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Loading Pricing Condition Records to ECC from Legacy

Hi DM Experts,

Can you guys guide me for best approach to load high volume ( 800,000 records in one time) SD Condition Records to ECC?

Regards,

Netaji.B

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3 Answers

  • Apr 17, 2016 at 06:12 PM

    You can use t-code LSMW Batch Input:

    Object 0070 Condition record

    Method 0000

    Program Name RV14BTCI

    Program Type B Batch Input

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  • Apr 12, 2016 at 05:14 AM

    Hi Netaji

    How it is possible to have so many records for one item. Which condition type you are using in VK11. Usually in migration i used to do with single record but when you used VK13 to display there system will group based on customer or sales area or plant. But while loading it will done record by records only.

    I have also loaded more than 50000 records but i used recording method.

    Let me know which condition type and which access sequence you are using based on that i can check and suggest you.

    Thanks and Regards

    Vijay Mukunthan

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    Apr 18, 2016 at 11:23 AM

    Netaji,

    you can try the SD Pricing IDoc (COND_A04).

    Follow the IDoc segments and descriptions:

    E1KOMG - SD Pricing Condition Key

    E1KONH - SD Pricing Condition Header

    E1KONP - SD Pricing Condition Item

    Regards,

    --JOnAS--

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    • HI Jonas

      For this huge volume of data IDOC will not be the correct solution. System will generate 8 Millions idoc's.

      If you use either direct input or recording method you have the option of splitting the data has 10000, 20000 like and in the session SM35 all the sessions can be executed in parallel. Even you want to schedule IDOC in parallel per hour it will post only 10000 records( I have tested in production system for material master in parallel processing).

      So I dont recommend IDOC method for this case.

      Thanks and Regards

      Vijay Mukunthan