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Update Condition Records uisng VK11 for all possible keys of different conditions

Hello All,

I have to update condition records Using VK11 or BAPI for all the possble combination keys (i mean based on the Condition Type Key Combination will be changed).

What will be the best way to achieve this requiremnt BAPI or Direct Input.... ?

for Direct Input can any one provide me the sample format of the file

thanks for the help on this.

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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 09:51 AM

    Could any one give me smaple file for direct input Program RV14BTCI..

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    • Hi Pratap,

      You can use LSMW with Standard batch input program RV14BTCI,

      You can use XK15 tcode to create the condition records as it can handle any condition
      table and then your souce fields can be as below

      KOTABNR C(003) Condition Table
      KSCHL C(004) Condition type
      VAKEY C(100) Variable key
      KBETR C(014) Condition rate
      KONWA C(003) Rate unit (currency or percentage)
      KPEIN C(004) Condition pricing unit
      DATAB C(008) Validity start date of the condition record
      DATBI C(008) Valid To Date
      MWSK1 C(002) Sales Tax Code
      KMEIN C(003) Unit

      After this do the auto field mapping and pass BKOND1-TCODE = 'XK15', BKOND1-KVEWE = 'A',
      BKOND1-KAPPL = 'V'. in your case.

      Thanks,

      Pawan

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