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Entity Framework: I don't know where is the "Update Model from Database" in this tutorial

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Following the tutorial below I couldn't find where is the "Update Model from Database". Could you please guide me?

http://www.codeguru.com/csharp/csharp/net30/article.php/c15489__5/ADONET-Entity-Framework-Tutorial-and-Basics.htm
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by:Kalpesh Chhatrala
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Under my edmx it doens't show the store procedures that supposed to bring from the database. That's why I don't see the option "Update Model from Database". Where should be the store procedures?
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I am running locally. Shouldn't have any problems with permissions. Where can I find "model browser"?
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by:Carl Tawn
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You have to right-click on the edmx file in the solution explorer and choose "Open". That will then open up the model designer.
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Yes, I know that, but I don't see my stored proc. How can I found them?
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Once you have opened the model, the should be a pane called "model browser" (if it isn't open you can get to it from View > Other Windows > Entity Data Model Browser). In the model browser there should be a folder called "Store Procedures", right-click on that and choose "Update model from database.." to pull in the procedures you need.
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