troubleshooting Question

ADP - Open SQL View in VBA

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Hi,

Moving an Access application to SQL/ADP and having a few problems with Views.  I've created the Views required on SQL, but I want to use the results of this view within a labels caption on a form.

I've figured out SPs:
  Dim dbLocal
  Set dbLocal = CurrentProject.Connection
  dbLocal.Execute("sp_MyStoredProc")

But for views don't know how to procede further then this:
  Dim dbLocal, myViewResult
  Set dbLocal = CurrentProject.Connection
  Set rst = New ADODB.Recordset
  rst.Open "MyView", CurrentProject.Connection
    ...
  myViewResult = ...
  myLabel.Caption = "Results Returned: " & myViewResult

The view only returns one column and one row.  Anyone able to finish/re-do this to get the result im after?

Thanks.
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