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How to create a data model from a stored procedure that uses to different databases

I have the following stored procedure.  
CREATE PROCEDURE Coll2014_FindResidentForRegistration
	-- Add the parameters for the stored procedure here
	@FName char(35), @LName char(30), @BDate char(10), @SSNum char(4)
	-- SET NOCOUNT ON added to prevent extra result sets from
	-- interfering with SELECT statements.
    -- Insert statements for procedure here
select OccuSeqNo,RTRIM(a.propertyid)+'-'+RTRIM(a.BldgId)+'-'+RTRIM(a.unitid)+'-'+rtrim(a.resiid) as fullid, b.status,b.ListedDate,b.OriginalAmt
from TAG_eSite.dbo.occupantheader a
right outer join CollectionSystem.dbo.Collection_Master as b on RTRIM(a.propertyid)+'-'+RTRIM(a.BldgId)+'-'+RTRIM(a.unitid)+'-'+rtrim(a.resiid) = b.fullid
where OccuLastName = @FName and OccuFirstName = @LName and Birthdate=@Bdate and RIGHT(OccuSSN,4)=@SSNum 

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Now when I try to create a new data model from this stored procedure with vs2013 I end up with nothing because I believe the TAG_esite.dbo.occuapntheader is in another database.  

Do anyone have an example on how to do this.

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Wherever you got the stored proc from had a linked server to TAG_eSite.
You need to recreate that on your development machine.
Linked servers is under the Server Objects tree element.
mgmhicksAuthor Commented:
That worked
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