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Data Conversion: LSMW and CATT

Dear experts

I need to do data conversion for my PP objects , I am planning to use LSMW and CATT .

Does anybody has training material on how to use LSMW and CAT stating all the steps from beginning to end.

Appreciate your help.

Thanks

Gaurav

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2008 at 11:46 PM

    Hi,

    pls refer below link

    /people/hema.rao/blog/2006/09/14/lsmw--step-by-step

    LSMW V/S SCAT

    Regards,

    Sankaran

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2008 at 01:57 AM

    Hi Gaurav,

    LSMW and SCAT has different functionalities and different advantages, but common thing is they are used for data upload.

    SCAT is mainly used as a testing tool for follow-on transactions i.e. Purchase Requisition, Purchase order, Goods Receipt etc.

    Where as LSMW is used for Master data (Materials, Customer, Vendor, BOM, Info record etc) and some of the transactions data (Purchase order, purchase requisition)

    There are many standard objects are available in LSMW so most of the consultants use LSMW, but again depends on the requirement.

    Refer forum before posting question, already many are answered.

    Do mention ur mail id, so that it is possible to pass on the information

    Regards,

    Ram Kumar

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