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LSMW USING DIRECT INPUT METHOD

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Please help me regarding LSMW using DIRECT INPUT METHOD with example including data file. I have to work on Direct method

Abdul

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  • Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 03:21 PM

    Hi, direct input is merely a report program which takes the data which you uploaded to the application server and directly updates the business object. There are many direct input programs and they are all different. For example, there is one for material master upload. You need to pass certain values to required fields. The required fields are specific to what has been configured in your system, every system is different. Just know that what ever data that the direct input program needs, you will need to supply either from the data file or from appling default values.

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    Rich Heilman

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      well, the structure of the input file could be anything. what matters is how you map your input data into the various batch-input structures of the standard direct/batch input program (i.e. LSMW step 5 - Maintain field mapping and conversion rules).

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 11:01 PM

    Hi Shaik,

    Using direct input method...for example u r loading Material master..

    chk this and use it as ur source structure...only few im giving....give some values n chk it using the std prgm......r send me ur mail id..i can provide u much more...

    TCODE MATNR MBRSH MTART WERKS LGORT BUKRS BWTAR VKORG VTWEG LGNUM LGTYP DISPR PROPR XEIK1 XEIC1 XEIV1 XEIV4 XEIE1 XEID1 XEIA1 XEIL1 XEIP1 XEIS1 XEIF1 XEIQ1 XEIB1 XEIG1 XEIVE MEINS MAKTX MATKL BISMT NORMT BRGEW NTGEW GEWEI VOLUM

    reward if helps

    sony

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