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difference between batch input method and batch input recording in LSMW?

hi,

plz tell me the difference between batch input method and batch input recording in LSMW?

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Ruban

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 04:01 AM

    Hi Ruban,

    The main difference between the two is in lsmw we can view the code status at any time just by coming to prvious steps, but whereas in batch input method unless the recording is finished we cant view the code.

    second diff is tht we need to do lot of coding in batch inptu whereas here in lsmw we need not do much coding and mapping to data.

    third diff is that batch input is both inbound and outbound where as lsmw is only inbound.

    hope u got the differences.....

    Regards,

    sana M...

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 04:58 AM

    hi ruban,

    As we know in LSMW ,there r 4 methods

    Direct Method , Batch Input - Record Method , BAPI Method ,IDOC/ALE

    step-13:create batch input session-Once source data is converted in internal format, you can create a BDC session to process the updates

    step:14-run batch input session-You can execute the BDC session by Run Batch input session. Executing a batch input session is a standard SM35 transaction for managing BDC sessions. Once you have successfully executed the batch input session, the customer master records are updated in the system. You can confirm this by viewing the customer master records (XD03).

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