The pages in the Database section contain the settings related to working with databases and SQL.
The settings in this section relate to showing various information in database consoles.
Show query results in new tab
| You can select to view query results on individual tabs, or on one and the same tab. |
If the checkbox is selected, a new tab with the query result will open each time you run a query (
If this checkbox is not selected, the same tab is used to show your query results. When you run a query, the information on the tab is updated to show the result, and a new tab doesn't open.
In this case, when you get the result that you want to keep, you can pin the tab to the tool window ( on the toolbar or Pin Tab in the context menu for the tab).
Show error notifications in editor
| If this checkbox is not selected, the information about the errors is shown only in the output pane. If, in addition, you want the error notification bar to appear in the input pane, select the checkbox. |
The error notification bar may be particularly useful when running sequences of SQL statements. If an error occurs in such cases, the error notification bar lets you select how to react.
For more information, seeUsing the error notification bar.
Always review parameters before execution
| When you run a statement with parameters, RubyMine memorizes the parameter values. Each next time you execute the statement: |
Track creation and deletion of databases/schemas
| When you create a new schema or database, or delete a schema or database (see e.g. Creating a database or schema): |
Execute in Console
This section contains the options for the Execute command. You can assign up to three different execute configurations, each with its own behavior and shortcut.
When inside a statement execute
| If the cursor is inside a statement, the following options are available: |
| If the cursor is outside of a statement, e.g. on a blank line or within a comment, the following options are available: |
for selection execute
| If something is currently selected, the following options are available: |
This section contains the settings for the quick documentation view, seeView quick documentation.
Show first rows
When showing quick documentation for a table, include data for a number of first rows.
Number of preview rows
The number of rows to be shown for a table in the quick documentation view.
Show confirmation on close
| When trying to close the Add Database, the Add Schema or the Create / Modify Table dialog by clicking Cancel or pressingEscape: |