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Big Grin | :-D here I rote tens on thousands lines of code which are working,
about this subject I asked I'm stuck that I've asked,
I was a bit away from dealing with pure CQL scripts, and found SQL CE a real big hassle .
Here I rote lots of scripts with similar errors, I can't do a select insert query and so on !
may I'm wrong on some pieces in each code I tried,

Here I was working on this :

SQL
INSERT INTO Table1(Column1)
    SELECT  REPLACE(OriginalColumn, '_', '')
      FROM  Table2 t2
            LEFT OUTER JOIN Table1 t1 ON t1.Column1 = REPLACE(OriginalColumn, '_', '')
     WHERE  t1.Column1 IS NULL


but still couldn't make it to meet my Tables and columns,
What about this, or the situation I've explained ?
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