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we have the requirement to replace our existing boms with plant assignment with 'client boms' that have no plant assignment and are valid for all plants. I never did that before and I would be glad if somebody could share his experience if he/she ever did a migration like that.

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 12:26 PM


    You can create Group BOM for the materials required ,in CS01 don't give plant and this will be available in client level.

    Use LSMW to create this and in LSMW don't give plant field.



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    • Dear,

      My suggestion is down load the existing BOMs with the same template (using creating the download program or from tables ) which you are using for the migration program and Migrate as group BOM in this way we can eliminate human errors.

      after creating group BOM you can MAP using CS07 (you can create LSMW or custom program for this)



  • Posted on Jul 20, 2016 at 12:40 PM

    Hi Nicola

    Please try/check with LSMW Standard Batch/Direct Input.

    Object : 0030

    Method : 0001

    Program Name : RCSBI010

    Program Type : B

    To create LSMW with above object, Please go through the below link for the guidance.



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