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I just spent a fortune registering Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008 web edition.

Now I'm trying to add a data connection to my visual studio 2008 project. I added the data source and the servername, did a test connection and it tests okay, but when I click OK to save it, it pops open a message box:

"This server version is not supported. Only servers up to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 are supported."

What do I do now? I have the latest versions of microsoft products but can't use them together? How will I ever use 2008 with my web projects?

thanks.

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