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I'm using VB 2010 Express which is limited when using the GUI to create a Data Source.  I need to connect to a MS SQL 2008 database, run queries, and use the data to generate a text file output.  Is there a site you can direct me to that has the code for connecting to and querying a MS SQL 2008 database?  Passing the code along is fine too but I'm also hoping the site will have other code examples I might benefit from.

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Sure I can help :)  You'll love this site:
http://www.connectionstrings.com/sql-server-2008
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