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Import products into Product catalog - WWM1 ERP E-commerce

Hi guru's,

Is there a standard LSMW or program form SAP to import products (XML file) into Product catalog (wwm1). We have arround 10,000 materials and it is practically hard to enter them manually.

We are implementing SAP ERP E-commerce and are on ECC 6.0.

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Ram

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 03:13 PM

    While lot of effort is put by SAP in a BAPI to read Catalog or Catalog Export programs, there isn't any direct program to automatically load catalog.

    We are out of luck if we don't use the automatic option in Catalog - that is to load catalog as per the hierarchy. If we have to use manual then there are no standard LSMW / programs for TCODE WWM1 to load products in catalog. We have found that the screens don't work well for a BDC type loading and hence we could not use LSMW easily.

    Now, here is the IDOC for [Product Catalog - PRDCAT / PRDCAT01 |https://websmp205.sap-ag.de/sapidb/011000358700002529571998/prdcat01_d.htm] and one for [Product Catalog Item - PRDPOS / PRDPOS01|https://websmp209.sap-ag.de/sapidb/011000358700002529571998/prdpos01_d.htm]. What do these give you? Nothing much really - you can use these as a way of input of your XML catalog data. But you still have to write your own program to load the data.

    In CRM, there are bunch of function modules when used in a coordinated way, can be used to build a loading program.

    Easwar Ram

    http://www.parxlns.com

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