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Visual Studio 2012 Query Designer

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I`m testing Visual Studio Pro 2012.

In Service Explorer, I right click on tables, then add new query. Query designs fine, then executes fine, but save query is not an option.

Any suggestions on how to save query?
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Question by:Dave_CARSIT
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by:Éric Moreau
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don't you have to create a view or Function or Stored Proc from your query?
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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They completely messed up the SQL Server interface in the 2012 Server Explorer. The designers to not have as many features, and Save has been replaced by an Execute (on a right click) that is OK upon creation, but does not work when you try to modify a query.

I now use SQL Server Management Studio for most of my work with databases.
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