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LSMW For GL Baqlance upload

Hi All,

I am trying to upload GL balances for period 6,2007 as a test.I am thinking of using FB01 with standard object 100,direct input method program RFBIBL00.I need a lil help on the method,Is it correct? or I need to use some other method like batch input session.Can someone explain me the process for uploading gl balances.Thanks

Regards

Shaun

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 07:16 PM

    Hi there

    Use standard object 0100 to post FI documents

    Standard object

    Object 0100 u2014 Financial documents

    Method 0000

    Program name u2014 RFBIBL00

    Program type u2014 B batch input

    Define two structures and a key field

    Header structure for FI document header

    Detail structure for account line items

    Define key field (Doc_No) for linking header and line items

    Define two input files for the two structures

    Define two structures

    �� Header structure for FI document header

    �� Detail structure for line items

    �� Define key field for linking header and detail structures. Use Document number

    Maintain structure relations

    �� BBKPF u2014 Header

    �� BBSEG u2014 Line items

    �� BGR00 u2014 BI session

    This should help

    REGARDS

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    • Former Member

      Hi Jose,

      The problem is when you select standard object method 0100-RFIFBL00 for uplaoding gl balances, the system defaults to direct input method D, not method B batch input what you are propsing.The program type field is greyed out,can't make any change in it.Do you know how to change this field to B program type.Thanks\

      Regards

      Shaun

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