SQL Server Where Condition

Hi experts,

I have is:
Auto complete all records where GRP_NR IN (470014, 470025, 470038, 470050, 470062, 470075, 470086, 470098, 470110, 470122).

set CAQH_MAIN field values =
STAT_CD = 'COMPLETED'
STAT_TS = file load date timestamp
CAQH_USR_KY = NULL
VALDTN_STAT = 'D'
VALDTN_RSN = 'NONG'
VALDTN_ADDL_OI_NM = 'IND INDEMNITY'


The table name:
CAQH_MAIN

Need some help with the correct syntax and direction?

Thank You for helping me...
Amour22015Asked:
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Koen Van WielinkConnect With a Mentor IT ConsultantCommented:
update CAQH_MAIN
set
STAT_CD = 'COMPLETED',
STAT_TS = Getdate(),
CAQH_USR_KY = NULL,
VALDTN_STAT = 'D',
VALDTN_RSN = 'NONG',
VALDTN_ADDL_OI_NM = 'IND INDEMNITY'
Where GRP_NR IN (470014, 470025, 470038, 470050, 470062, 470075, 470086, 470098, 470110, 470122)

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Kelvin SparksCommented:
UPDATE CAQH_MAIN
set STAT_CD = 'COMPLETED',
 STAT_TS = file load date timestamp,  --You may have to look at the syntax of this one
 CAQH_USR_KY = NULL,
 VALDTN_STAT = 'D',
 VALDTN_RSN = 'NONG',
 VALDTN_ADDL_OI_NM = 'IND INDEMNITY'
WHERE GRP_NR IN (470014, 470025, 470038, 470050, 470062, 470075, 470086, 470098, 470110, 470122)
GO


Kelvin
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Kelvin SparksCommented:
Beaten to it!
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Amour22015Author Commented:
You were the first, great thanks
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Koen Van WielinkIT ConsultantCommented:
Haha, sorry Kelvin. I'm glad I'm finally first for a change, usually get beaten myself by PortletPaul :p.
Glad I could help.
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