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HELP !!! Beginner to SAP

i am Developer in J2EE i know only that SAP is Database... and nothing more than that. Please help me for :-

1. How to start using SAP ?

2. How can i use it with JAVA ?

3. How to download SAP or wat ever required to develop a simple begineer example application with SAP an JAVA.


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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2006 at 03:06 PM

    Serious trouble? 😊

    SAP is a lot of different products, you could be talking about Netweaver, or the components of netweaver, myERP suite and its components, etc.

    For simplicity sake, Lets assume that you just want to develop some apps to test with. First you need to decide whether you want to use java or ABAP. ABAP is the proprietary SAP business language. If you want to develop apps in java, you will need to have the SAP Web Application Server(java) as well as the Netweaver Development Studio(IDE, like eclipse). If you want to develop in ABAP, then you need the ABAP stack of the WebAS as well as SAPgui. SAPgui is used to connect to the ABAP system.

    Please go to this link, and download the slim edition(java) this will get you started.


    Rich Heilman

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2006 at 04:59 PM


    You can go for either SAP Netweaver or EP or both

    1)Learn these SAP courses from SAP Education centre or their partners

    Check the SAP INDIA Education calendar from here & price is also available

    2) SAP has a Netweaver Developer studio (NWDS)like Eclipse IDE, You can develop, deploy,maintain and admin your application. So JAVA knowledgs is highly required for this.

    3) You can download & install any NW & NWDS from here

    check examples from here


    Jawahar Govindaraj

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