What IntelliJ IDEA 2017.3 EAP Brings to Database Tools
We’ve recently announced the opening of the EAP for IntelliJ IDEA 2017.3, and we have already even looked at some of the interesting EAP features. However, we didn’t cover changes in the database tools yet. So let’s explore the major changes in this area. Selecting schema when running SQL file IntelliJ IDEA 2017.3 now prompts you to choose database/schema along with a datasource when you try
Database Tools: What’s New in IntelliJ IDEA 2017.2
If you’re following our recent news, you already know that last week we released the new massive IntelliJ IDEA update, 2017.2. However, we didn’t mention its database tools much in the release announcement, so now it’s time to catch up on that, because there’s plenty of new features in that area. Amazon Redshift and Microsoft Azure These cloud database providers are now supported out of the
IntelliJ IDEA 13: What’s New in Database Tools
We hope you had enough time during the holidays to play with IntelliJ IDEA 13 and now want to try something new, like Database Tools, which has been so greatly improved in version 13 that you can now ditch your third party database client and perform all database operations right from IntelliJ IDEA (and it doesn't matter what server you are using, you get the same user experience with all of them.
Manage Your Database Schema in IntelliJ IDEA 12
As you know, IntelliJ IDEA provides built-in database tools with support for many SQL dialects, such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server and others. A while ago we shared this video with a quick overview of how to set up a connection to a database, use smart completion (even for SQL queries within Java), on-the-fly code analysis, navigation (between queries and database), search (f
IntelliJ IDEA 11: New and Noteworthy in Database Realm
There are many little things in database and SQL area that got attention in yesterday's IntelliJ IDEA 11 release but now I just want to highlight the major ones. Data Sources view got a new look and now includes stored procedures both from DDL scripts and real databases. The existing SQL dialects support has been redesigned with two new dialects introduced: H2 and MS Transact-SQL. So the list of
New Diff Tools in IntelliJ IDEA 10.5
We at JetBrains know how important it is to track what has been changed in your project from one version or revision to another. This is why IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 brings you new Diff Tools for comparing local directories, DB objects (Data Sources, Schemes, Tables). In later updates we're planning on including even remote to local files comparison as well. Diff Tools are available via Ctrl+D, or from
Database Table Editor in IntelliJ IDEA 10
IntelliJ IDEA X features a simple database table editor and viewer. You can add and remove rows, sort by specific column and choose columns to display just by pressing F4 on a table in the Data Sources view. If you find the console-like way better than the GUI way, you can still run all those delete from... and insert into... statements in the Database console. Try this in the latest IntelliJ
JPA Console is Available in IntelliJ IDEA 10
In IntelliJ IDEA 10 a new JPA Console is added to existing Hibernate and Database consoles. Now you can run and test your JPA queries in a target environment of your application. Both Hibernate and JPA consoles are available if applicable. Note the new "Run Query in Console" Intention Action that is now available on all the supported types of queries: JPA QL, Hibernate QL and SQL. It allows you
Database Access Improved
The latest IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.2 EAP contains a big number of Database-related functionality changes: Database Console now has its own toolwindow New console-like UI that keeps input and output in one place and retains the highlighting for execution history Keyboard shortcuts for all Console actions are now configurable Per-result Page Up, Page Down and Refresh actions Complete support for In-
Drag’n’Drop in Database Diagram
Since IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.2 Database Diagram supports drag-and-drop for adding more tables to the view. The screenshot below shows the way to access the diagram if you somehow missed the What's New in 9.0 page. You can try this right now in the latest EAP.
PostgreSQL Dialect Support
Maia release is closing in, and yet we have not run out of useful features to announce. Next EAP brings you a long-awaited support of PostgreSQL dialect. Just as with all others, you can set it at project, folder, or individual file levels either via Project Settings section of Settings dialog, or by invoking a quick-fix on any error marker inside of an .sql file with Alt+Enter shortcut.
Show Parameter Info in SQL
In Maia the Show Parameter Info action (Ctrl+P) is available in SQL function calls and value expressions.
Derby SQL Dialect Support
Maia brings you the support of Apache Derby SQL dialect. Just as with all others, you can set it at project, folder and individual file levels either via Project Settings section of Settings dialog:Or by invoking a quick-fix on any error marker inside of an .sql file with Alt+Enter shortcut:
Full-Fledged SQL Editor
As you know, IntelliJ IDEA 8.0 has brought you a full-fledged SQL editor to make the database development a real pleasure. If you've been too busy to read about all the countless new release features, visit the SQL editor page, or even the complete new features list to fill up the gaps. Today's news is that we've created a live demo that gives an overview of the core SQL editor features: Codin
SQL Query Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA
SQL Query plugin is one of the top-ten downloaded IntelliJ IDEA plugins. It allows executing SQL statements through a JDBC connection right from IntelliJ IDEA. It provides you with a syntax highlighting, allows you to work with multiple open queries, save and load queries, and a lot more. The plugin also helps you to browse for database structure showing you data types, procedures, functions, tab