Category Archives: Visual Studio 2012

Entity Data Modeling with Visual Studio

While there are a lot of tools out there for data modeling, there is one option that is free if you have Visual Studio.  It’s called the Entity Data Model Designer.  It works well if you need a quick-and-dirty way to create … Continue reading

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Visual Studio 2012 now supports BI!

My most popular blog has been Visual Studio 2012 does not support BI.  In short, this means VS 2012 does not support SSAS, SSIS, or SSRS.  Well, not anymore!  Just released is Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools – Business Intelligence for … Continue reading

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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

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