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  • Blog Post: msdb Database projects are now available on Microsoft Code Gallery

    You can now download the sample msdb database projects from Microsoft Code Gall ery to create cross database references between your database project schema objects and the schema objects that reside within the msdb database. We have provided msdb database projects for both Visual Studio Team System...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals releases it's first power tools

    Just after we released the first SR for DB Pro, we turned around and released the power tools right on top. The goal of the powertools is to add additional enhancements to the version 1 of DBPro. This is the first in a series of power tools releases and includes the following functionality TSQL...
  • Blog Post: Service Release 1 (SR1) update for Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals has shipped

    Folks I am happy to announce that the Service Release for Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals has shipped You can download the SR from the following locations The English download center page is at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9810808c...
  • Blog Post: We want to hear your feedback on teh CTP of VSTE for Database Professionals Service Release

    Folks We would really love to hear your feedback on the recent CTP of VSTE for Database Professionals Service Release. Have you experienced any issues from using the product? What did you like/did not like about the new functionality that was introduced? mairead
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals Service Release CTP is Available

    Overview We’re very happy to announce the first public CTP of Service Release for the recently launched Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals. This Service Release addresses issues that were found through a combination of customer or partners feedback, as well as internal testing...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Service Release 1

    Folks We have just announced that there will be a service release for Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals due to be released in first half of ’07. Check out Gert’s (aka Data Dude) blog for more details J mairead
  • Blog Post: Visual Designers in Database Professionals

    In order to increase developers productivity for creating schema objects traditionally in Visual Studio or SQL Server, you were able to leverage the Table Designer, Check Constraint, Foreign Key, Full Text Index, XML index, index editors and view designer. Now that V1 is out the door, we're potentially...
  • Blog Post: Do you use Database Diagrams?

    Like my recent post on database projects, we would like to understand your current usage of the Database Diagrams feature which shipped as part of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. Getting feedback on your usage, helps us to get a deeper understanding of the issues you are trying to solve and what...
  • Blog Post: Have you been using the VS 2005 Database Project or VS 2003 Database Projects - We want to hear from you

    Folks Some of you may be familiar with the old database projects in Visual Studio 2005, 2003 and earlier versions.....here are a few images to help you recap You can store items such as create objects scripts, change scripts and queries files etc. If you do use this project flavor, we are...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals has released

    In case you missed it, we Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals has released. Check out Matt's blog posting for the details You can now download the trial edition from here As you can imagine we are super happy with the V1 release and happy to get it into the hands of the database...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the release date of Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals

    You may have heard this already but we have announced the release date of Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals to be November 30th 2006. On that date we plan to RTM which means in Microsoft terminology Release to Manufacturing.Check out our MSDN product site for more information
  • Blog Post: We're hear at Tech Ed Barcelona in the Ask the Expert section

    Folks Both Dmitriy and I am here at Tech Ed Developer Barcelona to answer all your questions related to Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals. Please do stop by at the Ask the Expects section and let us know how you are getting on using the product or if you have any questions on the...
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