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Visio 2007 and SQL Server 2005

Visio 2007 and SQL Server 2005

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Default Visio 2007 and SQL Server 2005

Hello, I was wondering if anyone had any experience connecting Visio to a SQL Server DB. I would like to be able to add/edit/update shape data for a rack diagram and store this in a SQL database.

The only option I found in Visio 2007 was being able to "link data to shapes" but that doesn't help because I want to be able to update directly from Visio.

Any thoughts or any other ideas would be greatly appreciate.

Thanks.
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