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SAP NetWeaver_Architecture: First Discussion In The NetWeaver_Architecture Category

Good Afternoon All,

today is a historic day for SAP Architects, today, thanks to the great support of @Benny Schaich-Lebek and Former Member we now

have a NetWeaver_Architecture Category where we can do everything NetWeaver_Architecture related.

There is still a lot of work to do, but this is a big step for Architects.

Thank you all who have helped so far.

Our next task, is to use the Category, if we use it we could get a (Sub) Space, if we don't use it, we could lose it.

Welcome.

For now, do not forget, EVERYTHING you do in here, blogs, documents, discussions, you need to tag everything with NetWeaver_Architecture and if SAP Component Specific, <SAP-AREA>_Architecture, eg BPM_Architecture.

All the best,

Andy.

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  • Posted on Sep 27, 2013 at 01:55 PM

    It's rather a click on the category than a tag....

    Regards,

    Benny

    PS: And i added the category for this message...

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    • Given that netweaver architecture discussions are currently taking place in several spaces, that property of tags is a good thing. It should make it all easier to find. Although because there's no structure to tags and no rules for what tags to apply, that searching doesn't always result in the most helpful of result sets, as you discovered!

      Short of a space or sub-space, I guess a category is the best compromise.

      Steve.

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