In this SAP SD topic, we have explained the step-by-step process to define the number range for the customer account group along with the proper screenshots.
In order to create a number range for the customer master, the number range should be created first and then assigned it back to the customer group. An SAP user can define different number ranges to assign it to different customer account groups in other words a single number range can be assigned to various different customer account groups.
Once the user assigns the number ranges to the customer account group it establishes a link between them. Once the number ranges are assigned to the customer account group, then the account group is eligible to use while creating a customer master.
SAP IMG Path
Financial Accounting → Accounts receivable and Accounts Payable → Customer Accounts → Master Data → Preparations for Creating Customer Master Data → Create Number Ranges for Customer Accounts
How To Define Number Ranges for Customer Account Group?
Please follow the steps below to define number ranges for the customer account group:
Enter t-code FBN1 in the SAP command field and press Enter to execute it.
Now on Edit Interval: Accounting document enter the Company Code for which you want to define the number range
On the next screen, click on the Change Intervals button shown in the image below.
Now on the next screen, click on the Insert Line button.
In the next screen, Enter the below details and click on Insert Interval.
- No. - Enter two-digit alphanumeric for interval number
- From Number – Enter the starting number for the interval
- To Number – Enter the end number for the interval
- NR Status – Enter the current number if needed
- Ext – Select Ext checkbox if needed
Once all the details are entered, click on the Save button to save the new changes made.
Now the status bar shows the message The changes were saved on the bottom of your screen.
You have successfully defined the number range for the customer account group in the SAP system.