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I realize that this is old information but as I keep forgetting it, I thought I would blog it so I could find it later.
At times like, when you create a new field in a table, or various other things SQL Server Management Studio does not see that new field right away. Thus, the IntelliSense underlines the field name or whatever.
Now, I will admit that after a little searching, I have found the answer on the internet multiple times, but the last one was from this post on Stack Overflow.
All you have to do is a Ctrl + Shift + R to refresh IntelliSense and no more underlines.
So maybe next time I forget I will find my on post on this and not take so long searching the internet. J
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