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Giving TCODE while recording in LSMW

I am absolutely new to ABAP and am from MS background.Can any one please address my question as to how should i choose to supply a TCODE when i create a new recording ? I have given a Recording name and description and hit continue. Now i am supposed to supply a TOCDE,that is where i am puzzled that how do i choose to give the TCODE if i do not know what my flat file data is actually related to.

I would really appreciate your answers..I am working on a demo project.

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2008 at 12:54 AM

    Judging by what you're asking... you need to take a step back.

    If you don't even know what t-code or business object your data relates to, i.e. material, purchase order, customer, vendor, etc... then you aren't even ready for LSMW.

    First figure out what your data is in relation to SAP data, then find out from your business analysts, functionals, what t-code is used to create/change your data.

    After mapping your data to the SAP object, then you should be able to use LSMW.

    The data you are working with, determines the t-code or business object to use in LSMW, not the other way around.

    Who supplied the flat file and what is in it?

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 06:48 AM

    Hi,

    First, Basis Should give a Authority for ur User ID to Execute Tcode : LSMW..

    If then it will be resolved.

    Regards,

    Srinivas M

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