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It is, but not in closest future, to be honest.

First we need to support source code for most of objects and the ability to search through it  — that is what we are working on now.

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Is this anywhere near close to completion yet?

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Yeah, sure: now we support searching through the source code. We started our investigation about the debugger.

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That and execution plan, which is very related for end-users, are two of three reasons why I considered DataGrip. Execution plan is fundamentally broken (DBE-2597). Debugging is now being considered. The last is efficient coding of snippets & patterns which is a something I can't locate.

I will not purchase DataGrip and will tell others to not bother evaluating it. SQL Workbench is about the same imo.

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A stored procedure debugger that works with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and a few others, would be pretty important for taking this product seriously.  As a set of IntelliJ IDEA extra database features that come along with IDEA, this feels like better than nothing.

 

As a standalone product (DataGrip) this product is WEAK TEA.

 

Warren

 

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To be serious standalone product, it must include at least 2 additional features:

- debugger for most important databases

- source code for database objects - schema (and DDL) compare, support versioning, generate diff code and etc

 

For now - I can't understand what any reason to have it if You already have any other of IDEA tools?

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A debugger is a must have indeed... until then i'm going back to sql developper :-/

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A better way to execute stored procedures perhaps ..!! in addition to debugger. So far, weak sauce.

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@Binary Now you can use SQL Generator (Alt+Cmd+G) for executing procedures

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I'm a big fan of idea and (stupid me) recently purchased datagrip assuming it would have a debugger, and just spent past hour looking for it only to land here to find out it doesn't. geez louise  

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+10 to have a debuger in datagrip

I use Rider phpStrom ReSharper  and datagrip

But for oracle package I can't use datagrip and for Sql store procedur and function is a must to have debuger

 

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I have to say, as a PHPStorm user, I don't see the point in DataGrip yet. That said, if it had a debugger, I'd buy it instantly.

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when is the debugger coming?

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All news related to debugger will appear here: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/DBE-424

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@Maxim Sobolevskiy are you planning to release Oracle debugger first, then Postgres and MySQL?

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We don't know yet which is first to come

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So when is it the debugger functionality to be added to datagrip? DBE-424 does not say anything about possible releases, and this should be a high priority instead of normal. This tool really needs the debugger to be a better tool.

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My vote is postgres 1st, Oracle already have debugger in SQL developer, toad and couple of other tools. I'm running idea ultimate so assume debugger will come with that

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+1 for postgres debugger. Would definitely ba a reason to buy this product.

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