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Handling multiple recordings in LSMW
By Dhanalakshmi Dhivanand
The readers must be able to create
LSMW and they should be familiar with ABAP report programming.
of this tutorial:
This Blog explains on how to use
Multiple Recordings in LSMW. This is applicable for the transactions which has
multiple access sequences like VK11, TK11, etc. (Pricing Conditions, Freight
LSMW is the SAP provided plug-in, in
which users can upload mass data. If the requirement does not suit the standard
available programs in SAP LSMW, users can create their own recordings for the
transactions through LSMW recording.
Create new Project, Sub Project and
1: Maintain Object Attributes
Execute Maintain Object Attributes
step and create the recording. In this example, let us create Pricing conditions
for the condition type, which has 2 access sequences.
Select Batch Input Recording radio
button and click on the Overview button as shown in the below screenshot.
From the appearing screen, click on
the Create button to start with your recording.
Name the recording and its
Give the entries as below
Press Enter, you will get a pop up,
where you can enter the transaction code.
This Condition type has 2 access
the first radio button and press Enter.
Provide values and click on save in
VK11 transaction for 1st access sequence.
Sample input is given in the below
screen for recording.
When the transaction is saved, Batch
input recording screen appears as shown in the below screenshot.
Click on Default ALL button, you will
get the corresponding FIELD name and description for the recorded parameters.
Recording for the first Key
combination (Radio Button) has been completed
recording for the 2nd access sequence as follows.
The difference between 1st
and 2nd access sequence is the number of fields. In the 2nd
access sequence, Sales Document Type is the difference.
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