Need help with syntax with select query

Posted on 2006-06-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-30
I need help with the syntax with this piece of code:

Src =        SELECT Table1.[AS400 ID], Sum(Table1.LoanAmt) AS SumOfLoanAmt
FROM Table1
WHERE (((Table1.PoolCode)<>"GOVT" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G2BD" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G21A" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G23a" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G25A") AND ((Table1.RecDt) Between #6/19/2006# And #6/23/2006#))
GROUP BY Table1.[AS400 ID]
HAVING (((Table1.[AS400 ID])=[forms]![payup table]![AS400 #]));
I am using Excel and running Access Select query.    Here is the whole SUB.  

Any help would greatly be appreciated.

Public Sub OpenADO()
    Dim dbpath As String
    Dim Src As String
    Dim Connection As ADODB.Connection
    Dim Col As Integer
    Dim Recordset As ADODB.Recordset
    Dim As400 As Integer
    Dim A1 As Range
    'Without Password
    '   dbpath = "Data Source=\\Dtcnas-002mandatory\volume.mdb    
    Set conn = New ADODB.Connection
    With conn
        .Provider = "Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0"
        .Open dbpath
    End With
'   Create RecordSet
    Set Recordset = New ADODB.Recordset
    With Recordset
'       Filter
‘This is the piece I need help with
Src =        SELECT Table1.[AS400 ID], Sum(Table1.LoanAmt) AS SumOfLoanAmt
FROM Table1
WHERE (((Table1.PoolCode)<>"GOVT" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G2BD" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G21A" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G23a" And (Table1.PoolCode)<>"G25A") AND ((Table1.RecDt) Between #6/19/2006# And #6/23/2006#))
GROUP BY Table1.[AS400 ID]
HAVING (((Table1.[AS400 ID])=[forms]![payup table]![AS400 #]));

        .Open source:=Src, ActiveConnection:=conn

'       Write the field names
        For Col = 0 To Recordset.Fields.Count - 1
           Sheet22.Range("r1").Offset(0, Col).Value = Recordset.Fields(Col).Name

'       Write the recordset
        Sheet22.Range("r2").Offset(0, 0).CopyFromRecordset Recordset
    End With
    Set Recordset = Nothing
    Set conn = Nothing
End Sub
Question by:ca1358
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Src = "SELECT Table1.[AS400 ID], Sum(Table1.LoanAmt) AS SumOfLoanAmt "
Src = Src & "FROM Table1 "
Src = Src & "WHERE Table1.PoolCode NOT IN ('GOVT', 'G2BD', 'G21A', 'G23a', 'G25A') "
Src = Src & "AND Table1.RecDt Between #6/19/2006# And #6/23/2006# "
Src = Src & "GROUP BY Table1.[AS400 ID] "
Src = Src & "HAVING Table1.[AS400 ID]=" & [forms]![payup table]![AS400 #] & ";"

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ID: 16936586
Thank you!!
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by:Jim Horn
ID: 16936597
Thanks for the grade.  Good luck with your project.  -Jim

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