BDC or Batch Input Program
Tips and Tricks
What is BDC?
Batch Data Communication or BDC is a batch interfacing technique that
SAP developed. It is mainly used for uploading data into the SAP
R/3 system. BDC works by simulating the user input from transactional
screen via an ABAP program.
The data input data file will come in the form of a flat file which
the user save as file type txt file or prn file from the Microsoft Excel
program. An Abaper will create a program to read the text file and
upload into the SAP system.
Normally, the tcode SHDB will be
used to record the transaction code the user used. After, the simulation,
the Abaper can generate a sample program and modify from there. It
makes the programming easier and faster.
Official ABAP Reference
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ABAP Certification Review: SAP ABAP Interview Questions, Answers, and Explanations
About BDC Program
Question on BDC
Download Step by Step: How
to Create BDC Program
Batch Input Program FAQ and Tips
Between Batch Input and Call Transaction in BDC
Between BDC and BAPI
for BDC Program
how Views are dealt in BDC
to Check Views Maintained For A Material Master
number of lines on screen for programming BDC
Execute BDC immediately replacing include BDCRECX1
Example: Using Table Control in BDC
Error Message from BDC
Crash During BDC Update
to get Sales Order No on Status Bar in BDC
Are RSBDCBTC_SUB and RSBDCSUB Use For
Syntax For Submitting BDC Session Jobs
Sample BDC Program in ABAP
program for Purchase Info Records
Agreement Data Uploading
Material Master - Finish Goods
the Pricing Condtion Records for Materials
Loads the Material Assignment of Routings
Loads the Bill of Material
Master Upload Program
Interactive reporting + BDC (RM Creation)
Code Groups Using QS41
Direct Input Method
Is The Use Of Direct Input Method
Old SM35 Batch Input Sessions
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