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Migrating Customers along with relationships (CRM) using LSMW
Select a Grouping and a Business Partner number
in that Grouping and the role under which the customers needs to be created.
Enter all the necessary details for business partner that needs to be loaded
from the flat file:
Fig-09: Shows Business partner number, Grouping and Role and other details entered. “External Grouping for loading the Customers and Accounts” has been used.
relationships for the Business partner, as shown in fig-10 if relationships also
need to be mapped from flat file.
Fig-10: Displays three Relationships of BP number 1100.
all the details have been entered save the Business Partner and click on back
icon to go to recording that we created.
on the fields displayed in orange color to change the name and default value of
the fields. And let the other fields remain same whose values need to be
defaulted to existing values.
Displays the first screen of Recording ZRECORDC
Displays the second screen of Recording ZRECORDC
Displays the third screen of Recording ZRECORDC asking details for
once recording is done, this is the first step of LSMW menu where the way or
method of Import needs to be decided. There are generally four choices:
Direct insertion of data through Batch input programs.
In this method a Recording of the transaction needs to be created which is later
run as a Batch input Session.
Here the BAPI takes care of the data conversions and updating any database
table. So the function module is responsible for the import of data into the
Here the data is written into an IDoc and passed to the LSMW to get it imported
into the system.
This Document discusses the import of data through Batch input Recording Method.
Fig-14: Choose the “Batch input recording”
radio button and give the name of the recording that has been done earlier. Then
save the object attributes.
The LSMW system has to have the prior knowledge of what kind of data it is getting from the source that has to be imported into the system. For this reason the following three steps are very important that describe the structure of the files that has to be imported.
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