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Need Internal Number Range for Physical Sample

Former Member
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Hi,

I have assigned internal number range 01 with physical sample type 01.

But still when I am going to create a physical sample through QPR1 it is taking any alphabet in external number range for example u201CAKJKLu201D if I keep it blank it is generating number within series.

Client requirement is only internal number range.

Thanks & Regards

Sumedha

Edited by: Sumedha Arya Hanspal on Dec 15, 2011 5:38 PM

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Accepted Solutions (1)

Former Member
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hi,

as i said u first u check ur number range interval and if external one is assigned than remove it and assigned ur internal number range key in ur related Physical sample type. than system auto pick up its number range which u have assigned in that key intervals.

Regards

Former Member
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Hi Guru,

I have created my no range and assigned in the material type. Removed the entry with "Ext" check box ticked.

Step 1 -

Sample Management > Define Number Range > Number Ranges for Physical Samples > Change intervals >

Interval series changed for 01 no. range > Removed the entry with "Ext" check box ticked > save.

Step 2 -

Sample Management > Define Physical-Sample Types > select physical sample type 01 > put the no. range no 01 > save

That setting I have already done but still system was taking both internal as well as external no range. What setting I am missing?

Regards

Sumedha

Former Member
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hi,

u need to use User exit .

for this nuber range object

regards

Former Member
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Kindly suggest which user exit to be used to restrict physical samples to generate internal number automatically from the assigned internal number range.

regards

sumedha

Former Member
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EXIT_SAPLQPRS_004

Former Member
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thanks, I will just check with my ABAP and revert to you.

regards

sumedha

Former Member
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OK

regards

Former Member
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Hi,

When system is taking the internal number range, I tried to create physical sample through QPR1 physical sample num is 4000001 but without saving I have closed the transaction.

Still system has allocated that number 4000001 and when I am trying to create again it is giving me next num i.e. 4000002.

I am not getting any history for 4000001.

kindly suggest why is it jumping.

Thanks & Regards

Sumedha

Former Member
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hi,

yes it will be there, system never repeat the no. which is already excuted. in few object and transactions system behave like this in CV01N and in physical sample etc.

Regards

Martin_H
Contributor
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I think the system has to behave like this, otherwise it would run into inconsitencies on the datebase. So I would expect it should behave like this in almost all transactions.

- User 1 has the new sample open, internal number is assigned, counter goes up

- User 2 has another new sample open, int. number assigned as well, counter goes up once more

If User 1 now cancels its sample creation, then this assigned number just "gets lost". The system does not record these "holes" and does not try to fill them later on.

Regards

Martin

Answers (2)

Answers (2)

Former Member
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In customization of Sample number range for Object QPROBEN try to remove the external number range (remove the entry with "Ext" check box ticked) try this in sand box.

Former Member
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hi,

if u assigned external number range than system allows u to enter alpha numeric number , but if u left it as blank than system will take internal automatically.

Goto physical sample type and assigned number range key which u have assigned in number range interval. it may solve ur prblm

regards

Edited by: D GURU on Dec 15, 2011 1:29 PM

Former Member
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Hi,

I have not assigned external number range and left it as blank still system is accepting external number in QPR1.

If I don't put any number in QPR1 it is taking internal number range automatically.

How to restrict external num range. Requirement is only internal num rage automatically.

Regards

sumedha

Martin_H
Contributor
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Can you check if note 133462 is applicable to you?

Regards

Martin