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SAP SD consultant working as SAP testing engineer

Dear experts,

i am working as a sap sd consultant for 2 years , and now got a opportunity work as sap testing engineer ,

and i dont know much about SAP TESTING . so request you guys to help me in learning the basics of SAP TESTING

AS i am going to be a part of project , in that my requirement will be i ll have to write a manual test cases for sd module speacialy for delivery

according to this what 1. what is my role will as a testing guy

2. how should i prepare

3. wat should i study to atleast i can manage the things and learn SAP TESTING as early as possible.

requst you all to help me this.

Thanks .

pavan

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    Posted on May 08, 2014 at 05:46 AM

    Hi Pavan,

    how are you ? It's been quite some time since you have posted nevertheless,Can you please provide the requested info as i am just looking out whether shifting to testing from consulting role a good thing to do .

    As you have migrated yourself from consultant to testing how were the future career prospects in terms of your career as a consultant?

    Is this testing experience be part of consulting experience as well ? or else how should we have to project yourself to the prospective company as a consultant as you have worked as test consultant for quite some time ?

    Please provide the requested info .

    Thank you in advance ,

    samba

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