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Importing Contact Persons through DTW

Hi,

I´am trying to import Contact Persons through DTW. These "Contact Persons" belong to Business Partners that already have "Contact Persons". I want to add new contact persons to these Business Partners. The problem that instead of adding those Contact Persons, the DTW is updating the Contact Persons that already exists.

I have two files, Business Partners and Contact Employees. In this first one I´m using two fields (Recordkey and Cardcode). In the second one, Contact Employees, i´m leaving blank the field "linenum". I´m also setting in the third step of the DTW process, the option of "Add all items into Schema if can´t find corresponding item when updating". In the 5 step I choose Update objects"

Thanks in advanced

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 05:34 PM

    Adidane,

    Please have a look at the sample update of Contacts that comes with the DTW located at ...

    ..\Program Files\SAP\Data Transfer Workbench\Templates\Data preparation examples\20. TestCase2_Test Data for Update function\oContacts

    This may help. Also, if you search this forum you can also find assistance.

    Eddy

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    • Aridane,

      Apologies ... I misunderstood what you were asking. If you look at the sample temple for Contacts that are related to Business Partners at ...

      ..\Program Files\SAP\Data Transfer Workbench\Templates\Data preparation examples\20. TestCase2_Test Data for Update function\oBusinessPartners\ContactEmployees.csv

      Here you can see that you have to relate the RecordKey of the ContactEmployee to the RecordKey for the Business Partner. If there are multiple contacts for the same Business Partner, the RecordKey is repeated as in the example and you increment the LineNum for each different Contact.

      HTH,

      Eddy

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