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Number ranges transport -urgent

Hi

When we use copy company code function,as i noticed the number ranges of the

source company code will be will be copied for the target company code.

When i see the number ranges after transporting to QAS all number range status are set to zero for the target company code .when i checked the request it contains NIRV Table entries for the target company code.

Now my question is ,copy company code request contains entries in so many tables including NRIV,If i tranport this request my worry is does it overwrite the

all the PRD number ranges data or just it will updates only the Target company code data.

Thanks

Lily

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 06:27 AM

    Hi,

    It is advisable not to transport your number ranges.

    You can directly create them in PRD.

    Regards

    Aravind

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 06:38 AM

    Hi,

    When you copy a company it copied the number ranges to the target company and put this in the transport for the new company code (not the old one).

    In the situation I used this it was no problem.

    Have a look in your transport and there you can see the key field with the company code for the transport.

    When you are not hapy for 100% make screen prints from the numberranges in PRD before you tranport it. When it's go wrong you change it manual back.

    (Do only transports dor new companies not existing companies)

    Paul

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 06:49 AM

    resolved by myself

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