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Old 21st February 2003, 11:09
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Question Changing of first free number



If I have already a number series with 2 digit first free numbers, what is the implication of changing this to 1 digit numbers in the “Maintain First Free number”?

Has anyone made a similar change before? Appreciate if u can share this. Thanks in advance.
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Old 22nd February 2003, 03:46
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Smile Change digits of first free number or series length?

Dear Zaid,

Do you mean you want to change first free number from 2 digits to 1 digit (like you said in your question) or you want to change the length of series from 2 digits to 1 digit?

DON'T go ahead changing the first free number from 2 digits to 1 digits like you say in your question (say, your first free number now is 88 and you want to change it to 1), because you can end up with 2 orders having exactly the same order number.
But if you want to change the length of series from 2 digits to 1 digits (ie usually you have 110001,120001, 210001, but now you want to have 100001,200001,300001) then go ahead, no problem it's just the numbering style.

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