Problem with Visual Studio 2010 and SQL Server 2008.

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Hello friends! I am new here in this forum. I have a simple question. I am using Visual Studio 2010. But the SQL Server 2008 that comes with it does not have Management Studio with it. So I have installed SQL Server 2008 again seperately in my machine. Now I want to know how to attach SQL Server 2008 with Visual Studio 2010. Can any body help?

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  • carlosdl
    What do you mean by: "how to attach SQL Server 2008 with Visual Studio 2010" ? Can you add some clarification, please ?
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  • Imraja
    I mean, in my project I am using Visual Studio 2010. It already contain SQL Server 2008 with it, right? But the problem is this SQL Server 2008 does not contain Management Studio. So I want to have SQL Server 2008 separately. Now I want to know how to use this SQL Server with Visual Studio.
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  • carlosdl
    When you install Visual Studio an express edidion of SQL Server is installed as well, but that doesn't mean that SQL Server is part of Visual Studio. It doesn't matter whether you installed it separately or with Visual Studio. Your projects will need to be coded/configured to connect to the database in the same way.
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