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Secatt doubt

i'm trying to load some data using SECATT for transaction FB01.

i make it work but it ended creating one document for each data i was entering. what i didnt find is how to enter all the data and generate only one document

Does any one know?

Thanks !!!

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2006 at 12:00 PM

    hi

    thru secatt you can't transfer data for multiple trasaction as it is mainly used for initial test data transfers ie,Only one transaction...

    Cheers,

    Abdul Hakim

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2006 at 08:25 PM

    Hello Enrique,

    SECATT primarily used for functional testing purpose. For data upload you can go for SCAT transaction or LSMW or any BAPI, custom programs etc.

    But if you want to do in eCATT, then there is no harm doing. You can give complete set of data in the variants of test data container against your recorded test script. Link the two in the test configuration & exeucte for all the variants at once.

    Here generation of document depends on transaction behavior. Meaning if with the given set of data R/3 generates multiple documents then your recorded script will also do the same. And if the R/3 generates only one doucment then your recorded script will also geneate one document.

    SECATT doesn't change the functionality & behvior of any transaction. So you can think of your resultset as you get in R/3.

    If this answers your query.

    PS If the answer solves your query, plz do reward points to everyone responding.

    Regards

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