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SQL Server Business Intelligence overwrote Visual Studio Express Web Development

Posted on 2009-05-04
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Hello Experts, I originally installed VS 2008 Express including AJAX and it worked fine, I then later installed SQL Server Express 2008 w/ Advanced Features which included Business Intelligence Dev. Studio.  Now when I open Visual Studio the only Projects I have available are the BI tools - Reporting, Analysis etc.  How can keep the BI tools which I do want, but also get back the Web Development tools ?  I searched and didn't see anything so pointing me to an existing post is fine.  Thanks.

Here is the info on what I have now:

Microsoft Visual Studio 2008
Version 9.0.30729.1 SP
Microsoft .NET Framework
Version 3.5 SP1
SQL Server Analysis Services
SQL Server Integration Services  
SQL Server Reporting Services  
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  • try to reinstall VS 2008 Express
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by:bcrad
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Thanks, it actually didn't over-write it as I had thought, I was just going directly to VS 2008 which defaults to SQL Server Reporting Services instead of opening Visual C# Developer which also used VS 2008, I know, not very smart.  
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