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how to extend/create new number range interval for CO settlement documents

Hi

We have got system error saying existing system CO number range of 1-1000000 is completely used for settlement documents..We understand that we need to create new number range interval from 1000001.How to create this?

1.Do we need to create new interval from 1000001?

OR

2.Can we exten current number range it self up to 2000000 by changing existing end number?

Which is preferable and why?

Also when I am trying to create new number range interval for our Controlling area throught he below menu path I am having some issue.

Controlling-Internal orders-Actual postings-settlements-maintain number range for settlemetn document-Here

1.I selected groups

2.selected my group

3.selected maintain group

4.When I am trying to add new number range interval it is automatically taking"External number range " Box ticked?But I want to add new number range interval with internal number range assignement.How to do it?

please advise.

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  • Posted on Oct 06, 2009 at 02:28 PM

    Hi,

    As soon as you do not overlap with other intervals, simply extend the existing one. You cannot have two internal-managed intervals in one group.

    Regards,

    Eli

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    • Hi

      Thanks for the quick reply.one more clarification.

      1.In case if I want to create new interval strating say from 1000001,then how to do that?As you said if one group can't have more than one internal number range then how do I do?If create new interval in new group I can't assign my controlling area to new group because it is assigned already to one group and not found in unassigned area?

      Do you mean I can't create one more new number range interval in sa me group?but SAP when contacted suggested to create new number range interval.

      please advise.

  • Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 10:19 AM

    issue resolved.

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