In DataGrip, you can enable a terminal emulator for working with your command-line shell from inside the IDE. Use it to run Git commands, set file permissions, and perform other command-line tasks without switching to a dedicated terminal application.
Install the Terminal plugin
This functionality relies on the Terminal plugin, which you need to install and enable.
Press Control+Alt+S to open the IDE settings and then select.
Open the Marketplace tab, find the Terminal plugin, and click Install (restart the IDE if prompted).
Initially, the terminal emulator runs with your default system shell, but it supports many other shells, such as Windows PowerShell, Command Prompt cmd.exe,
csh, and so on. For more information about changing the shell, refer to Terminal settings.
Open the Terminal tool window
Go toor press Alt+F12.
By default, the terminal emulator runs with the current directory set to the root directory of the current database. For more information about changing the default start directory, refer to Terminal settings.
Right-click any file (for example, in the Files tool window or any open editor tab) and select to open the Terminal tool window with a new session in the directory of that file.
Start a new local session
To start a new session in a separate tab, click on the toolbar.
To run multiple sessions inside a tab, right-click the tab and select Split Right or Split Down in the context menu.
The Terminal saves tabs and sessions when you close the database or DataGrip. It preserves tab names, the current working directory, and even the shell history.
To close a tab, click on the Terminal toolbar.
Press Alt+ArrowRight and Alt+ArrowLeft to switch between active tabs. Alternatively, you can press Alt+ArrowDown to see the list of all terminal tabs.
Start a new SSH session
On the toolbar, click .
Click New SSH Session, enter the address of a host to which you want to connect, and provide authentication data.
Or, if you have configured SSH configurations, you can select one of them from the list.
To terminate the connection, click in the terminal tab.
Rename terminal tab
Right-click the tab and select Rename Session from the context menu.
Search in terminal
To search for a certain string in a Terminal session, press Control+F. This searches all text in the session: the prompt, commands, and output.
By default, the search is not case-sensitive. You can click Match case in the search box to make it case-sensitive.
Configure the terminal emulator
Press Control+Alt+S to open the IDE settings and then select Terminal settings.. For more information, refer to