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SM35 - Export Batch Input Logs to External File (local)

I would like to export batch input logs to local files (from transaction SM35), but SAP does not seem to offer this option. This would allow for us to identify all errors by downloading, sorting, and displaying only the errors for which we cannot load data. Otherwise we have to scroll through the output log and identify each error which occurred and the reason for the error. Is there a quicker way to do this?

Thanks,

Matt Potts

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2007 at 02:36 AM

    Hello Matthew,

    I think that this report is exactly what you need: /SAPDMC/SAP_LSMW_BI_ANALYSIS

    Run it from SE38

    Hope that helps you dude!

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2011 at 10:48 AM

    SAP-EXP link is not valid now. You can find the steps in this link instead.

    http://erphelpdesks.com/how-to-export-batch-input-session-log-sap.html

    Hope this help.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2014 at 01:07 PM

    Hellow Matthew,

    you could use tcode sp11. There choose in fields:

    1. "TemSe object name" value BDCLG*

    2. "Creation time" the day in which the batch was executed.

    Then click on "List object" select line (choose by time), aftert it click on button "Contents" You receive logs in list (if list is longer than 100 lines - use button "Number od Lines" set new value, go back and display it again) which you can save do local file from menu: System -> List -> Save -> Local file.

    In third column last 3 signs contains type of message (E - error) and class of message which you could find in tcode se91. In fourth collumn first 3 signs means the lenght of the retrived value, next 3 are the number of message in tcode se91.

    I hope it would be helpful,

    Regards

    Piotr

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2016 at 07:06 AM

    The best way I feel is go to SM35 select which ever tab you want to download.

    Then SM35 -> Session -> Print List -> Export

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  • Posted on Mar 03 at 11:01 AM

    Se38 -> /SAPDMC/SAP_LSMW_BI_ANALYSIS -> select required field (Pernr) for HR --> get list of rejected pernrs.

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