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sharepoint BDC not showing in new content source

Posted on 2014-02-25
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in visual studio 2010, I've created a BDC that connects to a SQL server database. I've deployed the BDC to my sharepoint farm and all seems to be okay. I'm trying to create a new content source so I can search the BDC. in the Add Content Source window, when I select Line of Business Data as my Content Source Type, I'm not seeing my new BDC. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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removing all BDCs and redeploying them from VS got this going.... I'm not sure why and am pretty sure this isn't the expected behavior. think it might be time to burn and build the test farm.
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