I am using Visual Studio Database Edition to script numerous databases. Most of the databases have references together - for instance, view in database A might do choose ... from B..TableX
This works fine as lengthy as database B is another project within the solution. The issue is available in after i have objects in database A referencing database B and database B referencing objects in database A. It appears like Visual Studio must build the projects so as that is clearly difficult within this situation.
How can you cope with circular references between database projects in Visual Studio database edition?
Certainly an inconvenience. I have worked with this particular by initially setting individual objects in project A that are determined by project B to "not build" (right click object>properties). Then building the project. Once this completes you are able to build project B. After which return and hang the objects in Project A to "build".