Work with database objects in SQL Server Object Explorer.Use the new SQL Server Object Explorer, which resembles Management Studio, to create queries and define database objects. View the column definitions, including primary and foreign keys. For more information, see Connected Database Development.Define tables in the new Table Designer.Use the Table Designer to define tables in the SQL Server 2012 format. As you define a table in the graphical interface, the Transact-SQL code is updated in the Script pane. For more information, see How to: Create Database Objects Using Table Designer.Develop and test database applications in SQL Server Express LocalDB.SQL Server Express LocalDB is a lightweight version of SQL Server that has all the programmability features of a SQL Server database. SQL Server Express LocalDB replaces SQL Server Express as the default database engine for development. You can upgrade your files or continue to use SQL Server Express if you must use both Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2012. For more information, see Local Data Overview.
Lanzamiento Visual Studio 2012 - IDE
Novedades en el IDE de Visual Studio 2012 Bruno Capuano Innovation Manager @elbruno http://www.elbruno.co m
• New colors asynchronously • OMG :S • NuGet integration• Change IDE Color Scheme • Extended • SQL Server Data Tools• Caps Lock menus • LocalDB (SQL .LocalDb) • OMG 2 • New test view panel• Solution Explorer • Embbebed Productivity Power Tools • Search • Preview files in code editor • Class details embbebed • Filters• Quick Launch• VS2010 y VS2012 side-by- side projects• Load projects