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I am running sql server 2012

I am trying to create a simple dataflow task in sql server data tools 2010

it is trying to access a view which is retrieving data from a  sql server that is on Microsoft azure.  (I can run the view in ssms just fine.....very simple query)


It keeps locking up with the dreaded
microsoft visual studio is waiting for an internal operation to complete

no problems with any other views trying to access data from tables not on azure

any ideas???
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Question by:johnnyg123
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If you are working with SQL Server 2012, why are you using the 2010 version of the data tools?
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Good question....that's what got installed with the 2012 install

I did figure out a solution which makes no sense but.....

Instead of using the view directly in the data access mode, I changed it to sql command and did a select * from the view....not sure why that made a difference but it did
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Found solution on my own
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