SAP LSMW Made Simple

Use LSMW to automate simple tasks
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (95 ratings)
2,964 students
SAP LSMW Made Simple
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (95 ratings)
2,965 students
Use LSMW to automate simple tasks


  • Some familiarity with SAP GUI
  • Have access to SAP trial system


Follow the instructor as he shows you step-by-step on how to use SAP LSMW. This course assumes you have no prior knowledge working with LSMW. The lectures are organised so as to to follow the actual steps involved and essentially provides the 'how' instead of the 'why'. This is done so as to provide consistency and certainty. The instructor has also made the course short and simple. In line with this, there will not be any lectures on SAP GUI installation nor practice sessions and quizzes. All this is done so that a beginner can quickly use LSMW to automate simple tasks upon completion.

Disclaimer: We are not associated or affiliated with SAP in any way. SAP SE is a German-based European multinational software corporation. For details regarding SAP SE, you may contact them directly.

Who this course is for:

  • First-time LSMW users
  • Comfortable with use of Laptop and/or PC

Course content

2 sections • 16 lectures • 30m total length
  • Introduction
  • Maintain Object Attributes - Step 1
  • Maintain Source Structure - Step 2
  • Maintain Source Fields - Step 3
  • Maintain Structure Relations - Step 4
  • Maintain Field Mapping and Conversion Rules - Step 5
  • Specify Files - Step 6
  • Assign Files - Step 7
  • Read Data - Step 8
  • Display Read Data - Step 9
  • Convert Data - Step 10
  • Display Converted Data - Step 11
  • Create Batch Input Session - Step 12
  • Run Batch Input Session - Step 13
  • Conclusion


IT Professional | Public Speaker
Prem K
  • 3.1 Instructor Rating
  • 233 Reviews
  • 9,690 Students
  • 2 Courses

Prem K is an IT professional who is also SAP Certified. In addition, he also engages in public-speaking. Being a Toastmaster for over a decade, he currently specialises in project and language evaluations.

Prem's combination of public-speaking and IT skills can be used to maximum effect in the training arena. Prem believes that practice makes better. He therefore encourages all his students to always make an attempt to learn something new and not to give up easily.