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LSMW IT 0008

Hi,

I need to create an LSMW object to upload IT0008.

Is it possible to do it if employees have a lot of wage types that exceed the first screen.

Does anyone faced this problem before? how was it solved?

Thanx

Karim

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2006 at 04:16 AM

    Hi Karim,

    It is possible to create as many wage type and amount as needed ,

    Just do one thing take the Batch Input Recording method in that

    use take one record for uploading the IT8 biggest i.e more wage

    types and at time of recording dont use scroll at the time

    recording use standard tool bar down and up sign you can find

    very easily or use page up and page down.

    Manoj Shakya.

    Techno-Fuctional Consultant

    SAP-HR

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2006 at 07:11 PM

    Hi Karim,

    Record your transaction....opening pa30, entering an employee number, dates, plugging in a wage type, then an amount, then saving your entry...Once this process is recorded, you can create a CSV (comma separated) text file that contains your personnel numbers and wage types....you can associate the same person numbers multiple times with respect to different wage types. Then when you run your batch, it will loop at your text file...

    example...lets say you only have 1 employee and 5 differentwage types. Your text file would look something like this:

    001,20060401,99991231,WT001

    001,20060401,99991231,WT002

    001,20060401,99991231,WT003

    001,20060401,99991231,WT004

    001,20060401,99991231,WT005

    it would run you recorded process, grab the first line, process your recording, save the entry for that employee. It would then loop again at the next line, grab the same employee, but the second wage type and dates and process that entry.

    Warren

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2006 at 05:02 PM

    Do you mean can you enter multiple wage types for 1 employee? How about running the lsmw for 1 wagetype, and in the read file specify the wage types for the employee so that it will re-run the script each time....example:

    emp # wt

    0001 1000

    0001 1001

    0001 1002

    0001 1003

    0001 1004

    0002 1000

    0002 1001

    0002 1002

    0002 1003

    0002 1004

    Warren

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2006 at 06:22 PM

    Hi,

    For uploading data into IT0008 it is advisable to use BDC in place of LSMW.

    With Regards,

    Kaustuv Goswami.

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      Ok, But we'll have the same problem when running the Batch, SAp won't scroll down to set the 9th wage type and more.

      However if you believe that is doable with the BDC, please try to send me the instructions or the program used behind.

      Thank you for your availability

      K.R

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2006 at 12:48 PM

    Hi Karim,

    Let us know the problem is solved .

    Manoj Shakya.

    Techno-Fuctional Consultant

    SAP-HR

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 10:12 AM

    Dear Karim,

    As per your question raised in this forum i understood you did upload of intoype 0008 . So could you please send me the code if you did in LSMW or in BDC it would be great help for me.

    regards

    syamla

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