|DataGrip 2021 Adds Azure MFA support|
|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Thursday, 01 April 2021|
JetBrains DataGrip has been updated with support for Azure MFA and the ability to edit data in MongoDB via its UI. This is the first of DataGrip's regular updates in 2021, hence the version number of 2021.1.
DataGrip is a combination of an intelligent SQL editor and collection of database tools packed together and running on top of the IntelliJ platform.DataGrip supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MongoDB, Azure, DB2 and Hive among its list of 21 supported formats.
The first improvement to the new release is support for Azure MFA. multifactor authentication, which involves users having to provide an additional form of identification such as a code entered on their cellphone or a fingerprint scan. Azure's use of this caused problems for DataGrip users in earlier releases as there wasn't a way to provide the second part of the authentication, so the addition is an important improvement.
The second improvement in this release is the ability to edit data in MongoDB via the UI. Navigation in the UI has also been improved to be more streamlined and straightforward.
Other improvements include the introduction of the ORDER BY field in the data editor to make it possible to include this in your SQL statements. There are also enhancements in sorting, a new toolbar in the data editor and easy copy-paste of data sources. Other more minor improvements in the data editor include easier sorting because the sorting isn't 'stacked' by default; the ability to use predefined sorting for tables; and an option to always transpose the result if it contains a single row. You can also now use ambiguous column names when using the CTE temporary result set.
The developers say that all the DataGrip 2021.1 updates are aimed at making the operations faster and more convenient for developers.
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|Last Updated ( Thursday, 01 April 2021 )|