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eyad darra
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hi everybody

please i need help to read the part number

like

if i have this number

AB397A
OR
B9106AA

I need to know what the 1st letter stands for
2nd letter stand for

thenks in advanced for everybody
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Andrew Merritt_2
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Re: hi everybody

Hi Eyad,
I'm pretty sure the part numbers don't work like that; do you have some information that suggests that they do?

You can look up part numbers here - http://partsurfer.hp.com/cgi-bin/spi/main

What is it you are hoping to do by breaking the part numbers down?

Andrew
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: hi everybody

Hi,

according to partsurfer this is

AB397A HP Srvr rx2620 4GB DDR Quad Memory

B9106AA HP-UX 11i v2 Operating Environment (Basic environment - no additional products included)

At least in the past Axxxx stands for enterprise hardware products, Bxxxx software (among others)...

Hope this helps!
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eyad darra
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Re: hi everybody

Thanks for your help

But I need to know the key for the part number.

As it's obvious to everybody every company have a way of creating its part number

What I am looking for is how HP building the part number word.

Pls. open the attachment enclosed to find out what exactly I am looking for in HP server systems.

http://trewwheels.thomasnet.com/image?cid=1843&plpver=1001&prodid=3001077

Pls. I am waiting for your replay



Thanks again in advanced

Eyad Darra
Torsten.
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Re: hi everybody

It doesn't work like this.

Hope this helps!
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Andrew Merritt_2
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Re: hi everybody

Eyad,
What you are talking about is a significant part number, one which is assigned based on what it applies to, and which can to some extent be decoded. Not everybody uses those; HP does not.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Part_number for a discussion of the two types. Significant part numbers tend to be longer. If you look at the HP part numbers, and the number of possible parts, it should be fairly obvious that they just couldn't be significant ones.

Andrew