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I had no idea on this. Got the answer after googling a bit. :-)

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Even I was not having any idea about this. Googled and got the answer.

This was a new learning for me.

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I couldn't even get the answer by googling! Does anyone have a reference?

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Please find details on the below url:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/z29kb47d(v=vs.71).aspx
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tejaswini.patil (2/17/2011)
Please find details on the below url:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/z29kb47d(v=vs.71).aspx


Thanks for the link. Although it's for Visual Studio .Net 2003, I can browse to the newer versions from there.
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Learnt something new today!! Thanks for the question.
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tejaswini.patil (2/17/2011)
Please find details on the below url:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/z29kb47d(v=vs.71).aspx


According to that link:

"A database reference is simply a pointer to a database."

I chose the pointer option and got it wrong. So, is there two correct options?
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The link says
"
Database References
The database project now includes the concept of database reference. A database reference is simply a pointer to a database. Whenever you create a database reference, the database project immediately checks the list of database connections in Server Explorer and if there is no connection to that database, it creates such a connection for you automatically. A database reference differs from a database connection, because a reference is merely a pointer; it does not allow you to enumerate the contents of the database. A database connection, on the other hand, lets you inspect the contents of the database.
A database reference is persisted with the database project. When you save a project to disk, the reference is saved. When another user opens the project and begins using it, the reference is available to that user. Furthermore, when any user opens a database project, the project checks that user's Server Explorer for a corresponding connection and if no such connection exists, the database project automatically creates it.
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i.e. a new concept of Database Reference is introduced which is a pointer to a database.
So answer to the question should be "Database Reference".
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