Hello! This is the first update for DataGrip 2020.2. We’ve fixed some bugs, and here’s a list of the most important ones: DBE-11268: The annoying bug causing the parameters pop-up to appear instead of the context menu has been fixed. DBE-10951: No more freezes when editing CSV files. DBE-10749: Code completion inside OVER clauses works again. DBE-11243: Filters are respected when migrating databases. DBE-10590: No more high memory consumption during export to Excel. Also now DataGrip fully supports the grammar of Greenplum 6.9! DataGrip team
Introducing DataGrip 2020.1.5! Check out what’s new inside! Most important The issue with SQL Server Authentication on Windows is fixed. Other fixes DBE-9876: Forced execution in read-only mode now runs the correct query. DBE-10727: Schemas comparator respects column order. New features 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 y
Workaround for SQL Server Authentication Issue on Windows
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. 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 la
Introducing DataGrip 2020.1.4 NB! KNOWN ISSUE! This update breaks the Windows authentication to SQL Server. This problem will be fixed in 2020.1.5, the workarounds are described here. Fixes: DBE-7578: DataGrip no longer refreshes the database after running a query in read-only mode. DBE-9417: Targets in the Run Configuration dialog are now filtered by dialect.
Hello! Here’s a brief overview of the important things we've added and fixed in 2020.1.3 Features DBE-1845: The data editor tab appears automatically for CSV files. DBE-9993: Pasting to the data editor automatically creates new rows. DBE-8019: The data editor allows for scrolling beyond the last row. DBE-10484: The file name is pre-selected in the dump data dialog. DBE-8121: The dedicated node for trigger functions has been added to the database tree view. Bug-fixes DBE-10408: No more UI freezes when editing large SQL strings. DBE-9272: Save LOB works for the results of complex
DataGrip 2020.1.1 is Out!
Hi, here is the first bug-fix update for DataGrip 2020.1. Important bug fixes: DBE-10421: Using Cmd/Alt+1 to open the Database tree view also passes focus to it. DBE-9957: Always Select Opened Element in the Services tool window can be disabled. DBE-10383: Parts of cells from in-editor results can be copied.
Hello! We’ve just released DataGrip 2020.1. Here’s a full list of all the improvements that 2020.1 introduces: Run configurations — Configuration for running script files — Configuration for running code — Support for utPLSQL and tSQLt Data editor — Results in the editor — Geo viewer Export options — Export to Excel — Better usability — Text data viewer Connectivity — Shared SSH configuration Query console — Update preview — Easy navigation to Execute settings — Datetime injection Navigation and search — Context data sources scope — Structural Search Working with files — CSV
DataGrip 2020.1 Release Candidate
Hi, In the run-up to the 2020.1 release, which is scheduled for next week, here is a Release Candidate. What’s new in this RC The Import file action is now available: – In the context menu of the CSV file, and – In the context menu of the editor when a CSV file is opened. The text data viewer uses the color of the data source. The tab name becomes the file name when exporting data. Your DataGrip team
DataGrip 2020.1 EAP 4
Hello! Here are some improvements from the next build for the DataGrip 2020.1 EAP CSV file type DataGrip now has a registered *.csv file type. This means that you will no longer get a notification about CSV supporting available plugins. DataGrip also has the ability to edit CSV files as tables. You will see a floating toolbar with the Edit as Table button. If you click this button and define the CSV format in the corresponding dialog, then the editable table with the content of your CSV file will open. Two tabs for the file become visible: Text and Data. Easy navigation to Execute setting
DataGrip 2020.1 EAP 3
Hello! Here’s our next build for DataGrip 2020.1 EAP. Better coding assistance for MongoDB Now you have: – Resolve and completion of collection names. – Completion of methods. Better exporting In this release cycle, we have focused on making exporting more user-friendly. First, we’ve cleaned up the menu: Second, we’ve created a dialog window for exporting: Mark as plain text If you need to edit a really huge script, now you can mark it as plain text and open it for editing. Highlighting and coding assistance will be off, so you can modify it with no performance lags. Stay tuned for
DataGrip 2020.1 EAP 2
Hello! Here’s yet another build in our EAP for DataGrip 2020.1. Export to Excel Finally! Text data viewer Now you can choose your preferred data format in the extractor drop-down. In-editor results We keep polishing one of the brightest features of this release. The big challenge has been to make scrolling user-friendly. Now DataGrip can detect whether you are scrolling the data or the code editor itself. Attach directory The File | Open menu now attaches the directory to the project. Just to be clear, the attached directory is the directory you see in the Files tool window. utPLSQL s