DataGrip 2021.1: UI for grants, Context Live Templates, Edit Data in MongoDB and More!
Today we’re introducing DataGrip 2021.1, our first major release this year and possibly the most remarkable release in the history of our IDE. We hope you will find that v2021.1 addresses at least one of your pain points, or maybe you will discover a new feature you’ll love or both. Let’s dive in! UI for grants Grants can be modified from the Modify object and Modify user/role dialogs. This
Query Book in DataGrip
People often ask us: – Do you have a query book? I have numerous queries I run time after time. I want to store them and to be able to call any of them when I want. There's an issue for this feature in our DataGrip issue tracker. While we don't have a feature specifically named query book, we believe there are approaches you can take with DataGrip that cover the majority of these needs: live
DataGrip 2020.3: SQL for MongoDB, Azure AD Auth, New extractors and more
We’re pleased to introduce DataGrip 2020.3. This is the third major update of 2020, and it’s packed with various enhancements. Let’s take a look at what it has to offer! SQL for MongoDB SELECT, FROM, JOIN, WHERE, HAVING, GROUP BY clauses Functions and object builders are supported JS query preview Copy JS query to clipboard Connectivity Couchbase support Azure AD authen
Hello everybody! Today we release DataGrip 2020.2! As usual, we thank all our early adopters who helped us make the IDE better during this release cycle. Here's a brief overview of the new version. For a detailed description of this update, please visit our What’s new page. Data editor — Separate editor for cell values — DML preview in the data editor — New UI for boolean values — New UI for cropp
Top 9 Spreadsheet Features of DataGrip You Have to Know
JetBrains DataGrip is a universal tool for dealing with databases. It supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, MongoDB, and many other databases. DOWNLOAD A 30-DAY TRIAL FOR DATAGRIP When you work with databases, you’re exploring the data contained in them. And there are times you’ll want to manipulate that data without having to write queries. DataGrip has your needs covered with its
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
DataGrip 2019.3: MongoDB support, Debugger for Oracle, Inline query progress and more!
We’re pleased to introduce DataGrip 2019.3. This is the third major update of 2019, and it’s packed with various enhancements. Let’s take a look at what it has to offer! MongoDB support The day has finally come for us to start adding MongoDB support. Since the request received more than 400 votes, we decided that the time was ripe to begin including basic functionality for it. Here’s
DataGrip 2019.2: services, full-text search, filtering in navigation, easy paging, naming of results tabs, query live timer and more!
Hello! We’ve just released DataGrip 2019.2. In this post, we’ll highlight the new features briefly. For detailed descriptions, please visit the What’s new page. Services tool window — Observe and manage all the connections — Manage Docker services — Query live timer Full-text search — Search for data everywhere — SQL preview — Search in columns that don’t support the LIKE operator
DataGrip 2019.2 EAP
Hello! No long preamble, we have begun our DataGrip 2019.2 EAP! Let’s look at what’s inside. Services tool window All our IDEs now have a new tool window called Services. In DataGrip, you can observe and manage all the connections there. Here is how it looks: Every connection has its own node under the corresponding data source. If the small green light on the icon is on, it means tha
Hello everybody! We are excited to release DataGrip 2019.1 today! As usual, we thank all our early adopters who have helped us make the IDE better during this release cycle. If you wish to see the detailed overview of this update, please visit our What’s new page. Read on for a list of all the enhancements waiting for you in 2019.1. Support for new databases In this release cycle, we f
DataGrip 2019.1 EAP is started
For those eager to try the newest things, we invite you to join our Early Access Program for DataGrip 2019.1. As you may know, these builds don’t require a license – we just want everybody to try the new features out before the official release. Let’s go! New databases: Greenplum, Vertica, and Apache Hive In this release cycle, we focused a lot on supporting several new databases. Gre
Working with files in DataGrip
People working with databases write SQL. A lot of SQL. In this post, we’ll go over whether it’s better to just use a temporary SQL editor in DataGrip or if it's more convenient to work directly with SQL files stored on your computer. Spoiler: it all depends on your needs. You might already have a working directory with tons of scripts; we will tell you how you can use DataGrip to deal with them
DataGrip and GitHub: Step-by-step Integration
All IDEs based on the IntelliJ Platform have Version Control System integration. DataGrip is no exception! But because database developers usually do things a little differently from other developers and because DataGrip’s project model has its own specific workflow, the integration between the IDE and VCS support isn’t quite as straightforward as with other JetBrains IDEs. We’ll cover two
DataGrip 2018.3 is Released!
Hello everybody! We are excited to release DataGrip 2018.3 today! As usual, we thank all our early adopters who have helped us make the IDE better during this release cycle. The most active ones have already got their free DataGrip subscriptions, as a token of our appreciation. If you wish to see the detailed overview of this update, please visit our What’s new page. Read on for a list of al
Hello! Please give a warm welcome to our new major release, DataGrip 2018.2! Starting with this version, the database functionality of IntelliJ-based IDEs is available in CLion and AppCode. So if use one of these IDEs welcome to our blog :) Also, those who use WebStorm and DataGrip simultaneously can now install a database plugin inside WebStorm. We thank all of the EAP contributors who
DataGrip 2018.2 EAP 2
Hello! Now is a good time to take a look at the new EAP build for 2018.2 which will be released later this month. It comes with one notable feature and several bug-fixes. Context info When editing a huge procedure in a package, it is sometimes useful to refresh your memory on the context of it: what particular procedure or package is now being edited. To do this use Alt+Q (Shift+Ctrl+Q for OSX)
DataGrip 2018.2 EAP is Open
For those eager for the newest things, we invite you to try an Early Access Program for DataGrip 2018.2. As many of you know, these builds don’t require a license as we want to encourage everybody to try the new features out before the official release. New SQL formatter Thanks to everyone who shared their ideas, we hope that now DataGrip will be able to meet the needs of lots more different