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LSMW Direct Input Custom Program

Hi All,

I have been trying to set up a custom (Z Program) for direct input method for LSMW. So far I have dicovered that it can be achieved by modifing SXDA0-3 tables.

Has anyone achieved this successfully? Any example (even the simplest one) or step by step help would be highly appreciated.

Regards,

~Mark

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2006 at 02:10 AM

    Hi Mark, first, are you trying to develop a custom program to update custom tables via LSMW, or are you trying to develop a custom program to update standard SAP tables.

    The latter may not be a good idea.

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2006 at 06:37 AM

    Hi Mark,

    I think u have already declared the structure in Data dictionary....write the custom program in se38 for this u can make use of recording or use fuction modules or bapi anything as per ur requirement.

    Go to sm30 and in SXDA0 table select any No u desire prefarably starting with 9, giv the name for DX object and short description mention which type like for batch input write B or for Direct input D.

    For SXDA1 table give the same DX object name , sub cat as 0,DX program name as of ur custom progrm name, type as B or D, check for active and for program give the ur prgram name.

    for SXDA2 table supply all the above info with structure name item as per ur requirement.Min no from 1 to max 99999 and check for active.

    for SXDA3 table will maintain the structure relation, if u have more than one structure u need to be maintain a common field.

    I think this helps u to develop a custom program......

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