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Hi Experts,

i have a doubts regarding TADM BOOKS which i am really unware about there editions,released dates and availability. Currently i am reading netweaver as java 7.3 administration from ADM800 .so i want to how many adm or TADM books are released for a product and how can i get the info about there editions,released dates and availability.

Thanks in advance experts.

Please help me with these little doubts as i am in the learning stage of SAP Basis.

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  • Hi Prashant,

    I've updated the tags on your question. There is a tag for "Training," so I set that as your new primary tag, as that really is what you are asking about, not the technology or "how to," etc. I did leave "Basis Technology" in the secondaries since it training specific to this that you are asking about.

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  • Apr 22 at 03:15 PM


    I believe the official student guides from SAP training courses are only available to students who take the course. Granted, enrolling in this training can be quite expensive, and often is not reasonable for an individual on their own, without support from an employer. I suggest you investigate SAP Learning Hub as an alternative, and/or supplement this with OpenSAP online courses. Beyond this, there are many fine books available from SAP Press on the same topics. If you're seeking certification, of course, there is no substitute for a combination of actual field experience coupled with official SAP training, but you can come close with the three avenues I just mentioned.


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  • Apr 22 at 09:37 AM

    Hi Prashant,

    choose the course you want to study, open then check the books for that course. you can download the index pages of book where you can find all the info.



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