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what is disadvantage with direct input method

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 05:53 AM

    To enhance the batch input procedure, the system offers the direct input technique, especially for transferring large amounts of data. In contrast to batch input, this technique does not create sessions, but stores the data directly. It does not process screens. To enter the data into the corresponding database tables directly, the system calls a number of function modules that execute any necessary checks. In case of errors, the direct input technique provides a restart mechanism. However, to be able to activate the restart mechanism, direct input programs must be executed in the background only. To maintain and start these programs, use program RBMVSHOW or Transaction BMV0. It is better to use BDC method unless data volume is very high, as validations are very critical to data upload in SAP. Examples for direct input programs are:

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