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using standard program

hello guys

can you explain me to hoe to use the standard sap program

for example i need to update the work center detail... for that standard program avilable RCRAPDX2....

please let me know i it works................

can we used the bdc in place of standard program...

what is the difference in both the method...

thanks

Manoj

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 04:40 AM

    hi,

    if you use BDC ,you have to do either recording or normal Session or call transaction logic.

    For this you need to know there tcode and screen numbers and screen fields.

    but for standard programs no need to have idea about screens add fields.

    You can directly upload data using Standard programs

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 04:45 AM

    hi ,

    Using a standard program is more robust , as BDC recording can give erratic results during SAP upgrade .

    Prefer using the standard program rather than custom development as it makes work faster .

    Thanks

    Soumyadip

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    • Former Member

      Hello

      Please elobrate the step while using the standard program to upload...

      What are the things need to take care. can you please explain the step for that how to use it...\

      Thanks for your help

      Manish

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 01:33 PM

    USE LSMW to upload WORK Center Data,

    Object 260

    Method 0000

    Program : RCRAPDX2

    this is direct input.

    Thanks

    Seshu

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