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LSMW for positions


I want to create LSMW for positions with relation to organization units and jobs. It is necessary to create two different LSMW's ( organization unit relationship & jobs)? or can we achieve the same using single LSMW? When I was trying to create positions using T code PO13 only organization unit relationship is getting created. Please advise on the same.

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2016 at 10:36 AM

    Try to create LSMW for T-code PP03. Here you can select object type S and Action -Create position.

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      Hi Monali,

      You can use the same transaction PO13 to create position relationships with any OM object. I have already created very similar LSMW objects for PO13 and used the same for creating position relationships with various objects. You just then need to change Related Object Type (for example, 'O' for org units and 'C' for jobs) in the spreadsheet that needs to be loaded and provide any other essential info (plan, position ID, start/end date, relationship type along with relationship (eg A003 - Belongs to) and definitely the related object ID. All the fields need to be correctly mapped. When you create field mapping rules, you shouldn't define SCLAS (Type of Related Object) as a constant though (when you mark the field to be mapped and click on 'Rule'), as then it will be fixed and you can't change it in your spreadsheet when you load the data again using the same LSMW object. 'Transfer (MOVE)' could be used instead, which should correspond to your source fields and column names of your spreadsheet that needs to be loaded.

      If you need to create org unit relationships with any objects, then use PO10 (Maintain org unit) for your LSMW recording.

      You can also use PP01 (Maintain object) for creating any relationship with any object.

      Let me know if that helps and if you have any questions

      Kind regards,


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    Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 01:15 PM

    We can use one LSMW to create all objects no need of more than one LSMW use transaction PP02.



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