Maintaining Number Ranges

You can either call the number range maintenance via the number range object maintenance (transaction code SNRO), or access the application-specific number range maintenance in an application. The dialog depends on the object type (see Number Range Object Types ) and provides all the maintenance screens which are needed to maintain intervals and groups in each case.

If you want to create or delete intervals for commercial objects with groups, you must go via group maintenance (menu item Maintain groups). Position the cursor on the desired group, and choose the function Edit   ®   Maintain intervals. If the desired or required group does not yet exist, you can also create new groups and make assignments on this screen.

The commercial objects without groups can have different numbers of number ranges. The management and use are determined by the associated commercial application. In this case, follow the application-specific prompts.

Intervals For Number Range Object Type 1

Choose the function Maintain intervals. All existing intervals are displayed. You can create new intervals or change existing ones. For information about the use of the intervals, please see the application in question.

Intervals For Number Range Object Type 2 And 3

These commercial objects have groups. If you want to maintain an existing interval, you can call the function Maintain intervals directly. If, on the other hand, you want to delete or create an interval, you must do this in the group maintenance (Maintain groups ®   Maintain intervals). First choose the function Maintain groups. Position the cursor on the group, for which you want to maintain the intervals, and choose the function Maintain intervals.

A group is automatically deleted when you have deleted all its intervals.

Intervals For Number Range Object Type 4

These commercial objects have sub-objects. Enter the desired sub-object for processing, and choose the function Maintain interval.

Intervals For Number Range Object Types 5 And 6

These commercial objects have both sub-objects and groups. The groups are independent of the sub-objects. If you want to process existing intervals, you can directly call the function Maintain intervals independently of the groups. If you want to delete or create an interval, you must do so in the group maintenance. Proceed as described in object types 2 and 3.

Intervals For Number Range Object Types 7 And 8

These commercial objects also have sub-objects and groups. The groups are dependent on the sub-objects. First enter the desired sub-object, and then proceed as for the object type 2 and 3 intervals.

Intervals For Number Range Object Types 9.-.16

These object types correspond to object types 1 - 8, but the intervals are additionally distinguished by until financial year. Proceed as described for the corresponding object types 1 - 8, and maintain the field until financial year additionally.