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Change number and rev.level issue

HI I need to know whether the same change number created through cc01 for a material and than revision level assigned such as D to a material; be re used to assign different revision level to the same material.

For eg": material : abc

change numbr : abc

mm02 : used this change number abc and assigned rev level as D .

Now can i re use this abc to assign another revision level to the same material; any provision in cc02 or material master;pls let me know.(except making changes in config.)

regards,

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2012 at 11:00 AM

    Hi Nipurn,

    Any specific business reason why you want to use the same change number for setting up two revision levels for the same material?

    If yes, do you believe that the effectiveness of using ECN is still maintained clearly?

    Can you indicate if you tried this already, and hit any issues/errors?

    If yes, can you share the error/issue details?

    Regards,

    Senthil

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      Hi Nipurn,

      Thanks for the details.

      Glad that the system throws the error asking us to use a different ECN, in this case; which means we have a well-knit process and document control.

      We do not need to dig in further, unless you have a valid business reason for doing so.

      If you ever find a valid reason, you can check if there are any SAP notes and/or raise this to SAP.

      If this clarifies, kindly close the thread.

      For the newer questions on Drawing and Design, please search through SAP documentation and earlier forum threads, and possibly test by yourselves.

      If you observe any issues during your testing or need more clarifications, you may kindly post a new thread.

      Regards,

      Senthil

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