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Looking for a .net window UI for SQL Server Database Maintenance

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I am looking for a SQL Server Database Management window that I can expose through my .net Windows form application.  I am looking for something like SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio) that will allow users to create and alter tables.  I do not want to develop something but instead want to get a free ware component, buy a plugin that can so this or add some code just to expose the SSMS.  My first question is can SSMS be called up from a window form application?  The only problem with this is that I cannot control the features.  Is there anything else on the market that can do this?
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Erm.
SQL Server Management Studio is free to download and does what you want.  Even less work for you.
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SQL Server Management Studio is free to download and does what you want
To be accurate Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express is free to download.
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This is a duplicate question.  Please post all comments here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/Q_28354242.html
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