Lançamentos do DataGrip

Released: Jul 27, 2021

Atualizações na 2021.2.x


Updated Oct 8, 2021


  • [Vertica] Added support for the LIMIT OVER syntax.
  • [PostgreSQL] Added support for custom search paths inside routine definitions.


  • [Oracle] The Driver class 'Files' not found warning is no longer falsely triggered when connecting via TNS.
  • Directories are now attached correctly.
  • [Oracle] Fixed the bug that occurred when trying to alter a table that contained a partitioned table with an "update indexes" expression.


Updated Sep 30, 2021


Released: Apr 1, 2021

Atualizações na 2021.1.x


Updated Jun 8, 2021


  • Fixed problem of bad handshakes with old servers:
    • Due to their security policy, Java dropped the usage of the TLSv1 and TLSv1.1 protocols. This caused a problem when connecting to old servers that accept only these protocols. As a fix, you now have the ability to explicitly turn on these protocols, though you need to keep in mind that doing so results in vulnerability issues.
    • There may also be problems connecting to MySQL, even if the database supports the...

Released: Nov 25, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.3.x


Updated Jan 28, 2021


  • The problem with freezes on Test Connection has been fixed.
  • Athena introspection works again.
  • The Submit changes immediately option is back.
  • The JDBC URL is not pasted in the data source name by default.


Updated Dec 24, 2020


  • Added support for Apple Silicon.
  • Added new forgotten comma inspection.
  • Added new Inline CTE which allows you to create a subquery instead of using common table expressions.
  • All MongoDB SSL modes are now available.


Released: Jul 28, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.2.x


Updated Sep 17, 2020


  • The username and password fields no longer disappear.
  • When updating the source code, if a new version contains errors and fails to be submitted, you’ll now see a prompt to restore the previous version.
  • [SQL Server] Submit changes to database works again for procedures.


Updated Aug 19, 2020


  • Bug causing the parameters pop-up to appear instead of the context menu has been fixed.
  • No more freezes when editing CSV files.
  • Code completion inside OVER...

Released: Jun 25, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.1.5


  • Added new quick-fix: 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.
  • Renamed migration buttons in schema comparator to make it clearer what they actually do.
  • If you create a DDL data source, the sources folder will now automatically be attached to the project.
  • If you try to change the DDL of the target table during the data import process, DataGrip will now double-check...

Released: May 29, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.1.4


  • Fixed a time zone error affecting PostgreSQL versions prior to 10.
  • DataGrip no longer refreshes the database after running a query in read-only mode.
  • Targets in the Run Configuration dialog are now filtered by dialect.

Released: Apr 30, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.1.3


  • The data editor tab now appears automatically for CSV files.
  • Pasting to the data editor now automatically creates new rows.
  • The data editor now allows for scrolling beyond the last row.
  • The file name is now pre-selected in the dump data dialog.
  • The dedicated node for trigger functions has now been added to the database tree view.
  • [MongoDB]: Collection references specified as string literals are now resolved correctly.
  • [Redshift] Support for the syntax of materialized views has...

Released: Apr 22, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.1.2


  • Fixed problem that caused extremely high CPU usage.

Released: Apr 20, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.1.1


  • Using Cmd/Alt+1 to open the Database tree view also passes focus to it.
  • Always Select Opened Element in the Services tool window can be disabled.
  • Parts of cells from in-editor results can be copied.

Released: Apr 6, 2020

Atualizações na 2020.1


Run configurations

  • Configuration for running script files - Before, you could only run files one by one. This could be especially frustrating if the files included dependencies and the order was crucial. Now, you can run several files at once. Choosing to run multiple files creates the run configuration. In this configuration, you can reorder the files, add new ones, and run other programs or configurations before launch. Your run configuration will be saved automatically. If you...