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WCF RIA empty DataContext when adding DataService class

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I've tried every trick I could find, rebuilding in batch, unistalling WCF RIA Toolkit and installing the May 2010 release, etc. Nothing, absolutely nothing makes the Add DataService Class Wizard to display DataContext using EF created from a local SQL 2008 DB.
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I've "fixed it" by re-adding the Data Source.
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If everything else fails, try also closing the solution without closing Visual Studio 2010, and immediately reopening it from the list of Recent Solutions.
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