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Hi Friends actually i have created LSMW and now i dont know wat to do next?? I have created and uploaded the file now i want toknow wat type of different problems in this LSMW may occur and any other suggestions plzz

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 06:55 AM

    hi,

    LSMW – Step by Step Guide: Legacy System Migration Workbench is an R/3 Based tool for data transfer from legacy to R/3 for one time or periodic transfer.

    Basic technique is Import data from Spreadsheet / Sequential file, convert from source format to target format and import into R/3 database. LSMW not part of standard R/3,

    Advantages of LSMW:

    • Most of the functions are within R/3, hence platform independence.

    • Quality and data consistency due to standard import techniques.

    • Data mapping and conversion rules are reusable across projects.

    • A variety of technical possibilities of data conversion.

    • Generation of the conversion program on the basis of defined rules

    • Interface for data in spreadsheet format.

    • Creation of data migration objects on the basis of recorded transactions.

    • Charge-free for SAP customers and partners.

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