.NET change data source for table adapter- WHERE IS THE SOURCE FOR CONNECTION STRING?

Posted on 2007-10-16
Last Modified: 2013-11-07
I have a C# .NET WINFORMS app that uses many datasources for Table Adapters pointing to SQL database.  The application was developed with the data sources pointing to my TEST db.  Now that I am moving to PRODUCTION db, how do I redirect the datasource?

Essential I am asking "Where is the code for the connection string for the Data Source?"
Question by:MGothelf
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    You will most likely find it in the app.config file.

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