To import data from a script file, run the file as it is described in Run database code. In addition to script files, you can import a CSV, TSV, or any other text file that contains delimiter-separated values.
Import data to a database
In the Database tool window ( ), right-click a data source.
Select Run SQL Script.
In the Select Path window, navigate to the SQL file that you want to apply.
Import delimiter-separated values into a database
In the Database tool window ( ), right-click a schema or a table and select Import Data from File.
Navigate to the file that contains delimiter-separated values and press Open.
In the Import <file_name> File dialog, specify the data conversion settings and click Import.
Restore a full data dump for MySQL and PostgreSQL
You can restore data dumps by means of the
mysql client utility for MySQL, or pg_restore or psql for PostgreSQL. The pg_restore option is used for custom-format
pg_dump -Fc or directory-format
pg_dump -Fd dumps. The psql option is used for SQL-format dumps.
If you see no restore options in the context menu, verify that you use a correct JDBC URL for the data source.
In the Database tool window ( ), right-click a schema or a database and navigate to:
Restore with "mysql": for MySQL data sources. In the Path to mysql field, specify the path to the MySQL executable (for example, C:\Soft\mysql-8.0.19-winx64\bin\mysql.exe ).
Restore with "pg_restore": for PostgreSQL data sources. The pg_restore option is available for the most of database objects except for the data source level.
Restore with "psql": for PostgreSQL data sources. The psql option is available for the most of database objects except for table and schema levels.
Restore: for PostgreSQL data sources. Includes two tabs: pg_restore and psql.
In the Restore with <dump_tool> dialog, specify the path to the restore tool executable in the Path to <dump_tool> field.
(Optional) Edit the command-line options in the lower part of the dialog.