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Call multiple screens from LSMw

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i want to call multiple screens from lsmw

I need to call a three transaction from LSMW wich are subzequent steps for data entry.

1) first tcode to be called is eprodcust which creates some master data and using this master data and some fields of data creatd i need to call two more tcodes first iq01 to create meter and save then eg31 tcod to feed data.

Please suggest where in lsmw can i give options for suc hscnerio and call of subsequent screens.

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Edited by: Prieti_V on Nov 8, 2011 8:28 PM

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 02:20 AM

    Hi Prieti ,

    if those 3 screens independent of each others ,then you can do it in single shot else you need to break your loadings.

    you can assign 3 diff records to that LSMW->BDC Records>Click Records Icon>Assign all 3 records here.

    or if you have any direct input program for it then use it.

    regards

    Prabhu

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    • Former Member Priti Arora

      Hi Priti ,

      we have few options to handle such cases , to avoid Locked Problems what you can do is

      -->write BDC program within LSMW to create installation ( this will be created within step of 11 Convert Data ).

      -->Based on the above BDC results ,run another BDC within LSMW to create Device.( this will be created within step of 11 Convert Data ).

      -->third BDC records , let SAP do it thru LSMW or can you do it convert data step itself.

      this approch needs lots of codes , so in worst case and if you dont want to break the loadings the follow this.

      *Better to find any BAPI which will do creation of installation ,devices

      regards

      Prabhu

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