To be clearer, here is a quick example:
Table A has an encrypted account number column. Table B also has an encrypted account number column (same data). If we have a SQL statement that performs a join on the account number columns in the two tables, is there any possibility that the join will fail because the Blowfish encryption somehow yielded a different value?
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