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Excel 2010 - Pivot Table from a Recordset

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I can get my PivotTable data into a recordset from an external database. OK.

I'm looking for the minimal code required to create a PivotTable with this data.
Say, on "Sheet1", at "A1", with Page Fields "CustomerType" and "Country", Row Field "Customer", Values "Count of Shops".


(I tried recording a macro but translating it to datasource = recordset is where I'm stuck)
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