VBA Code to dynamically select rows from a list box and insert into SQL

I have a complex code question.
 
I did have the list box (LstProvNPI) as a single select only that worked flawlessly.  
Once a user selected a row, the data would populate fields within in my form.  
Once the record was saved a SQL insert statement would update the record back to tables in SQL.

The problem is now the user would like to multi-select, I do not know how to do that.  
I can no longer have the Dynamic list box populate fields.  What is the best way to do this?

Step 1:
When a member ID is searched from a form menu, the LoadMember Function is loaded when my form opens
Step 2:
The Load Member will display a list of choices in a unbound list box.
Step 3:
The on LstProvNPI_Click() property within the list box allows the user to select the entry and this will populate the fields on the form.
Step 4:
When a user clicks save, A call module will call a function to Insert date from all the fields on the form to SQL.
 
Step 1:
LoadMember
Function loadMember(HID As String)
Dim server      As New SQLServer
Dim rs          As ADODB.Recordset
Dim SSQL        As String
Dim n           As Long
n = 0

If Len(HID) = 9 Then
    HID = HID & "00"
End If

Call server.initializeToRSMS(False, False, True)
    SSQL = ""
    SSQL = SSQL & "SELECT DISTINCT HumanaID, " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "         [Last_Name] + ', ' + [First_Name]   AS [Member Name], " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "         Last_Name, " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "         First_Name, " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "         Phone, " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "         Language " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "FROM PS.Poly_Campaign_Member " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "WHERE HumanaID = '" & HID & "' " & vbCrLf
    SSQL = SSQL & "ORDER BY HumanaID"
    Set rs = server.runSelectSQL(SSQL)
    
If rs.EOF Then
    MsgBox "Member not found. Check HumanaID"
    Exit Function
End If


HumanaID = rs.Fields("HumanaID")
Last_Name = rs.Fields("Last_Name")
First_Name = rs.Fields("First_Name")
ConsultID = HumanaID & "_" & Consult_Date
Language = rs.Fields("Language")
Phone = rs.Fields("Phone")
txtLabel = rs.Fields("label_name")
txtServiceDate = rs.Fields("service_date")

'Used in Provider List Box
SSQL = ""
SSQL = SSQL & "SELECT ps.Poly_Campaign_Member.id, " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       ps.Poly_Campaign_Member.Humanaid  AS HumanaID, " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications.provider_npi  AS NPI, " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       campaigns.Provider.DEA  AS DEA, " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications.Measure, " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications.pharmacy_name AS Pharmacy, " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications.label_name AS [Medication], " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications.service_date  AS [Date Filled], " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       campaigns.Provider.Provider_Name AS [Provider Last Name,  First Name] " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "FROM   ps.Poly_Campaign_Member " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       LEFT JOIN ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "            ON ps.Poly_Campaign_Member.humanaid = ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications.humanaid " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "       LEFT JOIN campaigns.Provider " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "            ON ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications.Provider_NPI = campaigns.Provider.NPI " & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "WHERE ps.Poly_Campaign_Member.HumanaID = '" & HID & "' " & vbCrLf
Set rs = server.runSelectSQL(SSQL)
Call addRSToList(LstProvNPI, rs, True)

'Checks to see if Consult ID exists and will increment final integer if exists
    Do While ConsultIDExists(HumanaID & "_" & Consult_Date & "-" & n) = True
        n = n + 1
    Loop
    ConsultID = HumanaID & "_" & Consult_Date & "-" & n
End Function

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Step 3:
Private Sub LstProvNPI_Click()
Dim server  As New SQLServer
Dim SSQL    As String
Dim rs      As ADODB.Recordset
Call server.initializeToRSMS(False, False, True)

PNPI = LstProvNPI
SSQL = ""
SSQL = SSQL & "SELECT Provider_Name, DEA,[Measure],label_name, service_date  FROM [Rightsource_MS].[campaigns].[Provider] CP LEFT JOIN ps.Poly_Campaign_Medications CM" & vbCrLf
SSQL = SSQL & "ON CP.NPI = CM.Provider_NPI WHERE [NPI] = '" & PNPI & "'"
Set rs = server.runSelectSQL(SSQL)
    
If rs.EOF Then
PName = "N/A"
Else
PName = rs.Fields(0)
PDEA = rs.Fields(1)
txtLabel = rs.Fields(2)
txtServiceDate = rs.Fields(3)
End If

End Sub

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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
I am not sure what is the issue...
You just set the listbox to multiselect...
You iterate the Listbox
Dim itm As Variant
    For Each itm In YourListBox.ItemsSelected
       ' Now here you refactor your code to accept itm as an argument
    Next itm 

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you pick each of the selected value...you feed the function you use....
gracie1972Author Commented:
What do you mean exactly?  I did change the unbound type to multi select but it did not work, the problem is that it is unbound, I have to tell it where to do once I select.
Before when I selected the line  the data would automatically populate the fields below:
If rs.EOF Then
PName = "N/A"
Else
PName = rs.Fields(0)
PDEA = rs.Fields(1)
txtLabel = rs.Fields(2)
txtServiceDate = rs.Fields(3)
End If

Then I had a Call module that would (Snippet)
        SSQL = SSQL & "INSERT INTO PS.Poly_Campaign_Consult VALUES ('"
        SSQL = SSQL & frm.First_Name & "','"
        SSQL = SSQL & frm.Last_Name & "','"
        SSQL = SSQL & frm.PName & "','"
        SSQL = SSQL & frm.PNPI & "','"
        SSQL = SSQL & frm.PDEA & "','"
Based on those values, now I cannot use this code, there might be more than one line and therefore when I select more than one the data would have to write back to SQL and cannot write to the fields anymore.  This is beyond my capabilities.
John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Well if its the iteration that's causing the issue just take a look at my attachment
ListBox.accdb
gracie1972Author Commented:
This makes sense, in your code, would I replace the SQL Field Name with Item Data?  I think I am understanding what you are saying....
MsgBox Me.List0.ItemData(itm) & " -- " & Me.List0.Column(1, itm)

For my SQL Field "NPI" which is column 2 in my list box: then DEA which is 3, etc?

MsgBox Me.LstProvNPI.NPI(itm) & " -- " & Me.LstProvNPI.Column(2, itm)
MsgBox Me.LstProvNPI.DEA(itm) & " -- " & Me.LstProvNPI.Column(3, itm)
MsgBox Me.LstProvNPI.Label(itm) & " -- " & Me.LstProvNPI.Column(8, itm)
Next
End Sub
PatHartmanCommented:
What is the reason that the selected record is displayed?  If it is to allow the user to modify data before inserting to SQL Server, then it makes no sense to work with more than one record at a time.  If the function is simply copying data from one table to another (I won't ask why), then there is no need to stop in the middle to display it.  Just use the suggested code loop to insert each row and don't display it first.
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