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A Developer’s Guide to SQL Server 2005 by Dan Sullivan, Bob Beauchemin

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C. Visual Studio 2005 Integration: SQL Server Projects

THROUGHOUT THE BOOK, everything we have done can be accomplished with nothing more than the command line, a text editor, the command-line compilers, and the command-line utilities that ship with SQL Server 2005. Most developers today, however, are accustomed to using productivity-enhancing development tools—code editors with IntelliSense, tools to define database schemas, and so on. In fact, Microsoft is renowned for its development tools and Integrated Development Environments (IDEs).

Visual Studio 2005

The primary development tool for the great majority of developers working with SQL Server 2005 is Visual Studio 2005. Visual Studio has always had solid integration with SQL Server; with ...

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