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Scenario

You wan to know the currently assigned “Number Range number” to a particular task list type.

Introduction on Number ranges for Task lists in SAP PM :

There are majorly 3 task list types used in PM module such as

A – General task list – External Number range possible ( T-code – OIL4 for defining Internal/External Number range)

T – Functional location task list – External number range NOT possible in standard SAP. ( T-code – OIL5 for defining internal Number range)

E – Equipment task list – External number range NOT possible in standard SAP. ( T-code – OIL0 for defining internal Number range)


( Note : This blog is intended for scenario statement mentioned on top. For more information on Number ranges please refer an excellent document written by Sir Jogeswara Rao.Want to learn about Number Ranges?)

Question :

How will you know NR number assigned to a Task list Type in SAP PM?

Answer :

Option 1 – By going to OIL4/OIL5/OIL0

Lets take an example you want to identify active internal number rage for General Maintenance task list. Go to OIL4 transaction. Here If you click on “NR Status” button, you will see list of all existing Number ranges available for that particular task list type. By looking at NR status column, you can guess which Number range is active currently. But challenge comes in picture when you see more than one Number range is having used numbers in number ranges as shown in following screen.

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Work-around – Go to IA05, create a general task list, if your group number is taken as 100005, you can assume NR number 03 is currently active. If your group number is taken as 49, you can assume NR number 01 is currently active for task list type A.

Option 2 – By following SPRO path for Routings

This is more accurate and less time consuming way to identify the NR number assignment for your task list type. Go to SPRO menu path mentioned below.

Production – Basic Data – Routing – Control Data – Maintain Task List Types and Set SET/GET Parameters

Here if you execute Maintain Task List Types and Set SET/GET Parameters you will be asked to enter a task list type as below. Enter task list type ( example A in our case) & Click  on continue button.

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NR3.PNG

In above picture, you can see that internal NR number 01 is currently active for Task list type A.

Thanks & Regards,

Amol Khairnar.

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