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Default VS2005 database project

Hi

I am trying to move the stored procedures in server explorer to a database project in solution explorer (so that it is added to version control). It works fine if I move the stored proc's one by one..but when I select multiple stored procedures in server explorer to move it puts all of the in one script file and not independently as they appear in server explorer. One work around is script them to a local folder and and them as existing ..but I am trying to add them by drag and drop..I was able to do this with VS2003.

Is there any property setting to be changed to accomplish this.

Thanks.







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