This is extremely frustrating. I had bought MS VS 2005, years ago, and generally liked it. I installed MS SQL 2005 (developer's edition) and found it easy to work with (though I haven't figured out how to create new login credentials on it -
but that isn't a problem in my present context). It appears to me that my problem is due to the clients for SQL server being incorporated and hidden somewhere inthe interface of MSVS 2010 from being apparently individual programs I am familiar with using.
My employer just bought me a new machine (because my existing workstation was too heavily loaded), and required me to install both MS VS 2005 and MS VS 2010. As part of my installation of MS VS 2005 on this machine, I installed MS SQL Server 2005 (but
had forgotten to install teh corresponding clients). And then I installed MSVS 2010. When I noticed the clients I was used to had not been installed, I went to install them and failed with an error message that a more recent version had been
installed. The old machine is runnign Windows XP and the new one is using Windows 7 Pro, if that matters.
The problem is that I can not find the equivalent of Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio in MS VS 2010. So I am at loss as to where the tools are in VS2010 to create new databases, tables, &c. More annoyingly, I can not find the
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