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Object in LSMW

I have started using LSMW. I find objects 001 (Long Texts) to 0777 (personnel planning). How do I create a new object, say 909 for one of my recording?

Your help is much appreciated. Thanks.

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2004 at 07:30 AM

    What is your recording? If this is a transaction recording you have done in LSMW then you do not need a new object, you can just put the name of the recording in a corresponding field. Object and method of Standard Batch/Direct input are the attributes of some standard SAP program, such as RMDATIND for material master and some other.

    Anyway if you need to create your own direct input object, then you should do it in transaction SXDA. Please, see the details here: http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/7c/631455f72d11d1b8b80060088c41fe/frameset.htm

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 03:53 PM

    Sergei,

    Thank you very much for your response. It is very helpful. Only problem is in the following, where it says Choose "Create a Data Transfer Object". I don't find a place to do this. Please help. As always, Your help is much appreciated.

    Creating customer transfer objects and integrating them in the Data Transfer Workbench

    Return to the Data Transfer Workbench initial screen to integrate recorded customer transfer programs.

    Choose Create a data transfer object.

    Enter a number for the data transfer object that is within the customer namespace (9000 - 9999).

    Also enter a short text, the generated data transfer program and a structure name that is not currently used in the ABAP Dictionary.

    The structure is created in the ABAP Dictionary, where it can be displayed.

    The data transfer object is included in the Data Transfer Workbench

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    • Hi Mani,

      To add your own objects you have to maintain tables SXDA0, SXDA1, SXDA2, SXDA3 via SM30. SXDA0 - list of objects, SXDA1 - object, subobjects and corresponding programs, SXDA2 - list of source structures, SXDA3 - fields of source structures.

      I did it once and was not a full success, and ended up with my own standalone program.

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