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LSMW error "Field EINA-TXZ01 is not an input field"

Hello,

I am trying to migrate purchasing info records via the LSMW tool. I've done a recording for batch input, using TCODE ME11 but I run into this error after processing the job:

"Field EINA-TXZ01. is not an input field"

"Field EINA-MATKL. is not an input field"

"Field EINA-SORTL. does not exist in the screen SAPMM06I 010"

"Cursor field EINA-SORTL. does not exist in the screen"

Can someone kindly explain why this comes out as such? I did not encounter any errors during the recording so I'm not sure why there are errors in the fields.

Thanks for your time and patience!

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 01:29 AM

    Hi ,

    i think you already created "GENERAL Data" for that vendor+Material, so you need to skip creating general data if its already exists.

    regards

    Prabhu

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 03:31 AM

    Hi Reese,

    Welcoe to SCN.Check the scree name and field name whether it is mandatory.If there is no need of that then skip.

    Regards,

    Madhu.

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    • Former Member

      Hi all,

      Thanks for your replies. I actually figured out what was wrong. Some info records have already been created and have general data defined so those fields do not come out as blank anymore, therefore the program cannot locate an input area. I guess I have to create recordings/sessions in batches, depending on whether the info record needs to be "extended" or created from scratch.

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