Datasource relationship change vs 2013

I am populating a grid with a datasource (tied to some sql server tables) in a vb.net windows form application in visual studio 2013

I then changed some relationships on the  sql server tables.  I thought it would be as simple as doing a reconfigure using the wizard
(This seems to work for fields anyway) but this doesn't do it.  The new relationships are being ignored

If I create a new solution, it works fine
 

Any ideas why I can't make the old one work????

Do I have to force the xsd to be regenerated?  If so, how?
johnnyg123Asked:
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David L. HansenProgrammer AnalystCommented:
So, the sql command you first used...did you update it in your VB code to reflect the changes? If you did, can you post both the before and after? If not, try and run the query directly in the database and post here what kind of result you get.
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johnnyg123Author Commented:
I discovered my mistake

I  actually was looking at the wrong version of my project so we can close this one out
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johnnyg123Author Commented:
I was looking at wrong version of project
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