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lsmw for Course Content and Notes

Hello,

I have a strange issue: I want to perform an LSMW program for filling Course Content and Notes objects (in the creation of a course type, transaction PVD0).

For the moment, I have investigated two directions:

- creating an LSMW with 16 fields for "Course Content" object, because there can be 16 lines max. I find this solution not attractive because it is complicated to fill the input file with so many columns just for Course Content".

- standart program /SAPDMC/SAP_LSMW_IMPORT_TEXTS. But I didn't managed to determine the text key structure. I don't understand why there is no header editor for "Course Content" and "Notes" object of a course, whereas this header editor does exist for object "Notes" of a qualification for instance (my direct input prgm works well on this).

I will reward any helpful answer.

Best regards,

V.B

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 24, 2008 at 04:04 AM

    Hi,

    I am checking this tcode and just want to confirm a few thing.

    1) U r trying to create/maintain master data for business event type (D)?

    2) Can u specify which infotype or relationship u r trying to maintain?

    For object creation/maintenance u can use tcode PP01 or PP02.

    Thanks.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Waz,

      could you check if you still have by any chance your program please? I have very little knowledge of ABAP so I am not able to create one from nothing. But I have already modified ABAP programs so it may help me a lot.

      I'll give reward points if helpful.

      thank you,

      V.B

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 24, 2008 at 01:22 PM

    do not do it through BDC recording.

    Find the BAPI for your purpose

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