VS 2005 upgrade from 2003 ... question ...

Posted on 2007-07-25
Last Modified: 2013-11-26
I upgraded to VS 2005 from 2003.  I am still using SQLServer 2000.

This might sound like a question from a newb, and you are right (I'll always be a newb)...

In the TOOLBOX ... I only now see Sqldatasource when I used to see Sqldataadapter, Sqldatacommand, and Sqlcommand.  Now they are gone.  

The reason this frustrates me is because in vs2003 I was used to the old toolbox options, and do not see the new ones.  Am I missing something?  I still want to do things the old way rather than relearning because I am now in a hurry to complete something!

Thanks Dale
Question by:DalerTheWhaler
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    Expert Comment

    Things change!

    You can right click on the toolbox, select choose itens and select from .net framework component the Sqldatasource, Sqldataadapter, etc

    Author Comment

    When I right-click on the toolbox
    I can only choose from "Server Explorer" or "Toolbox"

    If I left click I get my listing of Standard, Data, Validation, etc
    LVL 48

    Accepted Solution

    right-click over any control ( button, label, etc)

    Author Comment


    Good job!

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