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Huge data uploads

I have the requirement to upload customers ,Materials .Each of them have around half a million records. Is there any method or procedure which will considerably reduce the time of run( I am using BAPI ).

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 02:40 PM

    i think no. The best way propably is to use LSMW project with idocs. YOu will easy mainain eventual errors.

    BR, JAcek

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    • Hi!

      BAPI or IDOC - in general they need the same time (no discussion about +/- 10%).

      With IDOC you will get an easy way to create the data in SAP parallel -> best way to get use all resource and reduce total runtime.

      Deactivate change documents and application log. If change documents can't be deactivated by an import parameter, then make an extension in the xxx_document_write function module. This might give you about 20% better performance (depending on the total size of change docs / appl log tables).

      Make a fresh runstat before starting -> all necessary check tables should have a good index access. Also a new version after half the run can help.

      Regards,

      Christian

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 03:19 PM

    You may want to consider turning off change documents.

    Rob

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 03:31 PM

    Hi Sashi,

    Rite now me too working with the same stuff and im using LSMW/direct input methods with AIP so im feeling very much comfortable and easy to upload tons of data...

    for customers its RFBIDE00/0050

    and Materials its RMDATIND/0020

    any more questions plz ask...

    Sony

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