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Uploading bulk data dividing on a daily basis.

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I have a scenario, where i have to upload one lac 100,000 records from flat file to SAP using LSMW / CALL TRANSACTION/ SESSION METHOD/BAPI/IDOC, using each individually . How can we upload data of exactly ten thousand records must be updated on a daily basis. on tenth day all the records must be updated . But the program must be executed only once . i.e on first day .

Regards,

Rajan.

Edited by: Thomas Zloch on Jan 18, 2012

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2012 at 08:02 AM

    I have a scenario, where i have to upload 100,000 records from flat file to SAP using LSMW / CALL TRANSACTION/ SESSION METHOD/ BAPI / IDOC individually .

    On a daily basis the created program must automatically upload the first 10000 records on day 1. and next 10000 records on day 2 and so on till 10 days .

    Prerequisites:

    1. Max upload limit is 10000 records per day.

    2. Program must be executed only once.

    3. Which method is good in performance and why?

    4. How to schedule this program in background?

    Regards,

    Rajan.

    Edited by: Rajan.Dexter9 on Jan 19, 2012 9:09 AM

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    • I am still the opinion that it works like I already explained.

      Have you ever developed and executed in LSMW yourself? or this as well theory for you?

      A LSMW execution is by default just a one-time event and not periodical (except you define it to be executed periodically)

      so you read 100000 once

      you convert the 100000 just once

      then you create batch input sessions from for the converted data. and hereyou split the 100000 into 10 BI sessions.

      and these 10 have to be scheduled individually by you, this cannot be done automatically.

  • Posted on Jan 18, 2012 at 03:56 PM

    Is this an actual business case or a theoretical problem? Please describe the context in more detail.

    Thomas

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