Menupath: IMG-MM-Inventory mgmt and physical Inventory-Number Assignment-Define number assignment for material and

phys inv docs. Tcode-OMBT Define Number Assignment for Material and Phys. Inv. Docs In this step, you maintain the number assignment for the following documents: • • material documents physical inventory documents

The number assignment for these documents is not to be confused with the number assignment for accounting documents which you completed in the step Define number assignment for accounting documents . The number assignment for accounting documents depends on the document type which is allocated to the transaction. The number assignment for material documents and physical inventory documents depends on the transaction/event type which is also allocated to each transaction in Inventory Management. The transaction/event types are divided into groups of number ranges. A number range interval has to be defined for each group. Note You cannot change the transaction/event types. However, you can change the number range intervals or you can allocate transaction/event types to new groups. Caution: Change in the Fiscal Year If, at the time of a fiscal year change, you reset the number range in the new fiscal year, separate number range intervals for the previous year and for the current year must be maintained for one month to allow postings to the prior period. Example: Interval for 1995: 4900000000 to 4999999999 status: 4900451234 Interval for 1996: 4900000000 to 4999999999 status: 4900000000 If only one number range interval exists for both years and you make any postings to the previous period, the system will assign numbers that already exist in the previous year. This would lead to an update termination. Default Settings In the standard system, the transaction/event types and number range intervals are preset for Inventory Management as follows: • Physical inventory documents Number range interval from 0100000000 to 0199999999 This group contains the following transaction/event types: - IB Physical inventory documents - ID Physical inventory documents for counts and differences without reference

WW Subsequent adjustment of active ingredient materials • Inventory sampling numbers Number range interval from 0200000000 to 0299999999 This group contains the transaction/event type SI.WO Subsequent adjustment of subcontract orders . If you want to change any groups. proceed as follows: a) Choose Group -> Maintain.WF Goods receipts for production orders . other goods receipts .WI Material documents for inventory adjustment postings . 10 document numbers are buffered on the application server.WS Goods movements for run schedule headers (PP) o • .WL Goods issues for delivery documents (SD) . Actions • • Check whether you can use the predefined groups and number intervals. no action is required on your part.WE Goods receipts for purchase orders .IN Physical inventory documents for recounts . Recommendation SAP recommends that you accept the settings defined in the standard system. d) Save your settings.WR Goods movements for completion confirmations (PP) .WV Physical inventory documents for difference postings in the WM System • Material documents for goods movements and inventory differences Number range interval from 4900000000 to 4999999999 This group contains the following transaction/event types: .IZ Physical inventory documents for count without reference . gaps in number assignment can occur. In this case. c) Place the cursor on the new group and choose Edit -> Assign element group). Note For performance reasons. transfer postings.. In this way. b) Select the transaction/event type that you want to re-allocate.WQ Goods movements for usage decisions (QM) . .WZ Documents for batch status changes Material documents for goods receipts Number range interval from 5000000000 to 5999999999 This group contains the following transaction/event types: .WH Goods movements for handling units (HU) .WA Goods issues.

c) Enter a text for the number range group. e) Allocate the transaction/event types to the number range groups (see step 2). The number statuses are imported with their values at the time of export. b) Select a group and choose Interval -> Maintain. proceed as follows: a) Choose Group -> Maintain. • If you want to maintain new number range intervals for an existing group. After the import. c) Choose Edit -> Insert year. Note on transport You transport number range objects as follows: Choose Interval -> Transport in the accounting document Number Range screen.• If you want to define new groups. d) Maintain the number interval for this number range group. enter 9999 in the field Year. If you do not want to use the year-related number assignment method. proceed as follows: a) Select Group -> Maintain. only the intervals you export are present. b) Then select Group -> Insert. All intervals for the selected number range object are deleted in the target system first. Dependent tables are not transported or converted. d) Maintain the number interval for the new fiscal year. .

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