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How do i use the update statement when DB_NAME IS BLANK

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update test.table SET DB_NAME = 'test', LOAD_DT= SYSDATE, LOAD_BATCH_ID= '20110908-01' where DB_NAME= ""
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where DB_NAME  is null
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