Run a query
To run a query, use a database console. The database console is an SQL file where you can compose and execute SQL statements. When you create a data source, a database console is created automatically. For more information about database consoles, see Database consoles.
Create a database console
To create a console, use one of the following actions in the Database tool window ( ).
Click a data source and select.
Right-click a data source and select.
Click a data source, press Alt+Insert, and select Console.
Click a data source, press Ctrl+Shift+F10, and select New console.
Open a console
In the Files tool window ( ), navigate to , double-click a console file.
In the Database tool window, click the Jump to console icon () and select a console.
Click a data source, press F4, and select the console that you need.
Execute an SQL statement
Place the cursor within the statement.
Press Ctrl+Enter. Alternatively, click the Execute icon on the toolbar.
If you have several statements, select whether you want to execute all statements or a single statement. The suggestion list always contains an item for running all the statements.
Attach a directory with SQL files
In the Files tool window, right-click any area and select Attach directory.
Navigate to the directory that you want to attach.
Run existing SQL files
Right-click the file that you want to run and select Run <file_name>.
Select a data source against which you want to run a file.
Run SQL files from the editor window
Double click an SQL file to open it in DataGrip.
From the <console> drop-down list, select a console file that you want to use.
Click the Run icon (Shift+F10).
Select statements that you want to execute and press Enter.