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Functional location data uploading.

I am trying to upload functional master data with LSMW. I m getting maintenance Plant at functional location description. I have taken TABNAME and TCODE in the source file. How can I get the right data at right place. ?

Regards,

VM

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 07:18 AM

    Hi VM,

    Check your souces fields mapped correctly in fileds mapping.

    Ramesh

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 08:39 AM

    Hi V M,

    In LSMW source fields you can give any names, but try to give the name as in standard field name. You can get the field name by putting the cursor in the field and press F1, there in technical information you will get the field name for that perticular field like plant tec. Then after defining source field , do the correct mapping of source filed with the standard field,In your case you have to map the "planning plant" in the source field with the field IWERK in the mapping. Only then you will get the right data in the fields. I think its sufficient for that.

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