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## Set up Trip
Number Ranges

###
Recommendation

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Activities

**
Caution**

Other number range assignments are not allowed.
**Additional
note**

Please make sure that the number intervals of the number ranges do not overlap for different personnel areas, since problems can occur if an employee changes personnel area.
### Notes for
transport

Every trip entered is stored in the system under a trip number. Travel Management offers two options for assigning trip numbers:

**internal**number assignment

During internal
number assignment, the system assigns the trip numbers.

**external**number assignment

During external
number assignment, the employees assign the trip numbers.

In this IMG activity, you define the number ranges for trip number assignment for every personnel area and the corresponding number intervals

SAP recommends that you only use internal trip number assignment.

Set up an internal number range for every
personnel area under the number range number **01** (mandatory
allocation) and / or an external number range under the number range number
**02** (mandatory allocation).

Other number range assignments are not allowed.

Please make sure that the number intervals of the number ranges do not overlap for different personnel areas, since problems can occur if an employee changes personnel area.

You transport number range objects as follows:

In the initial screen, choose **
Interval -> Transport**.

Note that all intervals for the selected number range object are deleted in the target system first. After the import, only the intervals you export are present. The number statuses are imported with their values at the time of export.

Dependent tables are not transported or converted.