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Invalid Object name in Sql Server Database

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As a dbOwner I am receiving the Invalid Object name  message on a table I just created and I see in the database.

How could that be?
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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>Invalid Object name
can happen if you created with a specific owner (normally, it's dbo), and then try to query the table without specifying that same owner, unless it is dbo or the same user as the current connection
or simply you are connected to another database in the sql sheet...
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jonnidip earned 500 total points
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...or (assuming you are using SSMS), you need to refresh your Intellisense cache (CTRL+SHIFT+R)...
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That's what it was.
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