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FILE UPLOADING ERROR in SU01 T.code

Hi friends,

I'm autometed testing for SU01 t.code.I created scrip and testing the script .When i'm uploading file and excute the script it shows following error.

*No batch input data for screen SAPLSUU5 0100*

I've always got the same error.How i resolve the error ,Pls help on this.

Thanks

Ravi

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2009 at 12:04 AM

    Can you brief the problem ??

    wat file you are uploading? and what is the content in that?

    which driver you have used in your script?

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      Hi Venkatesh,

      I am testing SU01 t.code using ECATT.I have used TCD recording.I create script and test the script.I have complted parameterisation.When i'm trying to test the file it shows the follwing log In ecatt.

      No batch input data for screen SAPLSUU5 0100*

      The file have diffrent userids emails firstname lastname.

      how i resolve the error.Pls help on this.I always got same error in diff T.codes also.

      Thanks

      Ravi

  • Posted on Feb 17, 2009 at 05:03 AM

    This could be one of the reason that some of the fields which are mandatory are not defaulted.

    Or the screen sequence might be altered.Run it in foreground mode and debug it. ..then you can find out what you have recorded and what the value as been passed.

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 10:54 AM

    Hi Ravi,

    Please do not use capital letters in your subject line. If you do not know

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