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I am searching for a Server Explorer control (WPF or Windows)
What is Server Explorer?
Ok, When you are using DataSet, You may see a Server Explorer in your Visual Studio for setting the Connection String. I want a User Control like that.
Would you help me find?
Posted 9-Apr-11 1:46am
Edited 9-Apr-11 1:49am

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you can build it on your own. Createa Window and a Listbox which Display the Result from this Method:
or you look at this:
Enumerate SQL Server Instances in C#, Using ODBC[^]
Hope it helps
Shahin Khorshidnia at 10-Apr-11 0:53am
I wanted a control but It helps very.
SAKryukov at 10-Apr-11 19:32pm
I don't see a big difference. Do not create a Windows; create a control derived from Control, or, simply a Use Control using Designer with XAML. --SA
Shahin Khorshidnia at 18-Apr-11 4:55am
I had understood DrNimnull, Thank you.

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