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Most of our consultants may face this problem, while maintaining Number ranges for the series group in SNRO

Example

Define a series Group in Excise (golden client) – Request will get generated

Transport the Request to Testing Client

Run the Transaction SNRO and put the Number range object J_1IDEPINV(example). but in the sub object value you may not find the defined series group.

Solution:

Go to the table J_1ISRGRPS in golden client through se16. select the entries which you want to trasnport select option- table view and then select transport, required data will be stored in the new request. transport the request to testing client. your problem will get resolved

or else you can go to the relevant configuration select the required entries select option table view and then transport

Regards

Maruthi S

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  1. Ravi Jadhav

    I too faced same problem. The best option is to create a separate TR from table for that particular series group.

    Keep it up dude!!

    Regards 😉

    Ravi

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      1. maruthi subbu Post author

        But this is specifically related to Series Group transport, this will be useful whenever they try to do this perticular activity. in common search members may not be able to get this topic. so i mentioned the title.

        Regards

        Maruthi S

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        1. Ashok Kumar Telugu

          Hi, I was talking about the Solution part. You could have shared the process of creating a transport request through SE16N transaction code.. It will help forum members to perform the activity quickly..

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  2. surya prakash

    Very helpful document shared.thanks for sharing 🙂

    Better if you could add the above screen shots with correct format. It was not legible.

    Please paste those screen shot in correct format.

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