Error Message using VS 2008 Professional edition SP 1 and SQL Server Compact edition 3.5:

The CREATE INDEX SQL construct or statement is not supported.

VS 2008 Professional Hotfix KB 968436 SQL Compact

Query run:
CREATE UNIQUE INDEX bobIndex ON bobaadr(segid)

Microsoft says it should work?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms345331%28v=sql.100%29.aspx

Thank you any help
bobcannAsked:
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tipsybroomCommented:
did you try it in sql server management studio?

is the database created with sql serverCE 3.5 SP1? if not it could be, that the database version dont supports this.
CodeCruiserCommented:
Notice the following bit in that article

NONCLUSTERED
Creates an index that specifies the logical ordering of a table. With a nonclustered index, the physical order of the data rows is independent of their indexed order. This is the only supported index type.  (The default is NONCLUSTERED)

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bobcannAuthor Commented:
Thanks, guys.
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