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SQLCE Create Multiple Table Error in query

I have a C# application that connects to a SQL Compact 3.0 database and runs a SQL script which creates multiple tables. However it fails on line 16 which is the following
CREATE TABLE [COMP_SOC](

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From this code:
CREATE TABLE [CLAIMOPSSCHED](
	[OFFICER] [nchar] (8) NOT NULL,
	[JOBNO] [int] NOT NULL,
	[ACTDATE] [datetime] NOT NULL,
	[CLAIMACT] [nchar] (6) NOT NULL,
	[DURATION] [int] NOT NULL,
	[NONCHRGFLG] [nchar] (1) NULL,
	[NONFSRFLG] [nchar] (1) NULL,
	[COMMENT] [nchar](100) NULL,
	[USERID] [nchar] (50) NULL,
	[CREATEDON] [datetime] NULL,
	[DISTANCE] [numeric] (10, 2) NULL
);


CREATE TABLE [COMP_SOC](
	[CODE] [nchar] (6) NOT NULL,
	[DESCRIPT] [nchar] (40) NOT NULL
);

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The error message i get is:
There was an error parsing the query. [Token line number = 16, Token line offset = 1, Token in error = CREATE]
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AVONFRS
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AVONFRS
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AVONFRSAuthor Commented:
I seem to have resolved this myself. I have just learned that you cannot execute batch queries with SQLCE.
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AVONFRSAuthor Commented:
Worked it out myself
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