Category Archives: Visual Studio 2010

Managing Schemas And Source Control For Databases

Visual Studio has a project type called “Database Project” that is used to manage a database schema and allows for easy integration with source control.  Visual Studio Database Projects have been known by a few different names down the years … Continue reading

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Visual Studio 2012 does not support BI

UPDATE 3/6/13: VS 2012 now supports BI!  Check out Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools – Business Intelligence for Visual Studio 2012 In the same vein as my post Watch out, Visual Studio 2010 does not support BI, Visual Studio 2012 does … Continue reading

Posted in Business Intelligence, SQL Server, SQLServerPedia Syndication, SSAS, SSDT/Juneau, SSIS, SSRS, Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2012 | 33 Comments

BIDS Helper 1.6 for SQL Server 2012 released

BIDS helper is Visual Studio add-in with features that extend and enhance the functionality of the SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 BI Development Studio, and now supports SQL Server 2012 (including tabular mode) and Visual Studio 2010 (SSDT).  Version 1.6 … Continue reading

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SQL Server 2012 (“Denali”): SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), codename ‘Juneau”

SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), codename “Juneau”, is the name for the new SQL Server Development Tool to be released along with the next version of SQL Server 2012, codenamed “Denali“.  Its purpose is to provide a single development environment for … Continue reading

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Watch out, Visual Studio 2010 does not support BI

When Visual Studio 2010 was released about a year ago, I was very excited and wanted to quickly open up a SSAS project created in VS 2008 to see the new features that were available in VS 2010.  So I copied … Continue reading

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