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SQL Compact 2008 Problem creating a stored Procedure

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I am having a problem creating a stored procedure as shown by the error in the following image

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SQL CE does not support stored procs at all.
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Compact doesn't support most t-SQL. If you need something standalone chek out the SQL 2012 localdb. Same commandset at full SQL but only one connection.
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Thank you very much for the help
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