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Visual studio 2005 (BIDS). How do I configure the setup to allow multiple projects within one solution file?

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I am a bit lost with organising my project/solution files in Visual Studio BIDS edition.

In one installation of Visual Studio I am able to have multiple projects running within one solution.

However, in another installation of Visual Studio I am only able to create one project within one solution.

Here are two screen shots to demonstrate.

How do I configure the setup to allow multiple projects within one solution file?

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Question by:Mr_Shaw
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Reza Rad earned 500 total points
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you need to show solution.

go to menu:
Tools->Option
under Projects and solutions
click on general

check the "Always show solution"

look at attachment

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by:Mr_Shaw
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Greate............Thanks once again for your help,
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by:Reza Rad
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you're always welcome,
Regards
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