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Hello,

I am using standard batch input program using LSMW. The program name is : RAALTD01.

I am encountering issues with below error message :

  • Termination of processing ***

Cause:

Company code not set or invalid.

Key of data record which caused termination:

Client = / ,

Company Code= / ,

Asset class = / ,

Old main number = / ,

Old subnumber = / ,

Transaction = / ,

Record type = / .

I guess the error is coming from BALTB structure. I debugged the conversion program and found out that RECTYP id default to B. I guess, i do not need this because i am tranferring all values in BALTD structure.

I tried all possible scenerio by passing company code, old asset no, sub number, Asset class, TCODE and Rectyp as B in BALTB structure but still getting the error. However, i am able to create asset record successfully inspite of this error.

Please advice on how to remove the error.

Any suggestion, why there is a need to use the BALTB structure? I can transfer values using BALTD structure.

Regards,

Abhineet K

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 07:57 PM

    Hello,

    I have done some workaround and played a little bit with LSMW and commented transfer_record in the endof_record__ under BALTB structure.

    Does anybody see any issue with this? The above logic is definately based on conditional logic.

    Your guidance is appreciated.

    Abhineet K

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