SQL Set Multiple Set Query

Hello,
I'm using the following SET query which works perfectly
UPDATE [Data] SET [Action]="Query" WHERE [Acc Num]=230061;

But now I want to change it so it updates 4 fields in one go, tried the following but it doesn't
work, any ideas?

UPDATE [Data] SET [Action]="Query" AND [Comments]="test" AND [Promise Payments]="0.00" AND [Date]=date() WHERE [AccNum]=230061;

Thanks
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chaitu chaituCommented:
UPDATE [Data] SET [Action]="Query" , [Comments]="test" , [Promise Payments]="0.00" , [Date]=date() WHERE [AccNum]=230061;

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tigin44Commented:
UPDATE [Data]
SET [Action]="Query" , [Comments]="test" , [Promise Payments]="0.00" , [Date]=date()
WHERE [AccNum]=230061;
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