1) Goto Tcode SNRO
2) select ur concerned OBJECT there.
3) Click on Number Ranges Push Button.
4) then click on Display Interval Button over there.
A number range must be assigned to each document type in the SAP System. Via the document types, you distinguish the postings according to the different business transactions, for example customer payment, vendor credit memo, and so on. To store documents separately according to document types, you must assign a separate number range to each document type, for example to invoices or to credit memos.
In the following activities:
You define your document number ranges.
You can determine which intervals of document number ranges are to be copied from one company code into another.
You can determine which intervals of document number ranges are to be copied from one fiscal year into another.
Define Document Number Ranges
In this IMG activity you create number ranges for documents. For each number range you specify (among other things):
a number interval from which document numbers are selected
the type of number assignment (internal or external)
You assign one or more document types to each number range. The number range becomes effective via the document type specified in document entry and posting.
You can use one number range for several document types. This means you can differentiate documents by document type but combine them again for filing the original documents, provided you store your original documents under the EDP document number.
The type of number assignment is of special importance. For each document type you should check whether a separate number range must be used and which type of number assignment is most appropriate.
One example of a case where external number assignment would be suitable is when you transfer documents into your SAP system from a non-SAP system. The numbers must be unique. The number range is not displayed with external numbers. You must therefore ensure that you do not skip any numbers when entering numbers manually (for organizational reasons).
You should use internal number assignment if the original documents do not have a unique document number. This is the case, for example, with vendor invoices.
Number ranges for documents are company code-dependent. You must therefore create your number ranges for each company code in which the document type is used, namely with the same number range key.
The number intervals must not overlap. If you use year-dependent number ranges, you can specify the same interval with the same key several times for different to- fiscal years (the limit up to which a number range is still valid). If you want to define number ranges which are independent of the to-fiscal year, enter 9999 in the to- fiscal year field.
For sample documents, use a number range with key X2, for recurring entry documents with key X1. These keys may not be used for other number ranges.
Store your original documents (paper documents) under the EDP number of the SAP System. You should write the EDP document number on the original document. In this way, the original document for a business transaction can be found at any time.
1. Determine how document filing is to be carried out in your company codes.
2. Define your number ranges accordingly.
3. Make sure that the number ranges are assigned to the corresponding document types.
Copy to Company Code
In this activity, you can copy intervals of document number ranges from one company code to other company codes. To do this, you have to store the following information:
Intervals which are copied
To fiscal year(s) (validity limit up until which the number range is valid)
Company code from which you copy (source company code)
Company code(s) into which you copy (target company code(s))
Make all necessary specifications for copying the number ranges.
The number ranges are only copied into a target company code if no number ranges exist there within the selected "To fiscal year" interval.
Notes on transporting
The documentation for the step "Define document number ranges" describes how to transport document number ranges.
Copy to Fiscal Year
In this activity, you can determine which intervals of document number ranges are to be copied from one fiscal year into another per company code. To do this, you have to define the following information:
Company code(s) within which you copy
Number range number(s) which are copied
Fiscal year from which you copy (source fiscal year)
Fiscal year into which you copy (target fiscal year)
Make all necessary specifications for copying the fiscal years.
The number ranges are only copied per company code into the target fiscal year if no intervals exist there for this fiscal year.
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