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Stored procedure equivalent of ADODB query/recordset

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I want to create a stored procedure to replace the following VBA in an Access form:


**********************************************

Dim cn as ADODB.Connection
Set cn = CurrentProject.Connection

Dim rs as ADODB.Recordset
Set rs = New ADODB.Recordset

Dim SQL
SQL = "SELECT col1, col2, col3  FROM [table] WHERE col0 = [somevalue]"

rs.Open SQL, cn, 1,3,1

MsgBox ("Column 1 data is: " & rs("col1"))

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I also need to know how to access the stored procedure via VBA.  Can someone please take the above example and (1) convert the code so it's valid in a stored procedure; and (2) provide an example of the VBA code which will call this stored procedure and assign values to variables based on what is returned.

Thanks!
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Question by:FunkiNATEr
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by:monvelasquez
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in SQL

--[CODE]-------------------------------------------------------
Create Procedure sp_QueryData
AS
   SELECT col1, col2, col3  FROM [table] WHERE col0 = somevalue
--[/CODE]-------------------------------------------------------

in VB

--[CODE]-------------------------------------------------------
Dim cn as ADODB.Connection
Set cn = CurrentProject.Connection

Dim rs as ADODB.Recordset
Set rs = New ADODB.Recordset

Dim SQL
SQL = "execute sp_QueryData"

rs.Open SQL, cn, 1,3,1

MsgBox ("Column 1 data is: " & rs("col1"))

--[/CODE]------------------------------------------------------
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Anthony Perkins earned 500 total points
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I would modify somewhat the otherwise excellent suggestion by monvelasquez.

I suspect that [somevalue] is a variable in which case make the following changes to the stored procedure:

Create Procedure sp_QueryData (@SomeValue varchar(50)) --Change to some other character data type as appropriate.

AS
   SELECT col1, col2, col3  FROM [table] WHERE col0 = @SomeValue

And the VBA code as follows:

SQL = "execute sp_QueryData 'somecharactervalue'"

Here I am making the assumption that it is character data, if it is numeric than make the following changes:

Create Procedure sp_QueryData (@SomeValue int) --Change to some other numeric data type as appropriate.

AS
   SELECT col1, col2, col3  FROM [table] WHERE col0 = @SomeValue

And the VBA code as follows:

SQL = "execute sp_QueryData somenumericvalue"

Anthony
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