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Not able to upload more than 2000 lines into SAP.

Hi Experts,

Greetings!

I had developed a report which takes records from an input excel file and depending on the choice made, uploads them to 5 different tables. There are many validations and code in place. The input excel file has multiple columns which defines the fields it should go into and then after validation, the report uploads them to the table.

The User now says that he is not able to upload more than 2000 lines at one go. They are definitely not using the old version of Excel, I am sure about that, which I guess had a limit till 65k records or so. Can anyone let me know what might be the solution to this or is it a standard behaviour of SAP? I tried finding a solution to this in the forum, but couldn't get one. Hence, thought to post it here.

Any approach or input would help. Thanks!

Thanks.

Amrita.

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 03:14 PM

    Is it possible that you are using

    CALL FUNCTION 'ALSM_EXCEL_TO_INTERNAL_TABLE' ?

    If so, there is a parameter, i_end_row. I would expect that you have it set to 2000. Run it up to 65535.

    Neal

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2013 at 06:38 AM

    Can We Know Which Function Module you are using for Uploading data into SAP ?

    Regard's

    Smruti

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 05:22 PM

    Hi-

    Could you please provide us more details like which FM are you using? I have just given a trial by uploading more than 5000 records using FM ' TEXT_CONVERT_XLS_TO_SAP' and it's working perfectly.

    -Venkat

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