MSSQL SERVER 2008 – IntelliSense Does Not Work

Last few months ago I have upgraded Visual Studio 2010 ultimate with service pack 1. But unfortunately my SQL Server Management Studio(SSMS) 2008 intellisense not working. After searching I got that it is a common problem. Please have visit here.

To fix it just install SQL Server 2008 r2 SP1. You can download it from here.

If it is not working please check the following issues it may solve your problem.

  • Verify that the T-SQL Editor does not launch in SQLCMD mode Under Tools->Options->Query Execution->SQL Server->General, make sure “By default, open new queries in SQLCMD mode” is unchecked.
  • Go to Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> Transact-SQL -> General -> IntelliSense
    Select Auto List Members and Check Parameter Information.
  • IntelliSense should be refreshed with the latest changes in database.
    1. Press CTRL+SHIFT+R
    2. Go to Edit -> IntelliSense -> Refresh Local Cache

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