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Uploading Customer Master Extended Address using BAPI method
7: Specify Files
this step we specify the path and different other attributes of the input flat
file which is there in your presentation server of the system.
Create one source file with following properties.
File contents: Select
data for one source structure (table) Radio button.
Select as per the source file
(In my case TAB as already explained)
Check Field names at start of file if 1st row belongs to
the filed names.
Check record end marker radio button.
Check ASCII radio button.
At the end of this step two files will be created in
the application server as shown above.
First file will contain data which read from
Second file will contain data which is the converted
format of read data in LSMW program format.
8: Assign Files
the respective files defined in previous step to the custom source structures
for LSMW object. So that when ever data read from the flat file, Read data sit
in respective fields under the custom source structure
9: Read Data
Data has to be read from the Presentation Server to the Application Server files
for each LSMW objects. When we execute this step data read from the presentation
server and store in respective files which explained in earlier step.
10: Display read data
data read can also be displayed by executing this step.
11: Convert Data
the this step to convert the read data into a format for posting which system
can understand and LSMW program can process
STEP 12: Display converted data
data converted following the above step are store in a respective file in the
application server as mentioned in earlier step can also be displayed by
executing this step.
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