mysql throwing syntax error

I am trying to update my wordpress table and this query string which look fine to me is throwing a syntax error.
Is there something I'm missing.

UPDATE `wp_options` SET `option_value` = replace(`option_value`, "http://www.denverkollel.org/site", "http://www.denverkollel.org") WHERE `option_name` = 'home' OR `option_name` = 'siteurl';
rivkamakAsked:
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chaauCommented:
You need to use the apostrophes instead of the double quotes:
UPDATE `wp_options` 
SET `option_value` = replace(`option_value`, 'http://www.denverkollel.org/site', 'http://www.denverkollel.org') 
WHERE `option_name` = 'home' OR `option_name` = 'siteurl'; 

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rivkamakAuthor Commented:
Sorry, that didn't help the problem
chaauCommented:
And what error are you getting?
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
That doesn't look right to me.  REPLACE acts like INSERT.  I think I would be doing...
UPDATE `wp_options` SET `option_value` = "http://www.denverkollel.org" WHERE `option_name` = 'home' OR `option_name` = 'siteurl'; 

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If the previous value is important, maybe this:
UPDATE `wp_options` SET `option_value` = "http://www.denverkollel.org" WHERE (`option_name` = 'home' OR `option_name` = 'siteurl') AND `option_value` = "http://www.denverkollel.org/site"; 

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chaauCommented:
There is a REPLACE function in MySQL
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Yes.  And the manual says it acts like INSERT.  I don't think it should be used where it is in the original post.
pcelbaCommented:
Your UPDATE command works fine for me even with double quotes...

Does following command work for you?
SELECT * FROM `wp_options` WHERE `option_name` = 'home' OR `option_name` = 'siteurl';

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