change my data set to point to another database

Dear experts, i need to point my dataset to another server, but in data origins config, cant allow me to do that
is vb 2010
is any way to change my dataset datamat to an other point?
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ErnestoAsked:
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it_saigeDeveloperCommented:
Usually, your Application.config will contain the connection string.  This is where you will want to go to change the server.

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it_saigeDeveloperCommented:
For example:app.config in the Solution Explorer.Data Source is the server name.-saige-
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ErnestoAuthor Commented:
it refers to a dsn that i change to point my new database and none
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it_saigeDeveloperCommented:
The DSN should then be stored in the ODBC configuration:

1. Open your ODBC management control panel applet. [b]Note: If you are on a 64-bit system and the ODBC driver is a 32-bit driver then you will need to open the 32-bit ODBC management control panel applet.[/b]

To open the native ODBC management control panel applet you can simply open control panel and go to Administrative tools and locate ODBC Data Sources.Capture.JPGIf you need to open the 32-bit applet but do not find it in the Control Panel, browse to C:\windows\system32\ and run odbcad32.exe.

2. Locate the associated DSN in either User DSN, System DSN or File DSN. [b]Note: Different drivers have different setup instructions.[/b].

Capture.JPG[step="3" title="Select your DSN and press 'Configure...'."[/step]After that just change the Server/Data Source/Datebase (depending on the type of database this is usually this is a drop down or file dialog but I have seen a text box used).Typical MS Access File DialogTypical Firebird Dialog.Typical SQL Server Dialog[/step]
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ErnestoAuthor Commented:
i done that
and do not made the conection
regards
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ErnestoAuthor Commented:
I do a test bring on line the old database, until i change all the odbc to my new server, when o bring it on line the database in the old server it do the conection
please help
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ErnestoAuthor Commented:
oh man, what a mess
i decided for do a new connection to my new database and change every dataset manualy
in the future i prefere do my conection as a traditional way, no data sets or wherever
regards
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