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Size of the data through LSMW

Hi,

Wht's the maximum size of the data that we can transfer through LSMW.

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Srik

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 06:05 PM

    It may depends on the system configuration... but I once had to load 12000 customer using XD01, the load file was 100+ megs, LSMW managed to read the whole file but when converting the data a timeout error broke the converting process so I split the data into 50 megs files, LSMW had no problem converting that, but as I say, it may vary on system configuration, the complexity of the object (customer master has a lot of tables involved, as vendors, materials, etc), and the hardware on the server...

    hope it helps

    regards Jesus

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 08:12 PM

    Hi Srik,

    How are running the LSMW? Is it on-demand or in the background mode?

    If you are running in the background, specify the file location to your application server and then execute it, then you should not have any issues with the maximum size of data. I have used file size which was close to 2gig. So I think if you place your file in the application server and run the LSMW in background mode, you should never have any issues pertaining to size.

    If you try running it foreground, then you may have time out issues and I think the maximum time would have been set to 15mins i.e. 900sec in any SAP system.

    Thanks,

    Suresh Ganti

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