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    Run SQL Server management studio in a form (winforms)

    Does anyone know how I can start SQL Server Management Studio and have it's GUI Window display within a form in WinForms?

    I know I can use the Process class to start it, but if I do that it displays in its own window.

    Thanks,
    Andy

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    Re: Run SQL Server management studio in a form (winforms)

    This isn't possible.

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    Re: Run SQL Server management studio in a form (winforms)

    Why would want Management Studio to open in your own Form? You may want to build your own query tool for things like querying the database, etc, but as Arjay has already mentioned it isn't possible. Even if it is, it will be useless as far as I know.

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    Re: Run SQL Server management studio in a form (winforms)

    anyways how does it matter for you whether it is display in your windows form or in its own window ?

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    Re: Run SQL Server management studio in a form (winforms)

    Thanks for the feedback. Is there a custom control that I can embed in a form that will give me at least a portion of the functionality of SQL Server Management Studio?

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    Re: Run SQL Server management studio in a form (winforms)

    Quote Originally Posted by andrew.richman@trizetto.com View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. Is there a custom control that I can embed in a form that will give me at least a portion of the functionality of SQL Server Management Studio?
    No. What portion of the functionality are you looking to do?

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