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how to preserve CR/LF when saving a script to the database

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Hi SQL server experts,
I want to write SQL server scripts in the management studio, and after testing in in rollback mode, I want to save it in the database (as script) to execute it later programatically. The problem is that LF (CR/LF) is not saved, causing the script to fail later when I try to execute.... Is there a way to handle this issue. I am using SQL server 2012. Thank you experts

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