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update terminated when doing VF01

hello, friends.

we have a situation where Billing type F2 settings were changed (using VOFA). specifically, in field "Assignment" i specified "E" (billing document). supposedly, the billing document number will be used as assignment allocation. there are already billing documents created.

when these settings were done, i started getting error message "express document update terminated". the system says error has something to do with ABAP/4 processor CONVT_NO_NUMBER.

when i execute ST22 or SM13 to look at the problem, it says the system cannot interpret "1111" which is why the update was terminated. here, "1111" is the material number.

i tried switching the settings of F2 back to standard but the errors continue.

why is the system getting the material number as number range?

your help will be greatly appreciated.

many thanks.

jty

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 11:56 AM

    Hi,

    The most probable reasons could be:

    1) Number range clash with other doucment which is having same number. this could be because of changing assigmnment of no. range object which is assigned to other doc types.

    2) Changes in customization for statistical updates

    regards,

    Siddharth

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 12:31 PM

    Hi,

    yes the clash range is the most obvious reason of termination of the t:code VF01.

    Plz check it out.

    regards,

    Siddharth.

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2008 at 02:42 AM

    thanks.

    hope to work with you guys sometime.

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