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Doubt rearding bdc

Hi,

I am trying out BDC using session method. I am trying t upload 4 field values from a txt file on desktop to sap.

when I process the session it still calls the screen and asks for the values for vendor creation...why does it not take values directly from the txt file? I tried running it in both foregrund and background In case of background it ends up with incorrect transaction.

I do not understand

1.what the parameteer transaction code in bdc insert means

2.when we say perform [subroutine] using [program name] [screen no]- which is this program and screen number?

The transaction code that I created uses the program SAPfm02k and screen 100.

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2006 at 10:58 PM

    Hi,

    The procedure to create BDC programs:

    Go through each screen by passing the screen number, program name and a flag 'X' for new screen.

    Once you populate your BDC table with the above entries..

    Populate the BDC internal table with the field names and field values in that screen.

    Populate the user command "SY-UCOMM" which you will hit once you are done in populating the fields.

    Now you get into the next screen.. This is how it goes till you save.

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