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Lock in NRIV

Hi ,

I am facing Issue while posting documents:

Posting document (Dialog):Lock in NRIV and performance problem during document number assignment.

Please help.

Regards,

Yatendra

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2016 at 03:21 PM

    Hi Yatendra,

    Can you share few details to check the issue:

    A) From which transaction you are facing this issue

    B) Is there any error message pop-up - if any what is the message class/ID and number

    C) Screen-shot of the issue

    Depending on the type of posting, can you please check the current status of your number range?

    Thanks,

    Srini

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    • Hi Yatendra,

      Creation of an ISU invoice involves the following-

      (a) Creation of Print document

      (b) Creation of FICA Document

      Now in your scenario, it can happen that for document type FA, either both the document number ranges are not maintained or either any one of them is not maintained.

      Srini has rightly pointed out for resolution steps for the Print Document Number ranges.

      For FICA document number ranges, you need to first go to the following SPRO node to find our the number range interval

      IMG-->Financial Accounting-->Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable-->Basic Functions-->Postings and Documents-->Document-->Maintain Document Assignments-->Document Types-->Maintain Document Types and Assign Number Ranges

      Select FA document type and check for the number range intervals for individual and mass number ranges.

      Take them and check for the number ranges in T.code FPN1.

      If they are not maintained for mass, then you need to maintain them accordingly.

      Hope it helps.

      Thanks,

      Amlan

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