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A New Comer to SAP

I welcome the opinion of people who work with SAP products, on the following topic.

I am thinking of learning the SAP software. I would like to find out where to start from.

I work in Corporate IT for over two decades. I have a lot of experience with many different programming languages, packages, applications, SDLC, etc.

Any suggestions are welcome.

Thanks

Stefanos

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2005 at 01:07 PM

    All depends on what you want to do, are you on the Business Process side or the development side.

    I guess in order for anyone to help you out knowing a more specific goal is going to be necessary there are so many SAP Products and to be honest anyone who says they are an expert in all of them either built all of them or has found some way to clone themselves and then transfer all data from all clones back to themselves.

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      Max has some good points there, I started in the SAP world about 2 years ago maybe 2 and half now - I had a real system in the beginning but I did most of my stuff on the MiniWAS 6.20 system.

      /people/sap.user72/blog/2004/12/08/mini-me-of-was-620-the-saga-continues

      /people/sap.user72/blog/2004/09/06/mini-me-of-webas-620

      I would suggest you take a look at these weblogs they I think we'll get you started on a preview edition at least the 620 I've not played around with the new ABAP preview yet but in the download forum, Software Downloads, they have quite a bit activity with it.

      To start check out the weblogs from Brian McKellar, https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/weblogs.sdn?blog=/pub/u/164.Then [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] check out my other weblog tutorials, /people/sap.user72/blog/2004/09/07/bsp-howto-exploring-bsp-development-and-the-miniwas-620 and https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/weblogs.sdn?blog=/pub/wlg/1435. [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] From there you can jump to the ones from Thomas Jung, https://www.sdn.sap.com/sdn/weblogs.sdn?blog=/pub/u/1918. [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken]

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2005 at 12:14 PM

    Hello Stefanos ,

    I think you should go for ABAP developemnt module.

    ABAP is programming language in which all SAP modules are built.

    check this link

    http://www.sap-press.com/

    you can buy a book on ABAP, and along with these book you get miniSAP CD, which you can install on your PC

    regards

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2005 at 09:36 AM

    Hello Stefanos,

    Another way of learning ABAP and SAP is trying to get into a company (for example, Accenture) which also hires unexperienced workers and offers free initial courses.

    Regards,

    Javier

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