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number ranges for pp


Pl tell me how to create number ranges for different order types , planed orders , task list group when iam creating routing and rate routing(exterinal and internal )

pl tell me step by step



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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 02:16 PM

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 06:18 PM


    In PP , you have mainly Production Order Number rages for particular order type .If you are using Standrad Order Type like PP01 then it will be already in place as internal number ranges in CO82.

    But if you have specific order type which is customised , then do the following

    Goto CO82 ,

    1.Frist you should review in the Overview Screen (Hit the Orview in CO82) wether you have option to create the group as per required number ranges for order type

    2.Hit the Pencil Button of the Group : It will take you "Maintain Number Ranges Group" and Select Group on the top -

    Insert.It will pop up with Inser Group Window .Enter the Text , Enter Number Ranges (From no /To No) and then hot the insert button (+ sign) .You have to create two number ranges group as per your requirement

    3.Now select you order type and hit the Select Eelement (Nip symbol) , select the resepctive group , then Hit Element/Group Tab .Once you follow this steps , you will find your Oredr type assigned to respective number ranges group.

    4.To cross check , you select the number ranges group and hit the Spec button to see the correct number ranges .


    For planned order you can maintain different number ranges through OPPQ

    Revery back if u need any help



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