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I HAVE INSTALLED VISUAL STUDIO.NET 2005
SQL SERVER 2005 IS ALSO INSTALLED AS DEFAULT SERVER
I DON'T FIND ENTERPRISE MANAGER IN IT
HOW CAN WE CREATE DATABASE WITHIN IT

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The new "Enterprise Manager" is called SQL Server Management Studio or SQL Server Management Studio Express if you're using the free version. You should download this and use it. You can also use Server Explorer, in Visual Studio, but it's not as powerful, and I think a little more cumbersome.

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Yes, while VS provides tools to manage databases, they provide less then full functionality. If you are using the free version of 2005, its Enterprise Manager type application is similiar to Enterprise Manager in SQL Server 2000 but the interface has been completely revised.

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