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Hi,

Right now i am working on LSMW for Room Creation.

TCODE is OORA.

Doing it through recording batch input session.

When we run the batch input session it says " No Batch input data for screen SAPLRHV6 6100".

Regards,

Ramesh K.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 07:46 AM

    These can be possible reasons

    1) There can be some active break points in the program

    2) There are fields for which no data is being passed

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 10:38 AM

    Hi All,

    Try to run the transaciton in All screen mode, see each screen and the screen fields that are required to save the transaction. Work out for which screen it is giving this message.

    For sure you are not passing the required fields values to the screen which came into error.

    Thanks

    Mahen

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 10:44 AM

    such type of errors occur when ur not filling some of the fields in the screen. Mostly, in this screen there might be a field for which no data has been specified, which if specified skips this screen. Check which field needs the data and change ur logic accordingly.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 11:44 PM

    Hey there!

    Sometimes when going through the recording some control windows may appear and break the batch input. This may not be the best answer or the best practice i can give you but it worked out for me when transfering some custom financial documents:

    Run your batch input "in foreground" or "display errors only" and keep the ENTER key pressed in your keyboard, as I say, this may not be the best practice but in my case it worked out and in that time didn't have much time to research and keeping enter pressed was useful to close that kind of windows and move on to the next screen. I was transfering about 2000+ records... so, i left a paperweight on it, went to have a coffee break, when I returned the data was almost loaded. This is so much slower than running your batch in background. Anyway give it a try maybe is the same kind of problem i ran into.

    PS. Just make sure that your load file doesn't have any errors, if so you'll just keep pressing enter to an error and it will keep doing so until you realize =P

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