DataGrip 2021.2 Help

Rows

You can add, edit, or delete rows in the data editor.

rows in the data editor

Manipulating rows

Add a row

  1. Click the Add Row icon (The Add New Row icon) on the toolbar. Alternatively, right-click the table and select Add Row from the context menu.

  2. Press Alt+Insert.

Delete a row

  1. Select a row or rows.

    To select multiple rows, click numbers in the gutter. Also, you can press Ctrl and click the necessary rows.

  2. Click the Delete Row icon (the Delete Row icon) on the toolbar. Alternatively, press Ctrl+Y or Delete.

Remove all rows in a table

  • Right-click a table and navigate to Database Tools | Truncate....

    Remove all rows in a table

Clone rows

  • You can clone a selected row. The copy of the row is added to the end of the table.

    To clone a row, right-click the row and select Clone Row. Alternatively, select the row and press Ctrl+D.

    Clone a row

Set the number of rows in the data editor

Set a number of rows in the result set

  • By default, when you issue a query, the number of returned rows is limited to 500. This limitation is introduced to avoid an overload (for example, when your SELECT statement returns one million rows).

    To change this limit, open settings settings Ctrl+Alt+S and navigate to Database | Data Views. In the Limit page size to field, specify a new number. To disable the limitation, clear the Limit page size to checkbox.

    Also, you can click the Change page size list in the editor, and select a predefined value.

    Change a number of rows in the result set

Make all rows visible simultaneously

  1. Open settings Ctrl+Alt+S and navigate to Database | Data Views.

  2. Clear the Limit page size to checkbox, and click OK.

  3. Click the Refresh button the Refresh button or press Ctrl+F5 to refresh the table view.

This chapter describes how you can navigate between related rows of one or several tables. For example, you can use this functionality to navigate between tables by using primary or foreign keys.

Depending on the value of the Limit page size to parameter, the result set might be divided into several pages. For example, you set the Limit page size to parameter to 100, but your query returned 200 rows. You will have two pages of rows, with 100 rows on each page. To navigate between pages, use the following controls:

  • The first page icon: Navigates to the first page of the result set.

  • The previous page icon: Navigates to the previous page of the result set. Alternatively, press Ctrl+Alt+Up.

  • The next page icon: Navigates to the next page of the result set. Alternatively, press Ctrl+Alt+Down.

  • Go to the last page icon: Navigates to the last page of the result set.

Go to a specified row

  • To navigate to a row with a specified number, right-click the table and select Go To | Row Ctrl+G. In the Go to Row dialog, specify the row number and click OK.

    Go to a specified row
  • Right-click an object in the data editor and navigate to Go To | DDL. Alternatively, open the Go to Action dialog by pressing Ctrl+Shift+A and type DDL.

    Go to a related symbol
  1. Right-click the column in the table and select Go To. In the Go To submenu, you can select to which type of related rows you want to navigate.

    • Referenced Rows: rows that are referenced by the current object.

    • Referencing Rows: rows that are referencing the current object.

    • All Related Rows: both referenced and referencing rows.

    Referenced and referencing data
  2. If the Choose Target popup appears, select a table and a row. The information is divided in the following categories:

    • Referenced Rows Only/ Referencing Rows Only: shows all the rows that are referenced or referencing the selected object.

    • First Referenced Row/ First Referencing Row: shows the first occurrence of the matched row. This option performs multiple queries to calculate an offset of the first value occurrence.

    Also, you can watch the Navigate by foreign keys video at youtube.com for another example.

    Navigate between related rows
Last modified: 27 August 2021