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How do I format the following correctly?  I am passing in EmployeeID and ManagerID

 cmd2.CommandText = "Update CNote_CasAssetManagers Set AssetMgrID, EmployeeID = '" & ManagerID & "','" & EmpID
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cmd2.CommandText = "UPDATE dbo.CNote_CasAssetManagers SET AssetMgrID = '" & ManagerID & "', EmployeeID = '" & EmpID & "'"

But be carefull!!! This query change all records in table!!! Maybe there should be a WHERE statement in query.
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Thank youu.
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