Installing Oracle 11g ODAC 11.1.0.5.10 Beta

I've installed Oracle 11g ODAC 11.1.0.5.10 Beta.
It came back with installation successful.
How do I get the Oracle Database Server(Oracle ODP.NET) to appear as one of my datasource choices?
I added the Oracle.DataAccess.dll (v. 2.111.5.10) to my bin folder. I restarted VS2005, dropped a gridview on the page, selected NewDatasource. My only options are for Microsoft.

This step by step tutorial should help you out:
http://www.oracle.com/technology/obe/net11gobe/building.net/vs_otn2.htm
There are parts of the tutorial that you can skip since you are only interested in ODP.NET showing up as a data source and using it within a gridview.

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