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when i tried to create legacy for batch input in tx CL02, im getting error as "No batch input data for screen SAPLCLMO 0100". I tried recording thrice, im getting the same error. all other fields are working fine. help me out resolving this error.

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2010 at 10:40 AM

    there is no need to do a recording as SAP has developed standard import methods for this activityin LSMW:

    e.g.

    standard batch input

    Object 0140 Class

    Method 0000

    Programmname RCCLBI01

    and IDOC method

    message type CLMAS

    basis type CLFMAS02

    now to the error you receive 'No batch input data for screen SAPLCLMO 0100'

    in SE51 you can enter SAPLCLMO and dynpro 0100 and display the layout.

    you will see that this is the initial screen of transaction CL02.

    did you miss to define the fields? did you miss to do the field mapping and move values to the fields?

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    • Former Member Maruthi Prasad Jayanna

      Maruthi,

      If you successfully processed one record manually (when you performed your recording) then there is no problem with your configuration. The problem lies in your recording, or with your load data.

      Unfortunately, I have never tried to do Class maintenance in LSMW using a recording, so I can't comment further.

      Best Regards,

      DB49

  • Posted on May 13 at 11:29 AM

    The recording must pass twice for screen SAPLCLMO 0100 'but then in the recording you must delete manually in the second pass:

    RMCLM-CLASS

    RMCLM-KLART

    Just leaving the:

    BDC_CURSOR RMCLM-CLASS

    BDC_OKCODE / 00

    As I show in the attached photo.


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