Why dont I have the option to debug Stored Procedures (i.e. step through them and set break points) in my version of VS.NET 2003.. I am using the version that is given out to Colleges for students through msdnaa. I was under the impression that we received a version with all the abilities as the Enterprise version.
Is there something I have to do to enable SP debugging in Visual Studio other then setting the option to 'true' in the Solution Properties?
When I right click on a Stored Procedure using the Server Browser, I only have the option to 'run' amoung other useless options. I watched a .NET Show video and watched the guy setup step through a SP, and I believe I did everything he did, but I dont have the same options he has. Possible that its just not an option in my version?
I have posted this question in the VS debugging group, but figured I would ask here, since you all program using Sql Server :). Also, how else could I step through my stored procedures? Any free tools available out there?