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A little more info on the SQLite situation. It seems to integrate with Pro version better than the Express but I can still connect to my data base. It works with 2.0 and 3.5 and not 4.0. The other issue with using the Express version is it's lack of Add-In support. That said, I wish I knew when VS 2012 is expected to be out. Any educated guess?
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I've heard guesses from 2Q to 4Q. My uneducated wild guess is perhaps 3Q or 4Q?
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Ok, I hope I can wait...I will try.
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