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Massive Load by using /sapapo/mc96b

Hi forum,

Do you know any bapi, function module or something to do a massive load of MLR profiles?

kind regards


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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 11:54 PM

    Hi Cesar,

    I am sure if there is a BAPI or function module for doing mass upload but you can definitely do this via batch-input (BDC call) that is done by a custom ABAP program.

    Here is an idea for the custom ABAP program:

    1) The user can upload the forecast profiles by specifying a CSV file.

    2) The ABAP program splits the data in the CSV file and then constructs the forecast profiles by calling transaction /SAPAPO/MC96B in batch-mode (BDC call, using the statement CALL TRANSACTION)

    Here are some tables that will also help you out:

    /SAPAPO/DP440G - Master forecast profile table

    /SAPAPO/DP440M - MLR Forecast Profiles

    /SAPAPO/DP440MP - MLR Forecast Profile Item (APO0325)

    /SAPAPO/DP440MV - View of dp440m = MLR Profiles

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    • Former Member

      Hi Emmanuel,

      I have tried to load info by using an ABAP program (Batchinput) but when I insert <b>Independent Variable X</b> (tab MLR Profile), I can not insert more than 8. I could not find any command to simulate a new row for a new entry. That's the reason because I am looking for a bapi or function module. If you know anyone I would be grateful of you!

      kind regards


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