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When you do this VS will now look for a file in the same directory as the script file you are referencing, and if found will use it for help and intellisense.
The annotated For example, we could use j Query to make a JSON based get request, and get intellisense for the method (hanging off of $.): As well as help/intellisense for the $JSON() method's parameters: The intellisense will continue to work if you nest a callback function within the method call.
Often you don't want to include a Java Script library reference within these files, and instead have this live on the master page or content page the user control is used within.
The problem of course when you do this is that by default VS has no way of knowing that this script is available within the user control - and so won't provide intellisense of it for you.
One way you can enable this is by adding the tag and provide intellisense for it within the user-control.
A useful technique to use for scenarios like the user control one.
I checked the obvious: Troubleshooting Intelli Sense (SQL Server Management Studio) reconfirmed what I already knew and didn't help. This is not a duplicate because while other forum posts list the above steps as "answers" they are not answers for me.
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At first, everything seemed to be going great, until I noticed that Intelli Sense is intermittent. So by intermittent I mean that sometimes I see the list of tables, and sometimes I don't.
By "intermittent" I mean that on the same computer, while working on the same script, Intelli Sense might appear some times and not appear at other times. This just a specific example of how the symptom manifests. I mean that whenever I expect Intellisense to appear, it doesn't always appear.
I also highly recommend the j Query in Action book.
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Is there anything else i can do to fix this problem? It's still supported to use it against SQL Server 2014 (in fact, it's supported to use it against instances as old as SQL Server 2008).