Getting started with DataGrip
DataGrip is a database management environment for developers. It is designed to query, create and manage databases. Databases can work locally, on a server, or in the cloud. Supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and 12 more. If you have a JDBC driver, you can add a support for your vendor.
To get a quick tour of basic DataGrip features, see an introduction video by Paul Everitt.
First steps with DataGrip
|Install and run||Connect to a database||Run a query|
Learn how to install DataGrip, run DataGrip for the first time, and get a quick UI reference.
Connect to a database, use the SSH connection, connect to a cloud database.
Open a database console and run a query.
|Work with query results||Use keyboard shortcuts||Get help from JetBrains|
Review query results, save them to a file or copy to a clipboard, compare two result sets.
Speed up your performance in DataGrip with keyboard shortcuts.
Still feeling puzzled, let us know and we will help.
Improve your skills
|Share your data sources||Navigation basics||Working with a source code|
Share your data source settings between different projects, different computers, and IDE installations.
Navigate to newly-created or already-existed objects in your code. Use the Navigate to a symbol action to find objects by their name.
Generate and complete your code, quickly find usages, analyze received results.
|Smart editor||Search for everything||Language injections|
Transform and move blocks of code, use multi-cursors, format code according to a specific style, and much more.
Search for a usage of any object in DataGrip, replace object names with the help of regular expressions, and exclude and include found items in your refactoring.
Inject HTML, CSS, XML, RegExp, and other XML-like languages into your SQL code.
Boost your IDE experience
|Extend DataGrip functionality||Tutorials||Fresh news about DataGrip|
Add the HTTP client for REST queries, version control systems (VCS), Upsource, or find a plugin to your liking.
Learn how to use search, export data, or connect to Microsoft SQL Server. Step-by-step instructions cover beginner basics and advanced techniques.
Learn the latest news, master the latest features, and always stay tuned to DataGrip development.