How to Transport LSMW Objects?

Lets look how to transport LSMW Objects between clients. LSMW (Legacy System Migration Workbench) is a tool that supports legacy system data migration to SAP systems. Legacy data can be imported, transformed and saved to SAP via iDocs, BAPIs, Batch Data Input (BDC) or as Direct Input. This article discuss ways you can transport LSMW

Create LSMW with BDC Recording Example

LSMW which stands for Legacy System Migration Workbench supports conversion of legacy system data in a orderly and convenient way. Tool allows you to import converted legacy data to SAP. There are several ways you can import legacy data to SAP using LSMW. Below are few common methods used to migrate legacy data to SAP

XML Transformation Example with XSLT_TOOL

With ever changing world of integration one language that has stood the test of time is XML. Due to capabilities of XML and large number of system integration requirments, its impertinent for technical consultants to understand the XML transformation capabilities in SAP.  SAP transformations are used to filter and recognize XML data. SAP transformations can

Find SAP Query Detail from Program Name

SAP queries automatically creates a ABAP program when they are saved and generated. These auto generated programs starts with AQ. If you come across a report transaction with a long program name similar to AQ====****====**** this could be a program generated by a SAP query. Name should be in the following format: First 2 letters of report

Troubleshoot SAP Query Short Dumps after Upgrade – Error When Importing Object

After a upgrade, sometime SAP query programs assigned to transaction codes terminates with runtime errors. Few errors I have come across are, Error when importing object FIELDCAT. The generated program does not exists. The generated program mismatches the query definition. Short dump of the type IMPORT_ALIGNMENT_MISMATCH in program SAPLAQRUNT. Some of the errors like missing program names

Step by Step Example on Events in Table Maintenance

Table maintenance is the standard recommended method which allows contents of SAP tables to be accessed or modified. Standard table maintenance views provide basic read/write functionalists to end user. Users could perform table entry modification functions such as INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE to underline database table data using the table maintenance dialog. Table maintenance views are