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Stored Procedure creation in visualstudio.net :'The Operation could not be created'

I'm trying to create a stored procedure in vs.net, and following these
instructions in my PrepLogic:XML WebServices Manual

5. Replace the boilerplate code in the Stored Procedure
designer with this code:
CREATE PROCEDURE procFranceCustomers
AS
SELECT * FROM Customers
WHERE Country = ‘France’
6. Click the Save button to save the stored procedure to the
database.

I get a 'The Operation could not be created' alert messagebox when I try
to save the storeprocedure file. I'm not sure exactly what "boilerplate
code" refers to in vs.net, as theres nothing in Help menu to tell me.

??
Muench
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Nov 22 '05 #1
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It's referring to the Create Procedure [procedurename] AS
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I'm trying to create a stored procedure in vs.net, and following these
instructions in my PrepLogic:XML WebServices Manual

5. Replace the boilerplate code in the Stored Procedure
designer with this code:
CREATE PROCEDURE procFranceCustomers
AS
SELECT * FROM Customers
WHERE Country = 'France'
6. Click the Save button to save the stored procedure to the
database.

I get a 'The Operation could not be created' alert messagebox when I try
to save the storeprocedure file. I'm not sure exactly what "boilerplate
code" refers to in vs.net, as theres nothing in Help menu to tell me.

??
Muench
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