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Old April 3rd, 2013, 03:02 AM
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It sounds like you're still using SQL Server 2012 as there are limitations as the type of objects you can create and manage from within VS for that version of SQL Server.

What are the names of your SQL Server instances and versions? Is .\Express SQL 2008 or 2012? Also, in VS, what do you have under Tool | Options | Database Tools | Data Connections | SQL Server Instance Name?

If it keeps failing, just SQ: Server Management Studio to manage the tables.

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