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LSMW - Field GT_Lines-Value(15) does not exist in the screen SAPMKEI2 0200

Hi Gurus,

Running LSMW everything looks good, data read, data converted (receive warning message of above message but no errors). Problem is during step #14 run batch input session. Session completes but when I look at the transaction the data did not populate for three fields. Checked log and the following messages are listed. Please advise how to resolve

Cursor field GT_Lines-Value(16) does not exist in the screen

Field GT_Lines-Value(15) does not exist in the screen SAPMKEI2 0200

Cursor field GT_Lines_Val-value(26) does not exist in the screen

Line items added (document "1007949832")

Thanks,

Annette

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 09:23 PM

    Hello Annette,

    I don't know the program, but I think the program tries to fill the 16th line of a table control, which isn't on the actual screen (i.e. after filling the 15th line, the report has to scroll one page down). You should go to transaction SM35 and run the session in foreground. If the problem is a missing scroll, you should have a look at the OSS (if you use a standard object). If you use your own bdc recording, you have to implement (ABAP Coding in the mapping) a scroll down by your own.

    Best regards

    Stephan

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 04:48 PM

    in you tcode the error fileds are not visible, dont pass the values for the error fileds. in customization these fileds are disabled..

    if you can check manually these fileds are not input fileds...

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 03:57 PM

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