Getting Started in Visual Basic .NET

Microsoft Visual Basic .NET in one of the managed programming languages that is supported by the common runtime library in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Many of the samples in this documentation are written in Visual Basic .NET.

References and Imports

After you have started the Visual Studio project, you must add references to the SQL Server Management Objects (SMO) assemblies. Then, import the required namespaces so that your program can recognize the SMO types.

See Also


How to: Create a Visual Basic SMO Project in Visual Studio .NET

Help and Information

Getting SQL Server 2005 Assistance