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Hi All,

I am new in Direct input.... I know very well BDC and LSMW

1) can u explain me what is direct input method?

2) what is T-code for Direct input

3) I want to use direct input method with LSMW.

4) can u explain me step by step with screen shots.....

5) what does do RFBIBL00 prog and T-code BMVO?

Jigar

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:48 PM

    RFBIBL00 is used to create a BDC session which can post the FI document

    Check my reply in this thread.

    need the format for input file for standard program

    Regards,

    Naimesh Patel

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:49 PM

    Hi Jigar,

    1) Direct input programs are created by SAP to facilitate data uploads in the easy way, but we need to provide the total data(all the fields reuqired by this prg) in order to use these direct input programs.

    2) Direct inputs are programs, so use can see these programs using SE38

    With your example RFBIBL00 direct input, you need to maintain these parameters in first step:

    Object 0100 Financial documents

    Method 0000

    Program Name RFBIBL00

    Program Type D Direct Input

    BMV0 is the t.code to schedule periodic data transfers for this LSMW object, here you can maintain job and see the job logs as of today.

    Hope it will help

    Pavan

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