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number ranges in bdc

hi,

how to maintain number ranges . can u describe the purpose of number ranges with example.

i have to upload data from flat file which is having vendor details. but the vendor numbers are to be generated internally(in application server) in the system and at the same time the flat file records related to vendor no's are to be uploaded.

can we go for number ranges for genearating vendor no's internally. so please explain my problem with details. i need tcode for number ranges also.

Thank u in advance

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2006 at 12:54 PM

    Hi

    You can create no range using transaction SNRO.

    You can define the range there.

    regards

    Naresh

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2006 at 12:58 PM

    Hi,

    Go to SNRO and define the number range.

    To define a number range for shipment cost documents:

    1.go to SNRO and select the number range intervals push button.

    2.Specify the number range from 01 0000001000 0000999999

    01 Indicates the internal number range.

    Means system generates the next available number based

    on the interval you specified.

    Use the function <b>NUMBER_GET_NEXT</b> to get the next number in the range

    rgds,

    latheesh

    Message was edited by: Latheesh Kaduthara

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