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ANZSN - What is it?

Former Member
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Hi,

The question I have is a simple one, based on my needs for clarification.

The Field "ANZSN" has the following description: Number of serial numbers.

Does this mean the amount of serial numbers or the serial number itself?

Thanks,

John

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former_member387317
Active Contributor
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its no of serial no...

The field ANZSN just displays The no of serial numbers and not the serail #. The

serial number are stored in SER* tables with delivery number. and the delivery will be assigned to Object number in OBJK tables. so to retrieve we need OBJK and SER* table.

also..

in Item level of Delivery these serial numbers are there

See the table field

LIPS-ANZSN

Hope it helps u..

<b>Reward points if useful.</b>

Thanks & Regars

ilesh 24x7

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Former Member
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Hi John,

Quantity Value from MSEG Table can be divided with Number of serial numbers, so that you will get quantity for each serial number.

Reward points if it helps,

Satish

former_member387317
Active Contributor
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its no of serial no...

The field ANZSN just displays The no of serial numbers and not the serail #. The

serial number are stored in SER* tables with delivery number. and the delivery will be assigned to Object number in OBJK tables. so to retrieve we need OBJK and SER* table.

also..

in Item level of Delivery these serial numbers are there

See the table field

LIPS-ANZSN

Hope it helps u..

<b>Reward points if useful.</b>

Thanks & Regars

ilesh 24x7

Former Member
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John,

Number of Serial Numbers will be maintained in SER03 Table.

Reward points if it helps,

Satish

ferry_lianto
Active Contributor
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Hi,

ANZSN is specifies the number of serial numbers which have been created for a material.

Regards,

Ferry Lianto