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QP01 LSMW Quantitative MIC Uploading Problem

Dear Expert,

I have created QP01-Inspection plan LSMW direct method step by step as mentioned in below threads and it really works fine for me for the Header and operation level.But at characteristics level where I am having multiple quantitative MIC's,LSMW is only updating the 1st line item of MIC i.e char no 10.The lsmw is not able to call the 2nd line item of MIC i.e char no 20 automatically even after pressing enter button so many times.Whereas in multiple qualitative MIC line items i.e char no 10 & 20 its working fine.

Kindly share your views for the same.Thanks in advance.

https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/1178822

Regards.

Swapnil Rajane

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  • May 12 at 10:06 PM

    Your post is confusing. You are saying in the beginning that you use direct input method and later you mention that you click buttons ("even after pressing enter button so many times") This does not really fit together. Direct input is not batch input, you wont have buttons to press.

    So kindly clarify, whether you use direct input, batch input or a recording.

    Also add a screenshot of "display converted data" for a first impression.

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    • On first sight I can't see anything wrong.

      On which release you are? There are some OSS notes with bug fixes when I search with the term RCPTRA01 bipmk, eventually the one or other need to be applied in your system.

      You could also try to create a batch input via SE38 report RCPBTCO1 for an existing inspection plan and compare this system created Batch Input with your LSMW created batch input, maybe there is something missing which could be identified through the comparism


  • May 13 at 07:43 AM

    Hi

    Why cant you use standard SAP program BAPI_INSPECTIONPLAN_CREATE?


    Regards

    Raghavendra

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