DataGrip 2021.2 Help

Amazon Redshift

  1. Open data source properties. You can open data source properties by using one of the following options:

    • Navigate to File | Data Sources.

    • Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S.

    • In the Database tool window (View | Tool Windows | Database), click the Data Source Properties icon The Data Source Properties icon.

  2. On the Data Sources tab in the Data Sources and Drivers dialog, click the Add icon (The Add icon) and select Amazon Redshift.

  3. At the bottom of the data source settings area, click the Download missing driver files link. As you click this link, DataGrip downloads drivers that are required to interact with a database. To decrease the size of the installation package and keep driver versions up-to-date, drivers are not bundled with the IDE.

    You can specify your own drivers for the data source if you do not want to download the provided drivers. For more information about creating a database connection with your driver, see Add a user driver to an existing connection.

  4. From the Connection type list, select a type of connection that you want to use:

    • Default: connect by using Host, Port, and Database.

    • IAM cluster/region: connect by using Database, Region, and Cluster.

    • URL only: connect by using the JDBC URL that you can copy in settings of your Amazon Redshift cluster.

    Connection type
  5. From the Authentication list, select an authentication method.

    • pgpass: by using the PGPASS file. You can store this file in the user's home directory (for example, /Users/jetbrains/.pgpass). You can read more about the password file in The Password File at postgresql.org.

    • User & Password: by using your login and password.

    • AWS profile: by using a named profile. A named profile is a collection of settings and credentials that you can use for authentication. Named profiles are stored in CREDENTIALS files. Default directories for these files are ~/.aws/credentials (Linux and macOS) and %USERPROFILE%\.aws\credentials (Windows).

    Authentication
  6. In your Redshift dashboard, create a Redshift cluster.

    For more information about the Amazon Redshift cluster, read Getting Started with Amazon Redshift.

  7. In settings of the Redshift cluster, copy the JDBC URL.

  8. Paste the JDBC URL from the Redshift cluster settings to the URL field in DataGrip.

  9. In User and Password fields, specify your Redshift credentials.

  10. To ensure that the connection to the data source is successful, click the Test Connection link.

Last modified: 08 April 2021