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I have one problem.

I simply want to know how I can create a table that can be easily used as a back end for my solution in VB2010.

I also want to know that when we choose a data source in a that is for sql server, which we want to choose.
Simply which can be used because there is 2 or 3 with little different name?

Please try to help me.
Give me any reference.
Updated 15-Nov-10 22:47pm
Dalek Dave 16-Nov-10 4:47am
Edited for Grammar, Syntax and Readability.
Neeil 17-Nov-10 23:29pm
thank you..
Simon_Whale 18-Nov-10 4:04am
read this

I am not getting your next question question, but hopefully i can answer the first.
If you have a SQL server management studio then explore your object explore select database in which you want to create a table, under selected databse name there is a folder "Tables" right click on it click to new table... and then add columns to that table. I got your next answer... Use Microsoft SQL Server as a data source. ok.
Neeil 16-Nov-10 5:57am
yes u get it right......But what about first.....please tell me na.....
Manoj from Pune 16-Nov-10 6:03am
i answered it dude. The answer is open SQL Server Management studio if u have and procedd as i have written.
Neeil 16-Nov-10 11:08am
ok....My mistake........i get it.......thankx a lot......
Neeil 17-Nov-10 23:25pm
Can u solve my other quetion....?
How to create a setup in
Sqlconnection Example[^]

MSDN Beginner Developer Center[^]

check these few links out that should get you started, I would suggest that if they dont give you the information that you need then google with such search terms as "VB.NET sqlconnection" or "VB.NET sqlcommand"
Neeil 17-Nov-10 23:25pm
Can u solve my other quetion....?
How to create a setup in

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