in Introspection, DynamoDB Support, and More!

DataGrip 2023.3 is out! Here’s a glimpse of what awaits you in this major new version. For a full overview of this update, please visit our What’s New page.

Data visualization 

  • Integration with the Lets-Plot library for streamlined, no-code data visualization.

New import functionality 

  • You can now import to multiple targets and make simultaneous edits, such as by changing the formats, encoding for several files, or altering schemas for multiple targets.

Working with data

  • Customizable number formats in the data editor.
  • The ability to render numbers as UNIX timestamps.
  • [SQL Server] Support for import/export tables via BCP.

DynamoDB support


  • Introspection intervals for each data source.
  • Automatic introspection level for Oracle.
  • Support for new objects in SQL Server: partition functions, partition schemes, partitions and related table and index properties, ledger tables, and filegroups.
  • Support for materialized views in Redshift, which are now introspected and displayed in a dedicated node.

Running queries

  • [Oracle] Support for ref cursors in the query console.

Code generation

  • Enable/disable database objects.

If you’re interested in making the move to version 2023.3 or sending us any questions or suggestions you might have, here are a few links that you might find useful:

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