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Enterprise Library DAAB question

Hi -
I installed Enterprise Library successfully. Under the DAAB area I am
seeing two VS solution links. One says "Data" and another says "Data
Design". What is the difference?

Thanks,
Vinny

Jul 21 '05 #1
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