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Hello Seniors,

I would like to know what are the no. ranges we can offer fir O,S and C

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Yuvraj Thombre

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2010 at 06:34 AM

    HI

    Try this

    First setup the common number range as internal in the table T77IV via sm30

    Create a number range with the alphabet IN under $$$$

    and u can assign the number range 8 digits as you wish to the each object

    O

    S

    C

    use 8 digit like 50010000-50019999,50020000-50029999 like that

    hope i reached

    all the best

    partha

    Keep sharing and learning

    Edited by: Partha Murali on Sep 16, 2010 8:34 AM

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2010 at 06:44 AM

    Hi,

    First, you decide, number assignment is plan version- specific or plan version-independent, in other words, valid for all plan versions. This decision is important since it affects the kind of subgroups (number intervals) you may use. In the standard SAP R/3 system, number assignment is not valid for all plan versions. If you plan to transfer data from plan version to plan version, SAP strongly recommend that you use number assignment valid for all plan versions to avoid objects being overwritten by others with different meanings.

    Check Table T77S0, Switch NUMRG - COMP (Number assignment for all plan versions).

    If you set the switch 'NUMGR COMP' to 'X', you can assign numbers across different plan versions.Otherwise (if you assign numbers separately for each plan version), leave the field Blank.

    Then goto Number Range Assignment. You must assign a unique number to every object.

    For Internal number assignment, enter "IN" in the 'NR' field.

    For External number assignment, enter "EX" in the 'NR' field.

    Check the documentation also. (the First two characters of Subgroup denotes Plan Version & rest are for Object Types)

    Standard settings: The entry $$$$ in the field subgroup represents all number ranges not listed explicitly. You should not delete this entry.

    Check the following Exits (if required)

    User Exits of the enhancement RHIV001:

    EXIT_SAPLRHIN_001: Check number ranges for integration

    EXIT_SAPLRHIV_001: Internal number assignment

    EXIT_SAPLRHIV_002: Check external number assignment

    EXIT_SAPLRHIV_003: Check whether internal number assignment is available

    Regards...

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2010 at 07:25 AM

    Hi Yuv,

    Please visit the SPRO node Number range maintainance.

    Use series 1-1999999999 for O And subsequent series for S( Position ) and C( Job ).

    Select Internal Number range IN as SAP best practice.

    While uploading Org units, Jobs and positions through BDC system will generate the series set by you.

    Regards,

    Prabha

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2010 at 10:00 AM

    Hi Yuvraj,

    small addiition to what our mates shared ,as a best practise it is suggested to assign atleast one number that will not be used to restict user not entering it if you plan to go for either internal/ external number range -like 00000001 to 0000002 for in/ex for example.

    No Worries

    KG

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 06:46 AM

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