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Setting Up SQL Server CE

Posted on 2009-03-30
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I am trying to set up a connection to SQL Server CE. I am using Visual Studio 2008. The connection string I am using is below. There is a password on the DB. Any assistance on how to create my connection string is appreciated.
"Data Source=Mobile Device\ASTD_Grade.sdf;Persist Security Info=True"

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