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add criteria to query in VB, Access 2003

Last Modified: 2017-03-24
I have the following code with works fine:

Public Function FixPrice()
Dim rs As Recordset, SKU As String, Ship As String, SKUPrice As Currency, ShipCost As Currency, Map As Variant

Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("Select * from [8-B-Select-Pricing]", dbOpenSnapshot)
    If rs.EOF = False Then
            While rs.EOF = False
                SKU = rs!SKU
                Ship = rs!Shipping
                SKUPrice = rs!Price
                'ShipCost = rs!EstShipCost
                ShipCost = Nz(rs!EstShipCost, 0)
                Map = rs!MAPPricingAmount
                fnFinalPrice SKU, Ship, SKUPrice, ShipCost, Map

    End If

End Function

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What I need to do is if another field (MAPPricing) in the RS has a value of 0 or it is null, then don't use map pricing. The new field and criteria are MAPPricing does not equal 0 or Is Null. So, even if a value exists in field MAPPricingAmount, I do not want to use it unless MAPPricing<>0 or Is Null.
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