Dim sSQL1 As String Dim oRST1 As ADODB.Recordset Set oRST1 = New ADODB.Recordset Dim oConnect1 As ADODB.Connection Set oConnect1 = New ADODB.Connection sSQL1 = "SELECT [ORIGIN],[DESTINATION],[DRY VAN],[HEATER],[REEFER] FROM [CP_RAIL 2011 rates] WHERE " _ & "ORIGIN ='" & Form33.origin_cp_rail.Text & "' AND " _ & "DESTINATION ='" & Form33.destination_cp_rail.Text & "' and " _ & "DRY VAN ='" & Form33.commodity.Text & "' or " _ & "HEATER ='" & Form33.commodity.Text & "' or " _ & "REEFER ='" & Form33.commodity.Text & "'" oConnect1.Open "Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;" & _ "Data Source=" & parameter.cp_rail.Text oRST1.Open sSQL1, oConnect1 Form33.CP_RAIL_rate.DataField = "" Set Form33.CP_RAIL_rate.DataSource = oRST1 Form33.CP_RAIL_rate.DataField = "DRY VAN" Or Form33.CP_RAIL_rate.DataField = "HEATER" Or Form33.CP_RAIL_rate.DataField = "REEFER"
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