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How to delete a sqlexpress database from the visual 2005

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 09, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
Hello, I created a database in my local sqlexpress server, using the 'Create New SQL server database ..." option in the Server Explorer of VS 2005. How can i delete this database now using VS 2005 ? it seems that the 'Delete' option, only remove the link in the 'Data Conncetions ' folder. Thanks and Regards Denis


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