Run the current file
On top of running applications from the editor, you can run single files using a dedicated option on the toolbar. The run and debug buttons are active and allow you to instantly run the currently opened file.
In the editor, open the file that you want to run.
Click next to the Current File option on the toolbar.
You can access other runners from the submenu as well: expand the list and click the right arrow next to Current File. From the menu that opens, you can debug the code, run it with coverage, profile it, or open the run configuration to specify more options.
Run an SQL file for several data sources
In the Project tool window (Alt+1), select file or files that you want to run.
Right-click the selection and invoke Run <configuration_name> (or press Ctrl+Shift+F10). This action creates a temporary run configuration.
In the Edit Configuration window that opens, click Add in the Target data source / schema pane and select data sources or schemes against which you want to run the selected files.
You can click Recent to select data sources that you used recently.
Run files by using run configurations
Depending on your purposes, you can edit existing or create new configurations. For more information about editing you configurations, see Run/debug configurations.
Open the Run/Debug Configuration dialog in one of the following ways:
Selectfrom the main menu.
With the Navigation bar visible ( ), choose from the run/debug configuration selector.
Press Alt+Shift+F10 and then press 0.
In the Run/Debug Configuration dialog, click the Add New Configuration icon () and select Database Script.
The fields that appear in the right-hand pane display the default settings for the selected configuration type.
Target data source / schema: databases or schemas against which you want to run your database scripts. This setting is dialect-dependent.
If you select a data source as a target, IntelliJ IDEA displays a schema in which the script will be run. It is the default schema.
Script text: script that you want to run.
Script files: SQL files that you want to run. To add files, click the Add button () and navigate to files that you want to run. If a script contains schema switching, you will see a warning ().
Data source (utPLSQL and tSQLt): a name of a data source. utPLSQL supports Oracle. tSQLt supports Microsoft SQL Server.
Database (tSQLt): a name of the Microsoft SQL Server database.
Paths (utPLSQL and tSQLt): a qualified path to the testing package.
Tags (utPLSQL): tags of tests that you want to run. Use semicolon (
;) as separator.
Apply the changes and close the dialog.
Click the Run <configuration_name> button .