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FBN1 - Accounting document number range in Forms?

Hi,

How can I put the Number Range in Forms ?

Is there any std table which will automatically updates the sequence number of Print?

Requirement is to print the Current Status number on the Form. There is a Standard table NRIV which stores the Number ranges.

I am trying to understand, how this table will be updated on Print also how can I pick the Latest Number Range from here?

Should I pick the latest entry available in this table or will there be any Key field with which I can sort and get the Current Status?

Any explonation which can help me understand the above logic will be appreciated!

Best Regards,

KC

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  • Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 11:36 AM

    Hi

    I am not sure about your question, but the ranges are managed with tcode SNRO. The ID is updated with function module NUMBER_GET_NEXT

    I hope this helps you

    Regards

    Eduardo

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    • Former Member

      Hi Eduardo,

      Wish you a very Happy New Year 😊

      Thanks for your reply!

      My requirement is instead of maintaining the number ranges in Standard Table NRIV,

      they wanted to maintain a Ztable with below fields:

      1)Obj Ex : ABC

      2)From Number : 00001

      3)To Number : 00009

      4)Current Status : 00000

      On number of Print's exceeds given range Ex : 10 Current Status will update with +1 ie....

      1)Obj Ex : ABC

      2)From Number : 00001

      3)To Number : 00009

      4)Current Status : 00001

      If it exceeds again Current Status will become

      4)Current Status : 00002

      How can we update the custom Z table with the above requirement?

      Any Suggestions or help to understand the flow will be appreciated!

      Best Regards,

      KC

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