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Hello to All,

I am migrating data using t-code F-02(Journal Voucher-JV entry) in LSMW. When I put one record through LSMW it shows in SAP.

I successfully record one entry of T-code F-02 and assign it and it shows in SAP

But,suppose we input more than one entries against one Voucher,and we input more than one vouchers then how SAP recognizes the entry(means which entry is from which voucher).

How we can differentiate the voucher and the entries,because one voucher contains more than one entries.

Please help me into this regard.



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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 12:08 PM

    Hello to All,

    I tried to migrate Legacy data to SAP in LSMW using IDoc method. I am trying to input Journal Voucher Entry by using T-Code: F-02.

    I have two import structure-S1 & S2. and two source files:1st file will consist of header data

    2nd file will have line data.

    The unique id key is "AC_DOC_NO" in both structures.

    How do I upload these two files.?

    When we specify file..there is only one file to be uploaded.Then how can I upload these two files.?

    When it reads data, it throws an error "Identification specifications missing for source structure-1"

    What does it means.??

    So please guide me.



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