I have SSMS 2014 installed on my desktop, and many 2012 and 2014 databases running in our data center, so far I found one database (database A) doesn't have IntelliSense working, e.g. typing: SELECT ...
Can anyone point me in the right direction for an SSMS intellisense replacement that will show the object descriptions in the popup? This will help speed up onboarding as well as making myself ...
I did most of the solutions provided here. I know about enabling IntelliSense clearing the cache connecting to a server >= SQL Server 2008 using the latest SQL Server Service Pack and it works ...
According to this answer about contained database disadvantages: If you connect to a contained database as a contained user, SSMS will not fully support IntelliSense. You'll get basic ...
This problem is really proving to be a tricky one (and quite annoying). In SQL Server Management Studio 2008, up until a few days ago my IntelliSense was working great. Then all of a sudden it ...
I'm working off an SQL 2008 instance that sits on our intranet. All is fine except that sometimes intellisense is there and working and sometimes it isn't. Its a pretty fast network so I don't imagine ...
Is there any trick that allows to use Management Studio's (ver. 2008) IntelliSense feature with earlier versions of SQL Server?
Latest version of Management Studio (i.e. the one that ships with SQL Server 2008) finally has a Transact-SQL IntelliSense feature. However, out-of-the-box it only works with SQL Server 2008 ...