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Good Day! Would be appreciate if there is solution for the following problem: - In VB.Net of Visual Studio.Net 2003, developer can click and drag a table listed in the Server Explorer from a connected database to the form. This will add OleDbConnection control and OleDbDataAdapter control to the form . Developer can also Click Data -> Generate Dataset to generate dataset. - Would like to know can all the processes mentioned above be done in Microsoft Free Download of Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition? Thanks for any feedback, really appreciate it! For your information: Processes Screen Shot as in VB.Net of Visual Studio.Net 2003 http://aycu23.webshots.com/image/6142/2004235535092293225_rs.jpg http://aycu06.webshots.com/image/4765/2004236376857640033_rs.jpg

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I’m in the process of migrating to VB.Net from VB 6 and I’ve seen this functionality in the Express Ddition. From what I can tell the Express Edition is the same as the Pro Edition of VS 2005 without all the other tools of VS.

Good luck.

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