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Error in Number Range

Hi;

I am facing a problem while trying to create a new number range ZT, with values 1350T to 1488T, through transaction XDN1. An error message which appear is "Enter interval without overlap". It says that the number range is overlapping with existing range no. P8 - 1000000000 to 1999999999. Now, ZT will be an external no. range and P8 is an internal no. range and also, as you can see, the numbers are not ovelapping. So, I cannot see where the overlap is. I would be very greatfu if anyone can give me any insights into it.

Regards;

Sumanta

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 06:32 AM

    Hi,

    In XDN1, have you gone through the overview screen where you view all the customer number range assignment ?

    Please check it before creating.

    Regards,

    Sadashivan

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 06:44 AM

    Hi,

    I got your problem. It is not because of Number range PB.

    See, the problem is that when you define the number range ZT, there might be a number range already existing which is alphanumeric (May be XX A ZZZZZZZZZZ, which is standard).

    since the ZT number range contains the alphabet T which is overlapped in XX number range, you can not again define the number range whith T.

    Solution could be to delete the XX number range and then define these 2 number ranges i.e. PB and ZT.

    At least you try it. I am sure that it will be done.

    Wish you all the Best

    Regards

    K Khatri

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