noober noober - 1 year ago 57
SQL Question

Stop showing SQL errors in Visual Studio 2010

How can I stop VS2010 showing errors in .sql files, attached to a project? I don't want to check them at all, just C# code. The files are used as resources, Build Action set to Content. I'd like to keep .sql extension for syntax coloring purpose.

Regards,

Answer Source

Looks like your question was answered here: http://stackoverflow.com/a/8593877/2798869:


Visual Studio 2010

Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> Transact-SQL -> IntelliSense

Uncheck "Enable IntelliSense".


Visual Studio 2012 & 2013

Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> SQL Server Tools -> IntelliSense

Uncheck "Underline errors"


Note that you have to close then re-open any .sql files you may have open.