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Hi,

is there a way to use BAPI_BUS2001_CREATE and BAPI_BUS2054_CREATE_MULTI in LSMW

if it's possible what should i do to make them available in LSMW bapi list.

thanks for your help.

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 09:37 PM

    Hai,

    u can do bapi throught LSMW.

    here is the process first go to LSMW and create the project, subproject and object and press execute.

    now select 1 Maintain Object Attributes

    and press execute.

    here select BAPI radiabutton and fill business object BUS2054

    this , u will get from Tcode BAPI.

    goto BAPI transaction code and select Alphabetical tab on the left side of the screen.

    now select WorkBreakdownStruct in the list.

    now a block apperas on teh right .

    the Object type is nothing but Business object

    now u need to drill down the WorkBreakdownStruct and select the methods there are nothing but thje method field in LSMW.

    after giving these values in LSMW save the screen and come back and proceed the steps present in LSMW .

    we can use BAPI_BUS2001_CREATE and BAPI_BUS2054_CREATE_MULTI in LSMW .

    first u need to know the BussinessObject and

    Method to give in LSMW.

    to know this, we need to check this in BAPI transaction code

    as said above

    reward if helpful

    raam

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      Thanks for your help,

      BAPI_BUS2001_CREATE exists in ProjectDefinitionPI

      BAPI_BUS2054_CREATE_MULTI exists in WBSPI

      But both have not ALE Message type, so i can't find them in LSMW bapi list,

      what can i do to make them available in lsmw ?

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 02:39 PM

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