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LSMW question... Change Object attributes. Which method 0000 or 0002????

HI all,

Actually, I was working with the LSMW examples and then in the first step change attributes step, I entered the Object and in the method, there are two methods 0000 RFBIDE00 and 0003 RFBIDEK0, now out of this two, which one to select.

I checked both the methods with the abap editor and they both are very lengthy.. So is there any hard and fast rules to be followed in selecting method and what are the similarities and dissimilarities between two methods..

Thanks and waiting for your response.

Regards,

-Ashok Hansraj

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2005 at 07:04 PM

    Hi Ashok,

    This Customer object has two programs associated with it.

    Namely :0000 RFBIDE00 and 0002 RFBIDEK0

    Out of which 0002 RFBIDEK0 is for customers using Public Sector Management.

    If u assign a object and display the program and then go the documentation part, u will come to know the exact use of that method.

    Hope this solves ur query.

    Regards

    Swanand.

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2005 at 07:17 PM

    Hi

    here you have to should the method you want to use to update the database. You can have several and different methods which do the same thing.

    This methods sometimes are different on how the update the data: by direct input or batch input program, BAPI, IDOCs....

    Now you want to update the customer master data and you have choosen to use a batchinput program: in this case there are two standard programs, so you can choose RFBIDE00 or RFBIDEK0, it's the same:

    That you can do by RFBIDE00, you can do by RFBIDEK0 too.

    I prefer use RFBIDE00, because I've always used it, so I know it very well.

    Max

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