Updating data in a database requires updating the schema
All other changes to the conceptual model must be made manually.
For information about updating the conceptual model, see Entity Data Model Tools Tasks.
It will detect the difference and script out the necessary 'Alter Table' script to use in your deployment to Production.
The output above tells us there's a data type difference between the project and the database for an address column.
Instead of putting an 'Alter Table' statement into the database project, instead you edit that original 'Create Table' statement which focuses on the final state that includes the new column.
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