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Error in Contract distribution with services

Hi everyone,

We need your help. We are working in an implementation of SRM 7.0 with ECC 6 EhP 4. We are using the new cetral contract.

We have a issue, when we create a central contract with service items and we try to distribute it into ECC we are getting the following message:

"For object SERVICE , number range interval does not exist"

Do you know what is this objetc? Do you know if we are missing something?

Thanks,

Ivá

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2011 at 09:05 AM

    Hi Ivan,

    Are the services locally created or replicated from backend? It may also be the case, the services are replicated from the backend system say, A and now you are trying to distribute the contract with the service to backend systems A and B. Please, check if the backend system B has the number range (ext) for service defined to accomodate the distributed service.

    Thanks and regards,

    Ranjan

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2011 at 07:02 PM

    Are you trying to distribute contract with local services (created locally in SRM)? If the service master is replicated from backend ECC system then contract distribution should work fine for SERVICES. It works fine for us with replicated services from ECC.

    Thanks,

    Jagadish

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