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Default add new datasource doesn't have database option

im working with Horton's VC++ 2005 book but using Visual Studio 2008. i start with a new C++ / CLR / Windows forms project. On the data sources tab i click add " new data source ... ". The Data Source Configuration Wizard pops up on the Choose a Data Source page. But the only choice available is "Object" and i need the "database" to use with either an Access database or an SQL server compact database file. When i do the corresponding thing in Visual Basic, the "database" option is available and it works. What should i do?






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