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how to import raw reports into EHS


I know there is a way to import a raw report into SAP so that it shows up in CG50, but i am not sure of the steps to get there.

I am starting with Word documents, AND i have the ability to strip those word documents of Section 1 (so that only Sections 2-16 remain).

How does one set up the import though, in terms of linking the RTF file to the material, adding a date, version, etc...

thanks for any advice!

Scott Amoroso

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2013 at 10:51 AM

    Hi Scott,

    You can use Tcode CG36VEN - Import Vendor MSDS.

    In the initial screen you can enter below information:


    Generation variant
    Report language
    Report version
    Report date

    So by linking the report to specification, it's linked to the materials.

    Hope this helps.

    Warm regards,


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    • Dear Scott

      in this case give my proposal a "try" and "play" around with it (upload of RTF file as part of userdefined text). To give some hints. If you start with that you can have some "nice" "Hello" effects in WinWord (as the RTF file does have "formatting" topic included and sometimes you wil get "strange" effects in raw report)). Therefore at the beginning you should invest more time here to make sure that it really works (per language !). And you need to pay attention as per RTF file you need to specify a "Language" in the data record (or you use simply the "english" one (without language) and mix that with e.g. french chapter one etc.


      PS: and forget about "versioning" etc. In EHS you will get always a new version. Keep in mind: on level of specification you maintain "material" independent data. So depending now how you have "organized" the linkage betweeen REAL_SUB and material may be you need to invest/analyse "deeper"