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MB51- Missing sequent Doument number range.

Dear All,

Here when I execute transaction MB51,I am un able to get all MIGO (GR) Document in sequential, even though I have maintain input fields for MB51 only posting date from- to, but when I see MIGO documents in MB51few documents are missing. Where can we see those missing documents and why in between number ranges are missing?

Example :

MB51 number range(MIGO) showing like this 500000645 to 500000660 then, 500000667, 68,69, then 75. now i want to see missing number, where can i see and why it's happening like this.

Kindly advice me to get more things on this issue...



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    Posted on Jan 30, 2010 at 08:48 AM

    If an application server is shut down, the numbers that are left in the buffer (that is, that are not yet assigned) are lost. As a result, there are gaps in the number assignment..

    THe same has happened once in our client too.. Please check

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      For Eg..

      Go to SNRo. choose overview.. YOu ll get a list. choose for eg AUFTRAg..THis is for production orders..

      Double click .. you ll see No.Of numbers in the Buffer..It ll be set as 5 ,10 or 20..

      If its 20 ,then 20 numbers will be thr in the bufer for assigning to the orders..

      PLs check if its maintained...

      At the time of server crash or something,This buffer would ve been reset...

      That may be ur problem..

      Please reset the value in the buffer as 10 or 20 and proceed ur GRs etc...

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