Step By Step - Easy Guide On LSMW (For Beginners) With Example - Page 8.

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STEP 11: Display Read Data

In the step ‘Display Read Data’, you can display the read data (data was read in the previous step), choosing to show all read data or an interval as shown above.

You can select how many rows you want it to display, or you can simply continue to display all the read content.

STEP 12: Convert Data

In the step ‘Convert Data’, works like the step ‘Read Data’, but uses the conversion program instead of the read program. You can define a range of transactions to be converted, at the end of this range the conversion program stops running.

Note: It is recommended that when you load big amount of data in production, load the first 10 records so that you can check and change when necessary.

You can simply execute this screen in case if the read data is not too large.

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Step By Step Explained in Detail. 
(Import Method - Batch Input Recording)

STEP 1: Create Project / Sub-Project / Object

STEP 2: Maintain Object Attributes: Select Maintain Object Attributes and Execute

STEP 3: Maintain Source Structures

STEP 4: Maintain Source Fields

STEP 5: Maintain Structure Relations

STEP 6: Maintain Field Mapping and Conversion Rules

STEP 7: Maintain Fixed Values, Translations, User Defined Routines

STEP 8: Specify Files

STEP 9: Assign Files

STEP 10: Read Data

STEP 11: Display Read Data

STEP 12: Convert Data

STEP 13: Display Converted Data

STEP 14: Create Batch Input Session

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