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BOOK: Beginning SQL Server 2005 Programming ISBN: 978-0-7645-8433-6
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Default Question on debugging in VS05

I have been diligently working through the examples in the book and finally got stuck with something that I can't see how to solve.

On p. 398, the process of debugging a SPROC is addressed. I created the data connection in VS05 and I setup a basic Integration project as suggested. When I right click on the SPROC, I do not have the option to Step Into Stored Procedure. The only option I get is to execute.

I also tried opening the SPROC and went into the debug menu, but again, I can only execute the whole thing at once. Anyone know what I can do with this? There wasn't any other posts that I saw regarding this.

Thanks in advance

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