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Error while creating a LSMW

Hi,

I have created a LSMW for updating sales office in the Sales order by using Direct input method.

While specify files;I specified the file saved in the Desktop.While saving I get an error saying 'Logical path is not specified'.

Can anyone tell me why this error occurs and how to rectify this??

Thanks in Advance.

Thanks&Regards,

Sophia Xavier

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  • Posted on Dec 27, 2007 at 10:54 AM

    Hi,

    In the "Specify files" step, you see following 3 nodes: Legacy Data, Read Data & Concerted data.

    Double click on Converted data where you get a popup & you need to mention the logical path & Logical file name. ( Normally LSMW will be the logical path & specify the same path as presentation server path / File.

    If you do not have a logical path - LSMW, create one with tx: FILE.

    Best Regards, Murugesh

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2007 at 02:22 PM

    HI

    Place the cursor on "legacy data" and click on "create" option.

    You will get one screen. There, you have input box called "FILE". By selecting drop box or pressing F4 on that, you will get all folders, files available at ur PC.

    Search for you file, and double click on ur file. Next give all mandatory information in that screen. Finally press ok and save your "specify screens". It can be saved.

    Reward if it is useful.

    Thanks.

    Siva kumar

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