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Background: Added a new column to one of the db tables. Updated the DBML file. Updated the Entity Framework.
When attempting to call that new column using linq and a basic where clause ("var x = db.Customer.Where(x => x.Fname =="Test"), I am unable to see the new column I added in the intellisense. If I add it manually it says it doesn't exist.
Back tracked through the context believing this was a simple issue and noticed that when I got back to the model it was metadata.
I believe the issue is that the model did not re-generate when i made a change to the DBML like normal MVC would when you have an EDMX file and you save it. The model is not updating and I cannot manually change it since it is metadata.
Any thoughts or considerations would be awesome at this point :).